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EASA Newsletter No 61 January 2014

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Noel SalazarLetter from the President: An update on EASA activity since the September 2013 newsletter. By Noel B. Salazar.

BerglundLetter from our new Book Series Editor: An introduction and a call for submissions for edited collections and monographs.

SA/ASCall for new Editors of Social Anthropology: EASA is searching for new editors to take over from the current team.  

Call for application for EASA Biennial Conferences: Would your department or institution like to host an EASA conference?


NetworksNetworks news: The end of 2013 was a busy period for many of EASA networks who are now reporting back to EASA members.

2014 subscriptions: It's that time of year again and we'll be invoicing you shortly for Invoicingyour 2014 membership subscriptions.

Your address for Social Anthropology: The first volume of the 2014 issue will be mailed out shortly. If you have recently changed you address please ensure you have updated the data we hold in Cocoa, now!

WCAAOther WCAA association news: Videos from the plenary sessions of the IUAES2013 congress; SIEF journal Ethnologia Europaea latest issue.

EASA Young Scholars Forum: in connection to this year's EASA Biennial Conference theme, the Young Scholars Forum looks forward to capturing collaboration, intimacy and revolution both in form and content. Read more about this exciting new format. URL: www.nomadit.co.uk/easa/easa2014/
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EASA Facebook pageThe number of our Facebook and Twitter friends and followers grow. These have now become the main channels through which we regularly post news on EASA’s activities and Networks, general anthropological reportage and information, including job postings or conference announcements. Follow us at:  twitter.com/EASAinfo and   www.facebook.com/EASAinfo

Gerd Baumann 13/11/1953 - 15/01/2014: It is with great sadness that we announce the death of anthropologist Gerd Baumann on 15 January 2014. Baumann was a member of EASA's Executive Committee from 1997 to 2000, holding its Chair in the years 1999-2000. We wish to express our sincere condolences to his family.

EASA Newsletter 61 - January 2014
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