AAA Workshops for Graduate Student SLA and AES Memebrs

August 18, 2012 No Comments Lindsay Bell Uncategorized , ,

Dear Graduate Students, This year, the American Ethnological Society (AES) is sponsoring three faculty-students workshops to provide an intimate environment for discussing issues important to AES graduate students. The Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) has co-sponsored one of these workshops and I invite you to consider participating in what promises to be an excellent conversation. These workshops include: Workshop 1: Unbinding and Rebinding Theories in STS, Social Analysis, and Anthropology Faculty Facilitators: Sherine Hamdy (Brown U) and Stefan Helmreich (MIT) Workshop 2: Publishing in American Ethnologist Faculty Facilitators: Angelique Haugerud (Rutgers U), Catherine Besteman (Colby), and other members of the


October 23, 2011 No Comments Lindsay Bell Prizes, SLA, Uncategorized , ,

The annual meeting in Montreal is less than a month away. Before you fill your dance cards completely, I wanted to let you know about the fine selection of student-focused panels the SLA and other sections have put together in continued attempts to make the large meetings fruitful for every stage of your anthropological trajectory.   On behalf of the executive board, I am pleased to promote the invited panel “NEW VOICES IN ANTHROPOLOGY: THE SOCIETY OF LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY’S GRADUATE STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST” which will take place Saturday, November 19, 2011: 13:45-15:30. In lieu of our traditional single paper prize,