The Mentor File of the Society for the Anthropology of Work is designed to encourage communication among professors, applied anthropologists and students with an interest in the study of work by anthropologists from all areas of the discipline. The SAW Mentor File offers the opportunity for more senior scholars to provide leadership, academic advice, job opportunities and inspiration to undergraduate students, graduate students, and others studying or applying anthropology related to the study of work.
The SAW Mentor File will allow students and colleagues with an interest in the anthropology of work to contact scholars who have experience in this area. The Mentor File will be featured online at the SAW website (TBA), and may be distributed with the Anthropology of Work Review during the coming year. Professors, applied anthropologists, graduate students, and scholars of work in all areas are encouraged to volunteer their information.
If you would like to add your name to the SAW Mentor File, please fill out the form below and return to:
Department of Anthropology
Atlanta, GA 30322
Please include only information that you are comfortable appearing on the SAW website and for distribution in the AWR. Thank You.
Major Influences on Your Professional Life (Professors, Colleagues, Students please be specific):
Subfields of interest within Anthropology:
Interests in the Anthropology of Work:
Regions of specialization and Languages:
Major Publications (for those with extensive vitas, please limit to 3 or 4 publications):
Other Relevant Information (Current research, interests, goals):
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