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.
We are presented with an opportunity to make virtual spaces more accessible, which means more disabled people will be able to actively be present.
On March 9, the American Anthropological Association hosted a successful #AccessibleAnthChat on Twitter, focusing on the issue of fieldwork accessibility.
We enter 2020 celebrating 30 years of accomplishments and barrier breaking supported by the ADA, while also knowing that there is still much to do to ensure that disabled people may participate in and belong to all aspects of our society.
When I became president of the American Anthropological Association (AAA) in November, several people asked me, “What’s your agenda?”
Reports and resolutions from the 118th American Anthropological Association (AAA) Business Meeting.
“Truth and Responsibility” is a call to reimagine anthropology to meet the demands of the present moment.