Resources

Basque region on the border of France and Spain, 2000. ©Seth Murray

Basque region on the border of France and Spain, 2000.
©Seth Murray

HELPFUL LINKS FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS

SAE Column in Anthropology News 

H-SAE BOOK REVIEWS 

European Book Translations

Council for European Studies

Research Network for Post-Socialist Cultural Studies (SOYUZ)

Europeanist Network for Environmental Anthropology

German Studies Network

Anthropology of Italy Network 

Hungarian Research Group

H-SAE

H-SAE Links and Resources

SAE BYLAWS

FOR STUDENTS:

Looking for a graduate program in North America with Strength in the Anthropology of Europe?
DOWNLOAD A LIST OF UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS WITH SAE MEMBERS
(compiled with assistance from Raymond Whitlow, SUNY Buffalo)

Aspiring Europeanists should take these as a starting point, but not an exhaustive list of programs with resources to offer. Europeanists are found across departments in every part of North America, and can be found through a survey of program websites or located through the American Anthropological Association guide. The most effective way to find the right program for you is to locate individual faculty members with whom you have significant research interests in common.

*If you would like to get more involved with SAE, Sign into our listserv on H-NET or contact the Student Representative. Don’t be shy to come out to our events at AAA!
Taking part in a roundtable luncheon or Breakfast, participating in our board meeting, volunteering for service on the publicity committee, or attending the distinguished lecture are great ways to get to know new mentors and peers.

County Westmeath, Ireland. July 2012 Photo taken by Nathan Coben

County Westmeath, Ireland. July 2012
Photo taken by Nathan Coben