AAA is committed to addressing the entire spectrum of minority issues in anthropology.
|AAA Minority Dissertation Fellowship Program||AAA Statements on "Race"|
|AAA Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology||Request for Minority Members' CVs|
The Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology enjoy lunch with the 2006 Minority Fellow, Shedra Amy Snipes. The University of Delaware helped sponsor the luncheon.
From Left, Kathleen Terry-Sharp, Shedra Amy Snipes, Karen Nakamura, and Michael Winkelman.
From top left, Kathleen Terry-Sharp, Shedra Amy Snipes, Karen Nakamura, Michael Winkelman, Pearl Chan, Carla Guerron-Montero, Desiree Martinez, Patricia Mathews-Salazar, Sonya Atalay, and Kojun Ueno Sunseri.
AAA Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology
The AAA Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology is dedicated to working on three major areas:
Current projects include seeking funding for supporting minority scholarship in anthropology at all levels, developing linkages with minority anthropologists, and assisting in defining anthropology's role in the discourse on cultural diversity. An ongoing activity is the development of a comprehensive database of minority anthropologists, including information on members' expertise on file, which can be made available to departments recruiting faculty or to funding agencies seeking reviewers.
AAA seeks racial/ethnic demographic information about anthropology students, faculty and practitioners. This information is gathered through surveys of academic departments and information solicited from AAA members.
AAA Minority Dissertation Fellowship Program - An invitation to minority doctoral candidates in anthropology.
AAA Statements on "Race"
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