ASAP at #AAA2014

Anthropology of Energy, Waste and Health Policies At the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, December 3-7, 2014, ASAP invited a roundtable, sponsored 13 sessions, and co-sponsored a distinguished lecture. Papers explored a vast array of issues of life within and between states from migration policies to education, labor, welfare, water quality, food […]

Terms of Climate Debate

Q and A with Shirley Fiske, AAA Global Climate Change Task Force Chair Shirley Fiske chaired the American Anthropological Association’s Global Climate Change Task Force and was lead author of the group’s final report, Changing the Atmosphere: Anthropology and Climate Change, that just came out. Anthropologists are studying climate change, as well as the energy and […]