Our colleague, Thurka Sangaramoorthy at the University of Maryland drew together some resources for exploring issues around the racism that led to the Atlanta tragedy.
March 26th, SfAA session “Embracing Ambiguity and Building Organizational Agency through Alternative Futures”
Friday, March 26 | 6:00 pm – 7:45 pm | 26-21, Live Stream COVID-19, an unexpected catalyst, has challenged the trope of the “fuzzy front
Check out NAPA’s Kerry Fosher’s (MPAAC Ethics subcommittee) new discussion of ethics and anthropological identity in military organizations! Who counts?
Ethical Questions about Who Counts as an “Anthropologist” in Military Organizationsby Kerry Fosher “When I first started working with the U.S. military in 2006, military
Anthropology is a discipline adept at aiding business and technology in reframing, understanding and interpreting the worldwide crisis we are collectively facing-not just as consumers,
NAPA’s “Toolkit of a Good Professional Anthropologist” featured in a new book: Designing an Anthropology Career Professional Development Exercises, Second Edition by Sherylyn H. Briller
AAA is offering three more Career Webinars — all on Thursdays at 1:00 pm EDT. They are free and open to the public but you
Jo Aiken (University College London), Gigi Taylor (Indeed), Cathleen Crain (LTG Associates) Abstract: From the first impression to the follow-up, this webinar covers what you
Discussions of ethics in technology and design have become more mainstream in recent years with the growth in power of digital tech. While companies have
NAPA recently conducted an online interview with Brandon Meyer, the designer of the new NAPA website, and NAPA’s 2019 Volunteer of the Year Awardee for
Anthropology, like many other disciplines, is experiencing growing pains as practicing/professional anthropologists become an ever-larger part of the discipline. In this session, we discuss professional struggles tied to a changing discipline as well as models for creating more room for anthropological diversity, unity, and equity.