Project on Capitol Hill
are pleased to invite you to attend "A New National
Dialogue on Race," an event sponsored by AAA and organized in
conjunction with honorary co-chairs from the Congressional Black
Caucus (CBC). This two-day program (Jan 12-13) will consist of four
panels designed to look at race through the lenses of science,
history and lived experience and will be supported by a display of
key elements of the AAA’s award-winning RACE: Are We So
Different? national touring exhibit, co-developed with the
Science Museum of Minnesota.
AAA Honduras Resolution
our blog to weigh in on the proposed AAA statement in support of
Hondurans resisting military dictatorship. We invite you to add your
own comments about the proposed statement before voting opens on
Resolution Discussion on the Blog >
News January Issue Online
AN, featuring a commentary series on water governance and
management, is now available on the AN webpage and
AnthroSource. AN is currently accepting article proposals
through January 20 for an upcoming issue on the census. Submit your
AN In Focus >
AAA Minority Dissertation Fellowship
AAA invites minority doctoral candidates in anthropology to apply
for a dissertation writing fellowship of $10,000. More information
and a PDF of the application are available through the link below.
The deadline for fellowship applications is February 15, 2010.
Dissertation Fellowship >
in Practice Podcast
about career opportunities outside of academia? Listen to our
ongoing online interview series with applied anthropologists. The
most recent podcast features Ruth Sando's interview with Lee
Cerveny, as she discusses her work as a research social scientist at
the US Forest Service.
Report on Army Human Terrain System
AAA’s Commission on the Engagement of Anthropology with the US
Security and Intelligence Communities released its final report
during the 2009 AAA Annual Meeting.