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Anthropology Live: Online Event Series

Our popular Anthropology Live series is back! This informative series covers everything from career advancement and educational development to academic freedom and newsworthy events from around the world. We’ll be updating this page regularly with new events so make sure to check back often.

Pricing: FREE

Real-Time (CART) Captioning will be available. Additional accommodations may be requested during the webinar registration process. If you have additional access needs or accommodation requests, please contact our Accessibility Manager as soon as possible so we can support you.

Upcoming Events

Navigating Reproduction After Dobbs

Thursday, September 29 at 3 p.m. ET
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The Dobbs decision was shocking if not surprising, particularly in the context of movements to make abortion care accessible elsewhere around the world. In the United States, more than half of states are enforcing or enacting bans and restrictions that are severe and extreme. This is a moment requiring the deeper and broader perspectives of anthropologists working in reproduction. This roundtable features contributors to The Routledge Handbook on Reproduction and Anthropology speaking on how changes in US law and policy are affecting the local communities where they work and the global landscape of reproduction. Drawing from their research, they also discuss sources of insight and inspiration in the continuing struggle for reproductive justice.

Discussants:
Elise Andaya (University at Albany)
Silvia De Zordo (Universitat de Barcelona)
Nessette Falu (University of Texas Austin)
Joanna Mishtal (University of Central Florida)

Co-Moderators:
Sallie Han (State University of New York at Oneonta)
Cecília Tomori (Johns Hopkins U)

 

Coming Soon

Discussion with the creators of The Southeast Chicago Archive and Storytelling Project
Thursday, October 27 at 2 p.m. ET

 

Past Events 

Educational Gag Orders and Anthropology in Higher Education
Thursday, September 15

Educational gag orders -- legislative restrictions on the freedom to learn and teach -- have been passed by state legislatures around the country with alarming speed. These bills targeting higher education, seeking to silence the core anthropological topics of race, gender, and their function in culture and society, are part of a sustained political assault on the part of state legislators. Join us for a presentation from PEN America on the landscape of gag orders and other legislative threats to public education. Following this presentation, you will hear from a panel of anthropologists who can provide perspective on how these issues impact their work. Attendees are encouraged to participate in a Q&A session.  

Discussants:
Jeremy Young (PEN America)
Josiah Heyman (University of Texas at El Paso)
Kathryn Clancy (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
John Gilmore (The University of Memphis) 

The Art of Crafting Archaeology Contributions to American Anthropologist
Thursday, August 25 
Are you an archaeologist interested in publishing your work with AAA? Join Elizabeth Chin, editor of the AAA's flagship journal American Anthropologist, and Charles Cobb, President of the AAA Archaeology Division, for a guided discussion on how to submit archaeology-themed manuscripts to American Anthropologist. The discussion will be followed by a live Q&A.

Presenters:
Elizabeth Chin, Editor-in-Chief, American Anthropologist 
Charles Cobb, President, AAA Archaeology Division 

 



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