Presents New Inno-vents for the 2010 Annual Meeting
is pleased to introduce “inno-vents,” a new event category for the
annual meeting. See the meeting website for details. Like panel
proposals, inno-vent proposals are due by 5:00 pm on April 1.
More about Inno-vents and the 2010 Meeting
"Inside the President's Studio"
In this new series, available on the AAA blog,AAA President Virginia
Dominguez interviews anthropologists and those who work closely with
them. This month she interviews Monica Heller, program chair for the
2010 annual meeting in New Orleans. Listen, read and comment on the
the President's Studio >
Launches Public Anthropology Reviews
Anthropologist has launched a new section—Public Anthropology
Reviews—to recognize anthropological work appearing in
nontraditional formats, such as on websites or published by NGOs.
Its debut reviews materials from the US National Park Service,
YouTube, and the US-Mexico Border and Immigration Task Force. Check
out March 2010 American Anthropologist by logging onto
no longer has an affinity card with Bank of America. As of January
1, 2010, we no longer derive royalty payments for any of our
designated programs. Contact Richard Thomas if you have any
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