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Berlin Humbolt University Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage

In Berlin this week, today 30 Oct 2019, I went to a presentation at Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage [ https://www.euroethno.hu-berlin.de/de/carmah ].

Posted by Christopher D Freudenberg on October 30, 2019 at 9:00pm

Seeking to form or join a panel on new directions in CBPR

Hello. I am interested in either forming or joining a panel focused on new directions/best practices in community based participatory research. If anyone has any information or interest, please let me know.



Posted by Michael R. Duke on October 9, 2019 at 11:54am

Seeking Abstracts for SfAA 2020 Session: Interdisciplinary Urban Research

Interdisciplinary urban research: Reflections on folding in anthropological perspectives and knowledge into urban agendas 

Interdisciplinary research and collaboration is an emerging trend within the field of applied anthropology. Researchers in this group often position themselves between the voices of marginalized communities and the grant agencies and academic research groups that…


Posted by Colleen Linn on October 8, 2019 at 10:53am

New SfAA Domain and Website

We are very pleased to announce the Society for Applied Anthropology's new website at our new domain -- AppliedAnthro.Org!

The new site is designed to have a much cleaner look with easier navigation. There are “bread crumbs” at the top of each page, and a site map at the bottom of each page, so you should be able to find things much easier. Overall, the new website is more streamlined, and we…

Posted by SfAAadmin on August 8, 2019 at 9:57pm

Expository Essay Example: What is The Secret of Egyptian Civilization

Not many students can boast that they love to write an essay. Despite the fact that this is a difficult task for many, writing an essay is quite an interesting task. Depending on the type, an essay not only teaches to express one's thoughts on paper, to persuade, to describe something, to argue one's position, etc. It is also a good opportunity to expand your horizons by writing on some interesting topic.

I work as a…


Posted by Linda S. Davis on May 16, 2019 at 9:29am


Education Abroad - USF Peru Climate Change

University of South Florida Education Abroad USF Peru Climate Change May 28 - June 25, 2020…Continue

Started by Trish Colvin in SfAA General Discussion Forum Oct 9, 2019.

National call for community-based volunteers: reviewers and associate editors for "Progress in Community Health Partnerships"

National Call for Community-Based Volunteers:Peer Reviewers & Associate EditorsProgress in Community Health Partnerships (PCHP)On April 1, 2018, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine welcomed…Continue

Started by Simon Craddock Lee in SfAA General Discussion Forum Oct 1, 2018.

culture hacking?

A non-anthropologist colleague recently contended that "culture hacking" is "applied anthropology."  She referred me to uses of the term that indicate that it derives from those engaged in software…Continue

Tags: change, cultural, hacking, culture

Started by Stephen C. Maack in SfAA General Discussion Forum Jun 30, 2016.

Applied social science research and historic preservation?

I am looking for kindred spirits -- academics or practitioners who are using some form of social science research (e.g., ethnography, case studies, surveys, grounded theory, participatory research)…Continue

Tags: applied, social, science, practice, landscapes

Started by Jeremy Wells in SfAA General Discussion Forum Sep 30, 2015.




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