The American Anthropological Association’s (AAA) 2018 Annual Meeting in San José is on the horizon, and we couldn’t be more excited for the dynamic and diverse collection of presentations, sessions, and other events we have planned. The theme, Resistance, Resilience, and Adaptation: Change in the Anthropological Imagination, is a timely response to our current global political moment.
Old favorites, new classics At the AAA Annual Meeting last November, the Association for Feminist Anthropology hosted its first ever “Live Annual Review,” a roundtable reflecting on feminist anthropology as a subfield. Bringing scholars together from a range of career stages, the roundtable sought, as the abstract stated, to “engage in collaborative reflections regarding the […]
Former ASA President Paula Ruibel discusses the recent fieldtrip to the National Anthropological Archive in Washington, DC.
With our upcoming annual anthropological gathering in San José this November, Anthropology News will focus on all things Silicon Valley.
The ASA program at last year’s AAA Annual Meeting stimulated old memories and addressed topics of ongoing interest and concern. In a panel that launched a full Thursday of stimulating events, senior anthropologists responded to questions about changes in the discipline.
Why doesn’t every one of us enthusiastically cheer the American Anthropological Association, which is rightfully our imagined community?
Anthropology matters! is a call across the field to unite in our diversity, to embrace difficulty, be vibrant messmates, and promote the relevance of what anthropology is and does. Anthropology is best at describing the past, exploring the present, predicting the future, and navigating the processes of being and becoming human. Emphasizing the relationship between […]