Is it necessary or productive to label some science “hard” and some of it “soft”? It is how we deal with ever-present uncertainty that counts.
In 2021, we will continue to grow and improve our accessibility initiatives. The accessibility work we are doing at AAA and as anthropologists continues to spread within and beyond our profession, and there’s lots more to come this year.
The Members’ Programmatic, Advisory, and Advocacy Committee (MPAAC) is off to a flying start with new policy and ethics projects underway.
Last year Anthropology News invited sections to help us highlight some of the outstanding people in our discipline and the exciting, impactful work that they do, whether in scholarly, mentoring, business, public, teaching, or activist contexts.
Committee seeks member input on key topics.
Reflections on art and visual representations of data.
A conversation with Program Chair Mayanthi L. Fernando.
How you can join us in making the fall event series as accessible as possible.
This summer we marked the thirtieth anniversary of the ADA by asking disabled AAA members three questions about the ADA and anthropology.
The pandemic prevented an in-person program, but that didn’t stop our 2020 summer interns from building professional experience and developing valuable skills for the future.