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Join AAA and thousands of your friends and colleagues in San Jose, CA, November 14 - 18, to build lasting connections; uncover new career and mentoring opportunities; and explore the latest research across the discipline — all while addressing today’s most pressing issues.
Meeting Details and Logistics:
117th AAA Annual Meeting
Wednesday, November 14 - Sunday, November 18
San Jose Convention Center
San Jose, CA
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Registration is open!
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>> All individuals wishing to participate on the Annual Meeting program must be Annual Meeting registrants AND members of AAA. View eligibility. >>
Change in the Anthropological Imagination is a timely call to action for papers, posters, workshops, roundtables, and other formats that address the themes of resistance, resilience, and adaptation from a wide range of perspectives.
In 2018, there are many important issues and challenges that anthropology is best suited to address. This meeting is a moment to make that point loud and clear.
Dolores Huerta, president and founder of the Dolores Huerta Foundation and co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America will present the opening keynote
Emily Martin, anthropologist of science and gender will deliver the 2018 Distinguished Lecture.
This is the premier event for 6,500 anthropologists from all sectors, providing a unique opportunity for exhibitors and sponsors to network, showcase products / services, and meet potential clients. Make your plans to directly reach key decision-makers and influencers in anthropology from 2,300 organizations across the US and around the world.
AAA is committed to ensuring that our Annual Meeting is inclusive and accessible for all attendees and that we meet and exceed all of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). AAA will make arrangements for sign-language interpreters, sighted guides, and other disability-related access needs and services for meeting registrants.