#AAA2016 Session DATA MANAGEMENT FOR ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE DIGITAL AGE

​ORGANIZE THIS!: DATA MANAGEMENT FOR ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE DIGITAL AGE, PRESERVING OUR EVIDENCE FOR FUTURE DISCOVERY Friday, November 18, 2016 4:00 PM – 5:45 PM Room: Salon D Organizer & Chair: Jerome Crowder – University of Texas Medical Branch Organizer & Chair: Richard Freeman – University of Florida, Gainesville Discussant: Deborah Winslow – National Science Foundation Discussant: Lisa […]

CFP PROPOSED AAA 2016 Panel: “There’s an App for That”: The Anthropological Study of Religious and Religion-Themed Mobile Apps

CALL FOR PAPERS PROPOSED AAA 2016 Panel:  “There’s an App for That”: The Anthropological Study of Religious and Religion-Themed Mobile Apps Abstracts Deadline: April 3rd, 2016 Send to Jacqueline Fewkes (jfewkes@fau.edu) Conference: 115th American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting ‘Evidence, Accident, Discovery’ 16-20 Nov. 2016, Minneapolis, MN, USA Organizer: Jacqueline H. Fewkes (Florida Atlantic University) As […]

CFP UPENN 2017 conference –Reading Eastern Europe Digitally: Promises for the New Millennium | cfp.english.upenn.edu

Check out the Romanian Studies Association of America’s Call for Papers Reading Eastern Europe Digitally: Promises for the New Millennium https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/node/66594 Deadline: March 12, 2016. Contact Email: liguran@ncat.edu Reading Eastern Europe Digitally: Promises for the New Millennium What does the Digital Age hold in store for Eastern European cultures? In an era dominated by the […]

Occulted Relations and Digital Revelations: Freemasonry and Secrecy in the Information Age

Friday, November 20, 2015: 3:15 PM Capital Ballroom 6 (Hyatt Regency) Christopher Neil Butler (Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison) With a visible architectural footprint in virtually any North American town or city, as well as possessing a broad global reach, Freemasonry is often described by members as the world’s largest secret society. However, many Masons have a […]

FIRST ANNUAL AAA VIRTUAL CONFERENCE: FAMILIAR/STRANGE IN THE DIGITAL LANDSCAPE

Thursday, November 19, 2015: 7:45 PM-9:00 PM Centennial D (Hyatt Regency) Anthropology has always been at the forefront of engaging disparate communities and social issues. The digital revolution has expanded this potential reach and capability, but has brought with it new sets of challenges: issues of authenticity, accessibility, and scholarly credibility weigh on researchers looking […]

Living and Dying in the Digital Age

Friday, November 20, 2015: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM Capital Ballroom 3 (Hyatt Regency) Chair:  Margaret Souza (SUNY/Empire State College) 10:15 AM Chronic Illness Management in the Digital Age: Electronic Medical Records and Clinician Autonomy Linda M Hunt (Michigan State University) and Allison Baker (Michigan State University) 10:30 AM Digitizing Cancer Survivorship Care Tara Eaton (Research Consultant/Wayne […]