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The American Anthropological Association's heartfelt condolences go out to the people of Nepal, India, and Bangladesh in the aftermath of the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that affected more than 6.6 million people and caused widespread damage and destruction throughout the region.
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Election Information
The AAA Spring 2015 elections are now open. This year members will also elect a new AAA President-Elect. Login and vote now.
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Have Your Voice Heard! Renew Your Membership Today
Want to have a say in this year’s AAA election? Membership is required to submit your vote. Have your voice heard by renewing today!
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Breaking News
Congratulations to Dr. Leith Mullings and Dr. Ralph Bolton, who have recently been awarded with prestigious honors for their contributions to humanity.
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AAA/Oxford University Press Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching of Anthropology
Celebrate your favorite anthropology teacher by nominating her or him for the 2015 AAA/Oxford Teaching Award by May 1. Take advantage of the extended deadline to honor an anthropology educator who had an impact on you in the field of anthropology.
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At the Crossroads of Linguistics and Anthropology
Lise Dobrin and Niko Besnier share disciplinary perspectives on language documentation in the latest Anthropology News column from the Society for Linguistic Anthropology.
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