The latest print edition of Anthropology News includes section-by-section essays. For ASAP, Judi Pajo and Ted Powers pulled together some thoughts on ASAP’s goals and hopes, mostly from current officers. Take a look and think if we are moving on course or need adjustments.
For those of you who have been following our joint focus with SUNTA on refuge in troubled times, a series of essays has now appeared as an In Focus segment in Anthropology News at:
ASAP and SUNTA are also working on publishing two other sets of essays on maintaining refuge, one as a second In Focus segment in Anthropology News and another as a free-standing print/web publication. Our two sections will also have several sessions on refugees and other migrants at the AAA meeting in DC.
If you are in the field this summer and would like to be a guest editor for our Instagram process, please contact Georgia Hartman at: [email protected]
In Fall, we will begin a series of focus segments on social media, highlighting some of the sessions coming up at the Washington meetings. We will let you know when those begin.
Our next Anthropology News column will be Negar Razavi’s “In the Loop and Off the Record: Power and the Washington Establishment” — an abridged version of last year’s ASAP Best Graduate Paper.
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