Don’t forget that the SfAA Elections are scheduled for the Fall. The Nominations and Elections Committee invites your suggestions for candidates for the slate. The following offices will be included in this election:
– President-elect (male candidate)
– Board of Directors, two positions (one female/one male)
– Nominations and Elections Committee, two positions (one female and one/male).
Please contact the members of the Nominations and Elections Committee if you have a suggestion (Peter Brown, David Groenfeldt, Terre Satterfield, Alicia Re Cruz). Or, contact the SfAA Office at(405) 843-5113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheraton Baltimore City Center, March 27 – 31
Call for Papers and Sessions
Meeting Theme Description
This meeting invites advocates, activists, policy makers, scholars and researchers to respond creatively to the 2012 program theme, “Bays, Boundaries and Borders,” with papers, posters, roundtable discussions, sessions or videos on a broad range of issues, problems or topics including those that arise from the interaction of people with their natural or community environments; those that help us better understand or “push beyond” the current boundaries of our knowledge, methods, practices or theories in helping resolve human problems; and those focused… Continue reading
Dear NAPA Friends:
This is just a short note to remind you that our Montreal AAA meetings are really not that far away both temporally and spatially and that we should all think about those sessions and papers we want to present. Carol Hafford is again our Program Chair and she has a reminder note about those invited sessions we want to encourage.
Included in this note is also a call for papers for the 2011 EPIC Conference. Included in this note is also a call for papers for the 2011 EPIC Conference. EPIC has become a wildly successful international… Continue reading
Dear NAPA Members:
There are a few items of interest I want to bring to your immediate attention. The first is about NAPA elections and the second is about the call for papers for the 2011 AAA meetings in Montreal.
The AAA will be holding annual elections in the near future. As the president, president-elect and student rep of NAPA are both at the beginning of their terms, and one member-at-large are continuing, the only officers who are due for election this year are the secretary/column editor and two Governing Council members-at-large.
If you would like to be nominated… Continue reading
The Executive Program Committee and NAPA round table session called Breaching the Boundaries of Anthropology: Circulating Ideas and Creating a Public Discipline: Anthropology at Work in Overlapping Spheres of Design, Education, Public Sector, and Policy.
Chaired by Inga Treitler and Dena Plemmons, Friday Morning 8-9:30 am
Instant mentoring will occur at a NAPA table in the placement center, Grand Ballroom D, 5th floor, Sheraton on Thursday and Friday from 11-4 and on Saturday from 10-2. To sign up, please visit the AAA booth in the Exhibition Hall, Napoleon Ballroom, 3rd floor, Sheraton. Instant mentors will also be available for those who visit the Employer Expo on Friday from 11-4, Grand Ballroom C, 5th floor, Sheraton, or the Grad Student Fair on Saturday from 10-2, Grand Ballroom C, 5th floor, Sheraton.
|Wed., 11/17 12:00 PM||DISCOURSE, ENGAGEMENT, AND ETHNOGRAPHY: TOPICS IN LOCAL AND GLOBAL PRACTICE||Annual Meeting Program Committee, AAA||Session|
|Wed., 11/17 12:00 PM||LEADING CULTURE: ETHNOGRAPHY AND ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION||Kenneth Price||Session|
|Wed., 11/17 12:00 PM||VOLUNTEERISM IN CRISIS: RIGHTS, RITUAL AND REASON||Kenneth Maes, Brown University||Session|
|Wed., 11/17 8:00 PM||APPLYING THEORY THRU DESIGN PROJECTS||Marc Hebert, University of South Florida||Session|
|Wed., 11/17 8:00 PM||DISABILITY CIRCULATIONS: FORUM ON THE EFFECTS OF DISABILITY ON CULTURAL INNOVATION, TECHNOLOGICAL INVENTION, AND SOCIAL PARTICIPATION FOR ALL MEMBERS OF SOCIETIES… Continue reading|
Business Encounters: Fieldwork Conversations Fri 11/19, 1:45-5:30 pm
Balcony N, Fourth Floor, Marriott
This session aims to bring together a broad range of academic and industry professionals to engage in a discussion of what, if anything, makes anthropology special when it comes to fieldwork. There has been much talk over several decades of the role of fieldwork in anthropological knowledge. Should it be long- or short-term, single- or multi-sited, frame- or network-based? No single, satisfactory answer to such questions has been forthcoming because much depends on different kinds of financial, organizational and institutional constraints. At the same time, fieldwork… Continue reading