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A fully searchable reference of anthropologists within universities, colleges, museums, non-profits, government agencies, and businesses. The online version of the AnthroGuide allows you to search for organizations by name, location, degrees offered, available internships, field schools, and more.

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    The American Anthropological Association invites you to nominate your mentors, colleagues, and students or self for 13 Association awards: Conrad M. Arensberg Award, Franz Boas Award for Exemplary Service to Anthropology, SfAA/AAA Margaret Mead Award, AAA Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching of Anthropology, Gender Equity Award, David M. Schneider Award, Anthropology in Media Award, Dissertation Fellowship for Historically Underrepresented Persons in Anthropology, AAA Engaged Anthropology Award, Palestine-Israel Fellowship Fund for Travel, Carole H. Browner Latin American Studies Fellowship Fund for Travel, Solon T. Kimball Award for Public and Applied Anthropology. For questions or assistance, please contact Katie Patschke, kpatschke@americananthro.org. https://www.americananthro.org/awards
    The American Anthropological Association invites you to nominate your mentors, colleagues, and students or self for 13 Association awards: Conrad M. Arensberg Award, Franz Boas Award for Exemplary Service to Anthropology, SfAA/AAA Margaret Mead Award, AAA Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching of Anthropology, Gender Equity Award, David M. Schneider Award, Anthropology in Media Award, Dissertation Fellowship for Historically Underrepresented Persons in Anthropology, AAA Engaged Anthropology Award, Palestine-Israel Fellowship Fund for Travel, Carole H. Browner Latin American Studies Fellowship Fund for Travel, Solon T. Kimball Award for Public and Applied Anthropology. For questions or assistance, please contact Katie Patschke, kpatschke@americananthro.org. https://www.americananthro.org/awards
    PostedThursday, February 11, 2021 at 4:33 PM
    It’s award season at the AAA. The American Anthropological Association invites applications for the Robert B. Textor and Family Prize for Excellence in Anticipatory Anthropology award. Consider supporting your colleagues and students by nominating them for a AAA award. You can also self-nominate. Applications for the Robert B. Textor and Family Prize for Excellence in Anticipatory Anthropology are due March 5, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. EST. Please make sure to review the eligibility requirements and rules for the award. For questions or assistance, please contact Katie Patschke, kpatschke@americananthro.org. http://bit.ly/3tRkG0c
    It’s award season at the AAA. The American Anthropological Association invites applications for the Robert B. Textor and Family Prize for Excellence in Anticipatory Anthropology award. Consider supporting your colleagues and students by nominating them for a AAA award. You can also self-nominate. Applications for the Robert B. Textor and Family Prize for Excellence in Anticipatory Anthropology are due March 5, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. EST. Please make sure to review the eligibility requirements and rules for the award. For questions or assistance, please contact Katie Patschke, kpatschke@americananthro.org. http://bit.ly/3tRkG0c
    PostedWednesday, February 10, 2021 at 11:42 AM
    The Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal (RSDR) Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council's Religion and the Public Sphere Program, with the support of the Fetzer Institute, aims to bring knowledge of the place of religion and spirituality into scholarly and public conversations about renewing democracy in the United States. These fellowships offer research support over a period of up to 12 months to doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy and to postdoctoral researchers within five years of their PhD. We welcome proposals on all aspects and dimensions of religion and spirituality in its relation to democracy from across all fields in the social sciences, humanities, and theology. Applications are due April 6, 2021. More information on the fellowship, eligibility, and application process is available on the Program’s website: https://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/view/religion-spirituality-and-democratic-renewal-fellowship/.
    
    Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal Fellowship | Social Science Research Council (SSRC) | Brooklyn, NY, USA
    Now accepting applications. Deadline: Apr. 6, 2021
    www.ssrc.org
    The Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal (RSDR) Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council's Religion and the Public Sphere Program, with the support of the Fetzer Institute, aims to bring knowledge of the place of religion and spirituality into scholarly and public conversations about renewing democracy in the United States. These fellowships offer research support over a period of up to 12 months to doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy and to postdoctoral researchers within five years of their PhD. We welcome proposals on all aspects and dimensions of religion and spirituality in its relation to democracy from across all fields in the social sciences, humanities, and theology. Applications are due April 6, 2021. More information on the fellowship, eligibility, and application process is available on the Program’s website: https://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/view/religion-spirituality-and-democratic-renewal-fellowship/.
    
    Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal Fellowship | Social Science Research Council (SSRC) | Brooklyn, NY, USA
    Now accepting applications. Deadline: Apr. 6, 2021
    www.ssrc.org
    PostedTuesday, January 12, 2021 at 3:28 PM
    https://www.americananthro.org/anthroday Anthropology Day (February 18th) is a day to celebrate anthropology while promoting the discipline to the world around us. Join the celebration by hosting a virtual or safe and socially distanced event in your community, school, or workplace. Register your group (university, club, department, museum, etc.) on the AnthroDay website to be listed as an official participant and receive event updates. We have a host of resources on the AnthroDay website and ideas to help you start your AnthroDay events. And remember, you don’t have to be a member of a group or organization to celebrate Anthropology Day! Take to social media (using #AnthroDay) to promote the discipline or explore outreach opportunities in your community. We are excited to celebrate anthropology with you!
    https://www.americananthro.org/anthroday Anthropology Day (February 18th) is a day to celebrate anthropology while promoting the discipline to the world around us. Join the celebration by hosting a virtual or safe and socially distanced event in your community, school, or workplace. Register your group (university, club, department, museum, etc.) on the AnthroDay website to be listed as an official participant and receive event updates. We have a host of resources on the AnthroDay website and ideas to help you start your AnthroDay events. And remember, you don’t have to be a member of a group or organization to celebrate Anthropology Day! Take to social media (using #AnthroDay) to promote the discipline or explore outreach opportunities in your community. We are excited to celebrate anthropology with you!
    School for Advanced Research, shared an update
    PostedTuesday, December 8, 2020 at 10:25 AM
    SAR is currently taking applications for our National Science Foundation funded Research Team Seminars. The program supports at least two seminars each year for research teams that need focused time together to synthesize, analyze, and discuss the results of their work; to develop plans for successful completion of their projects; and/or to plan new projects. Eligible research projects will be those in which the central focus is on a question of anthropological importance; teams that are interdisciplinary and international in scope are especially encouraged to apply. The deadline for applications is February 1, 2021. More information can be found here: https://sarweb.org/seminars/research-team-seminars/.
    SAR is currently taking applications for our National Science Foundation funded Research Team Seminars. The program supports at least two seminars each year for research teams that need focused time together to synthesize, analyze, and discuss the results of their work; to develop plans for successful completion of their projects; and/or to plan new projects. Eligible research projects will be those in which the central focus is on a question of anthropological importance; teams that are interdisciplinary and international in scope are especially encouraged to apply. The deadline for applications is February 1, 2021. More information can be found here: https://sarweb.org/seminars/research-team-seminars/.
    PostedThursday, November 5, 2020 at 12:40 PM
    Dig into (Pop) Culture! Sign-up to receive AAA's bi-weekly pop-up newsletter, Weekend Reads, to stay updated on the latest happenings in the anthropology community. https://bit.ly/2I4xoWf
    Dig into (Pop) Culture! Sign-up to receive AAA's bi-weekly pop-up newsletter, Weekend Reads, to stay updated on the latest happenings in the anthropology community. https://bit.ly/2I4xoWf
    PostedTuesday, October 27, 2020 at 2:22 PM
    Rutgers University Archaeological Field School in Italy (http://fieldschool.rutgers.edu">http://fieldschool.rutgers.edu) (July 4 to July 31, 2021). This is a Rutgers University Study Abroad summer program that endeavors to teach undergraduate and graduate students archaeological field skills and methods. At the end of the field school students earn either 6 or 3 Rutgers credits. For 2021, we will be working on the Roman-era villa site (ca. 100 BCE to 200 CE) near the village of Vacone, ca. 50 km north of Rome. For more information see our website (http://fieldschool.rutgers.edu) or contact Prof. Gary D. Farney (gfarney@rutgers.edu).
    Rutgers University Archaeological Field School in Italy (http://fieldschool.rutgers.edu">http://fieldschool.rutgers.edu) (July 4 to July 31, 2021). This is a Rutgers University Study Abroad summer program that endeavors to teach undergraduate and graduate students archaeological field skills and methods. At the end of the field school students earn either 6 or 3 Rutgers credits. For 2021, we will be working on the Roman-era villa site (ca. 100 BCE to 200 CE) near the village of Vacone, ca. 50 km north of Rome. For more information see our website (http://fieldschool.rutgers.edu) or contact Prof. Gary D. Farney (gfarney@rutgers.edu).
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