Culture & Agriculture

a section of the American Anthropological Association

Month: July 2015

Web Fellow Position – Apply by Sept. 15th!

The Culture & Agriculture Section of the American Anthropological Association aims to expand its on-line and social media presence. We wish to highlight the research and policy engagements of our members as well as to promote our peer-reviewed section journal, Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment (CAFE), within and beyond anthropological audiences. To this end, C&A has created a position for a tech savvy, anthropology scholar/practitioner to manage our site and, in conjunction with the Board and the CAFE editors, initiate new forms of electronic outreach. We envisage this position as particularly appropriate for an Anthropology doctoral candidate or new PhD with interests in agrifood systems, the environment, and digital media, but encourage anthropologists at any stage with appropriate background, skills, and predilections to apply. The position carries an annual award of $1500.00, with a possibility for renewal. Application materials: Please send a current cv with names of at least two referees (both academic and work-related preferred), and a letter of interest outlining relevant skills and experience. The letter should include suggestions for digital projects or activities to heighten and extend the appeal of C&A and CAFE. Examples of previous work are also invited.¬†Please send materials to Lisa Markowitz ([email protected]).¬†UPDATE: Deadline for applications is September 15, 2015.

Cannabis Event at the 2015 AAAs – Save the Date

As you plan for the American Anthropological Association meeting in November, save the date for a special cannabis tour and public engagement event sponsored by Culture & Agriculture, the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology, the Anthropology of Tourism Interest Group, and the Anthropology Department of University of Colorado Denver. The event will take place on Wednesday, November 18th, from 4:30 until 9 pm. The annual meeting in Denver, Colorado provides a unique opportunity for anthropologists to engage with key leaders and residents to learn firsthand about the possibilities and risks accompanying legalized marijuana. For more info, click here.

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