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WCAA's Spanish Language Web Forum - 'En sus propios términos' (In One's Own Terms)

The first issue of WCAA's Spanish language web forum 'En sus propios términos' (In One's Own Terms) is now available on the WCAA website at http://www.wcaanet.org/publications/propios_terminos.shtml.

Posted by SfAAadmin on October 13, 2016 at 6:55am

Proposed Community-Engaged Archaeology Session

Time, Tension, and Community-engaged Archaeology

Archaeologists who primarily research within their home regions often engage in applied projects to help community partners address research or heritage management needs. In turn archaeologists acquire more archaeological data for themselves or their students, and often find funding for research.  It takes time for community partners and an archaeologist to build trust.  What happens when changes in personnel, funding agencies, or…


Posted by Linda Stine on October 5, 2016 at 2:29pm

IUAES Inter-Congress 2017

The IUAES Inter-Congress 2017 will be held as CASCA/IUAES2017, the…


Posted by SfAAadmin on October 5, 2016 at 6:22am

SfAA 2017 Session CfP: Riddle me DATA: Science, Anthro & the Future/Past of BIG Knowledge

SfAA 2016 CfP

Riddle me DATA: Science, Anthro & the Future/Past of BIG Knowledge

A riddle is a puzzle characterized by veiled, double or multiple meanings. What riddles are posed for anthropologists, the consummate scientific outsiders, by the increasing…


Posted by Bridget Hanna on October 4, 2016 at 3:39pm

Proposed Session for SFAA in New Mexico on Sustaining Anthropological Engagement in Medical Schools.

Anthropologists have been a part of medical school education on and off since the 1950s.  This session outlines the history of anthropology involvement, roles and influences in medical schools.  We explore the various ways in which anthropologists are currently engaged in medical education and the barriers to sustained involvement. Is the current resurgence of anthropology and other social sciences in medicine a sustainable trend?  How can anthropologists continue to have a significant…


Posted by Iveris Martinez on September 26, 2016 at 8:41pm


Countering Xenophobia through Activist Anthropology

 Call for PapersSfAA 2017 March 27-April 1Santa Fe, New Mexico Organizers: Christine Kovic (University Houston, Clear Lake) andKatherine McCaffrey (Montclair State University) Anthropologists who…Continue

Started by Katherine McCaffrey in SfAA 2017 Annual Meeting Discussions Sep 22.

CFP: SfAA 2017 panel on Collaborative Governance/Citizen Engagement and climate change

If you’re interested in submitting an abstract for this panel for the Society for Applied Anthropology meetings (March 28-April 1, 2017 in Santa Fe, NM), please send a 250-word abstract to Nicole…Continue

Started by Nicole Peterson in SfAA 2017 Annual Meeting Discussions Aug 30.

Call for Participation

The Critical Public Health Research Group in the San Francisco Bay Area is currently soliciting student abstracts for a symposium highlighting critical perspectives to pressing public health issues.…Continue

Started by Melissa Cope in SfAA 2017 Annual Meeting Discussions Aug 22.

Culturally Informed Interventions in Type II Diabetes – Organizer – Andrew J. Gordon.

Interventions with diabetes, now a pandemic,  have accentuated  diet, exercise and lowered obesity.   Other issues associated with applied anthropology need be addressed, among them: food preparation…Continue

Started by Melissa Cope in SfAA 2017 Annual Meeting Discussions Aug 9.




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