Culture & Agriculture

a section of the American Anthropological Association

Month: December 2015

From Pipelines to Paris: Why We Need Forests Now More than Ever

Our latest edition to the “Notes from the Field” comes from Dr. Duncan Earle, an anthropologist and the director of Global Studies at Marymount California University. Dr. Earle also serves as consultant for Jadora International, whose mission is “to mitigate climate change, preserve biodiversity, and improve livelihoods through an innovative and economically sustainable approach to forest preservation.” His essay examines the linkages between forests and climate change mitigation, specifically in the U.S.

TT Position Opening at Univ. of Arizona in Food Studies

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona invites applications for a full-time tenure track position at the rank of assistant professor to begin in August 2016.

The position will be based in one or more of the schools, departments and centers of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (see sbs.arizona.edu for list of possible units).

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