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2022 Annual Meeting

A variety of brown, peach, tan, turquoise, and blue mountain lines overlapping one another next to text: Unsettling Landscapes, 2022 AAA Annual Meeting - Nov. 9-13, Seattle, WA 

The 2022 AAA Annual Meeting theme “Unsettling Landscapes” encourages anthropological discussion of past, present, and future unsettlings of the world. Learn more about this year's theme and plan to join us in Seattle or online this fall. 

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It's time to vote in the 2022 American Anthropological Association election. Make your voice heard and cast your vote by May 31. Candidates are running for seven open positions on the Executive Board, Nominations Committee, and the Members' Programmatic, Advisory, and Advocacy Committee (MPAAC). Additionally, 34 of our 39 sections are also holding elections.

Eligible voters received their voting credentials via email earlier this month. If you have yet to receive your credentials, please check your spam/junk folders. Questions? Reach out to us via our contact form and select “AAA Elections.”    

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