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Issue: 8: Cutting and covering up ethnographica: The culture of curatorship By Jeremy MacClancy
Everyday life and business as usual by Bob Jessop
The ASA was founded in 1946 to promote the study and teaching of social anthropology, to present the interests of social anthropology and to maintain its professional status. Its aim is to assist in any way possible in planning research, to collate and publish information on social anthropology and to function as a register of social anthropologists.
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The ASA Anthropology of Britain Network will celebrate 10 years on 4th September 2014 at University of Exeter, with a decennial workshop. Read more.
|The ASA was a proud contributor to the successful the IUAES213 World Congress which took place in Manchester in early August. The plenaries/keynotes were filmed and are now available online. This includes the Firth Lecture which was given by Lourdes Arizpe (National Autonomous University of Mexico) who spoke on "Arbitrating Collective Dreams: Anthropology and the New Worlding".|
|The ASA AGM took place 15th March in London. Read the draft minutes.|
Read more about the latest ASA network on it's new subsite: LATAN: Learning and Teaching in Anthropology Network
|Read the latest issue of Anthropology Matters: Vol 14, No 1 (2012): Visibility: Representation and Recognition.|
|Buy recent ASA monographs|
|The ASA is a member of the World Council of Anthropological Associations|