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The deadline for applying to the NAPA Occupational Field School in Guatemala is just a few weeks away: February 1.
Please visit the field school website very soon to check it out. Feel free to circulate the information to others whom you feel might be interested. The field school offers excellent experience and is very highly regarded by participants.
The site is at www.napaotguatemala.org.
The NAPA Communications Committee is happy to announce that the AnthroCurrents blog, started by Cathy White and most recently authored energetically by Walter Pond, is set to relaunch under the stewardship of Julia Wignall.
Julia currently works as an anthropologist performing data analysis, ethnography and research at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She finished her Master’s in applied anthropology 3.5 years ago and says she is still “figuring it out.”
Says Julia: “I am excited to contribute to AnthroCurrents since I have the same thing to gain as you, the reader; to learn how anthropologists and the discipline are represented in the… Continue reading
The NAPA short survey to gather feedback and ideas from members will close soon. If you have not already done so, please visit the link below and provide your input. Your answers will help NAPA better serve you and all its members.
All responses will be anonymous and NAPA appreciates your honest feedback.
Kerry Fosher and Fritz Lampe
NAPA Membership Committee
The NAPA-OT Field School in Antigua, Guatemala is now recruiting anthropology, occupational therapy, public health, and students in related disciplines for its four-week summer session: May 29 – June 23, 2017.
The field school offers transdisciplinary learning to promote leadership in social justice through collaboration with Guatemala-based NGOs and other community partners. Graduate students and upper division undergraduate majors in anthropology, occupational therapy, public health or related disciplines are encouraged to apply via our website www.napaotguatemala.org by February 1, 2017. Admissions decisions will be made on a rolling basis.
The field school is a project of the NAPA-OT SIG… Continue reading
NAPA is currently exploring the experiences that members like you have with the association.
To get the most accurate and relevant information possible, NAPA is asking you to fill out a brief, online survey to share your insights. All responses will be anonymous, and NAPA appreciates your honest feedback.
Please take a moment to click the link below and complete the survey, and help NAPA better serve you and all its members.
The survey is designed for current NAPA members, but former members and non-members with an interest in the association may take the survey too. The survey will… Continue reading
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) invites abstracts (sessions, papers and posters) for the Program of the 77th Annual Meeting in Santa Fe, NM, March 28-April 1, 2017. The theme of the Program is “Trails, Traditions, and New Directions.”
The Society is a multi-disciplinary association that focuses on problem definition and resolution. We welcome papers from all disciplines. The deadline for abstract submission is October 15, 2016. For additional information on the theme, abstract size/format, and the meeting, please visit our web page (www.sfaa.net, click on “Annual Meeting”).
For meeting information visit www.sfaa.net/annual-meeting/
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As you may know from previous messages, NAPA’s journal, the Annals of Anthropological Practice (AAP), is undergoing a major refocusing in 2016, shifting from its current single-theme format to an all volunteered submission structure. Through the two issues of volume 40 (2016), the journal will be a “hybrid,” with part of each issue being devoted to a single theme, and the remainder dedicated to volunteered papers. Beginning with volume 41 in 2017, the AAP will be a fully volunteered journal, providing an important new venue for practicing scholars and widening the field of offerings in the AAP.… Continue reading
Log in soon to the AAA website and vote!
On the ballot are the next NAPA president and an at-large Governing Council seat. In addition are several AAA board and committee positions, and whether or not to adopt a resolution to boycott universities in Israel.
Your vote truly matters so do not put off this historic vote!
Nominations Due: May 1 to Anne Kelsey, CoGEA Liaison at email@example.com
The CoGEA Award (formerly known as the Squeaky Wheel Award), sponsored by the AAA Committee on Gender Equity in Anthropology (CoGEA), recognizes individuals whose service to the discipline (inclusive of research, teaching and mentorship) demonstrates the courage to bring to light and investigate practices in anthropology that are potentially sexist and discriminatory based on gender presentation.
Historically, this award has honored those who have acted to raise awareness of women’s contributions to anthropology, worked to identify barriers to full participation by women
in anthropology, or helped to bring about… Continue reading
Citizenship Practices and Cultures of Emigration: Discovering the Nation-State from Abroad
Organizers: Judith Freidenberg, University of Maryland; María Amelia Viteri, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Immigration has become a critical social issue tackled in academic, policy and political discourse. Yet immigration is chronologically and experientially grounded in emigration, both as a stage in the life course and as a cognitive space. While policies of emigration have been contemplated historically (Green & Weil, 2007), the ethnography of emigration is not well developed for the middle class. How do these emigrants connect to the country of birth throughout their life course? And,… Continue reading