has a new member database - AnthroGateway.
This new Association Management System provides members with
new opportunities and features you will soon find essential.
Here are just a few you will want to get started on right
-Manage personal information
-Upload a profile photo
-Change your password
-Search for fellow members by interest, institution or
You will also be able to use the AnthroGateway to
renew membership, access AnthroSource, view AAA
Committee/Commission membership (if applicable), go to AAA's
online store and add Section memberships.
you log-in please take a moment to ensure your personal
information is up-to-date. This will allow your colleagues to
easily find you to connect and collaborate. To access your
and click on the My Information tab on the left side
of the page.
user instructions are available here.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, contact us.
AN Features Place
March Anthropology News is in print and features a
thematic series on place. Thematic content is available online
through March at AN's Current
Featured News Page and the full issue will soon be
available on AnthroSource.
Leadership Mentoring Award Program
American Anthropological Association is pleased to announce
the annual AAA Leadership Mentoring Award Program. The purpose
of this mentorship/award program is to provide a unique
opportunity for anthropologists early in their careers to
learn about leadership opportunities and encourage future
leadership in the association. Anthropologist three to five
years beyond completion of their terminal graduate degree are
encouraged to apply. The deadline for receipt of materials
is March 15, 2011. Please visit
our website for more information.
Proposals on Memorials and Memorialization Due March 25
with the 10th anniversary of 9/11, AN seeks proposals
for essays that consider the range of ways the death of
individuals and groups are and have been commemorated, in
addition to how events are memorialized. AN
encourages essays to explore this in terms of research,
fieldwork, collaborative projects, exhibits, teaching and
more. Guidelines are
available online. Proposals are due March 25 to Amy Goldenberg.
Call for Papers
miss your opportunity to participate in the 110th AAA
Annual Meeting. This year's theme is Traces, Tidemarks and
Legacies. The call for volunteered papers opened March 1. Submit
your paper, poster, session or inno-vent proposals. We hope to
see you in Montreal this November 16-20, 2011.
You Have A Skeleton That Needs Investigation?
fall the National
Geographic Channel is set to launch the new series -
History Cold Case. Based on a critically acclaimed
BBC TV show, History Cold Case will follow a team of
forensic anthropologists and scientists as each episode
they uncover the secrets of a mysterious skeleton
uncovered during an archaeological dig or discovered in the
dusty archives of a museum. History Cold Case would
like to hear from you or your colleagues if you feel you have
a skeleton that needs investigation. Think you might have a
skeleton in need? Click
here for details.
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