SAS in Albuquerque

February 1, 2020

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The Society for Anthropological Science (SAS) is sponsoring several papers, workshops and roundtable discussions at this year’s SfAA annual meeting in Albuquerque.  The sessions include papers on a range of topics such as cooperation, refugee flows, cultural politics, disasters and resilience, religious beliefs, dreams, memes, cultural consonance and dissonance, and more! We are also offering workshops on professional networking and cultural consensus analysis. Workshops require an additional fee.  For the first time at SfAA, SAS is providing a free mentoring event where senior researchers provide individual instruction on a variety of research methods. This was a very popular event at this past year’s AAA meeting in Vancouver. We hope to make it an annual event at both AAA and SfAA annual meetings.  Finally, there will be a roundtable discussion on the ethnographic field school research on sugar cane farming in Belize. For more information on the sessions and workshops, and SAS membership, please refer to the SAS website.  

Ian Skoggard, Ph.D., M.Div. 
Research Anthropologist
Human Relations Area Files
Yale University
755 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT
USA 06511
203-764-9401 x 138
203-764-9404 (FAX)


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