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How to Join:
The SAE is a section of the American Anthropological Association. Membership fees for students are only about the price of a bottle of wine!

Stara Planina mountains, Bulgaria. 2011 Photo credit to Kristen Ghodsee

Kristen Ghodsee at the Buzludzha monument, Bulgaria.

One joins the SAE as an option when joining the AAA. This can be done using an online form on the AAA website.

SPREAD THE WORD:
For the past two decades, the SAE research community has offered an important source of intellectual connections to Europeanists scattered across anthropology departments in North America. We share teaching aids, scholarly resources, contacts, opportunities, healthy debates, and a wealth of good humor. As a relatively small section, we can get to know each other well. The generous mentorship of senior colleagues is invaluable, while the chance to learn about fresh research projects in your study area continues to inspire.

Please tell your students and colleagues about our section! Print & post information about our section on your office door, or department billboard.

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Jason James in "Little Thuringia," a park located near the city of Eisenach, where he conducted field research on historic preservation and nationalism from 1996-98 Photo credit to Jason James

Jason James in “Little Thuringia,” a park located near the city of Eisenach, where he conducted field research on historic preservation and nationalism from 1996-98
 Jason James