A thematic analysis of Im/migration sessions was developed from the 2019 Portland SfAA meeting abstracts. This report was produced by Amy Carattini at the request of the Immigration TIG and funded by the Immigration Initiative at the SfAA. The following is the executive summary with a weblink to the full report with appendices. Thirteen percent (12.57 %, or 188 of 1496 abstracts) of SfAA 2019 meeting abstract submissions included the term im/migration, and related variants, in their…See More
This TIG will contribute to:1. Serve as a conduit of information for members who share interests in migration research and issues.2. Provide a structure to facilitate communication among SFAA members, the Annual Program Chair and Committee, the Meeting Coordinator, and the SFAA Business office.3. Explore best practices to communicate with non-members in and out of the US regarding the dissemination of migration knowledge produced at the meeting.4. Promote debate on issues related to Migration…See More
Looks like you have a good start to getting members. Can you add cultural resource management or archaeology to your list of areas as they are conspicuous by their absence. There is a divide in our field, unfortunately, but no reason for this network to promote that divide.
Hello Trishi, thank you for adding my name to your list of friends. Pardon me for failing to acknowledge the gesture or establish correspondence with you over this medium earlier. Actually I was not aware of it until lately.
What is the name of your cute son? I hope I willbe able to put a face to my name before long.