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Raising Our Voices 2020 Section Program Chairs

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What Are Section Program Chairs?

Representatives from each section, known as the Section Program Chairs, will review all submissions for both live-streamed and view-on-demand events directed to their respective section. If you have any questions or have ideas for an event or topic the section should consider for the live-streamed program of Raising Our Voices, please contact the program chair(s) for the section in question.

The American Anthropological Association thanks the Raising Our Voices 2020 Section Program Chairs who will enhance our virtual fall event series through the volunteering of their time.

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Who is the Executive Program Chair?

Mayanthi Fernando is the Raising Our Voices 2020 Executive Program Chair. If you have any questions about the content planned for Raising Our Voices 2020, we encourage you to email Mayanthi at mfernan3@ucsc.edu. The American Anthropological Association also thanks Mayanthi for her time and innovation as we dive into the virtual world with a spirit of experimentation and community.

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List of AAA Sections

  1. American Ethnological Society (AES)

  2. Anthropology & Environment Society (A&E)

  3. Anthropology of Consciousness (AC)

  4. Archaeology Division (AD)

  5. Association for Africanist Anthropology (AfAA)

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  1. Association for Feminist Anthropology (AFA)

  2. Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA)

  3. Association for Queer Anthropology (AQA)

  4. Association for The Anthropology of Policy (ASAP)

  5. Association of Black Anthropologists (ABA)

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  1. Association of Indigenous Anthropologists (AIA)

  2. Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists (ALLA)

  3. Association of Senior Anthropologists (ASA)

  4. Biological Anthropology Section (BAS)

  5. Central States Anthropological Society (CSAS)

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  1. Council for Museum Anthropology (CMA)

  2. Council On Anthropology and Education (CAE)

  3. Culture and Agriculture (C&A)

  4. Evolutionary Anthropology Society (EAS)

  5. General Anthropology Division (GAD)

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  1. Middle East Section (MES)

  2. National Association for The Practice of Anthropology (NAPA)

  3. National Association of Student Anthropologists (NASA)

  4. Society for Anthropological Sciences (SAS)

  5. Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges (SACC)

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  1. Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA)

  2. Society for East Asian Anthropology (SEAA)

  3. Society for Economic Anthropology (SEA)

  4. Society for Humanistic Anthropology (SHA)

  5. Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (SLACA)

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  1. Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA)

  2. Society for Medical Anthropology (SMA)

  3. Society for Psychological Anthropology (SPA)

  4. Society for The Anthropology of Europe (SAE)

  5. Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (SAFN)

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  1. Society for The Anthropology of North America (SANA)

  2. Society for The Anthropology of Religion (SAR)

  3. Society for The Anthropology of Work (SAW)

  4. Society for Urban, National, And Transnational/Global Anthropology (SUNTA)

  5. Society for Visual Anthropology (SVA)

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