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EASA Newsletter No 63 October 2014

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Noel SalazarLetter from the President An update on EASA activity since the July 2014 newsletter. By Noel B. Salazar.

Noel SalazarLetter from the Book Series Editor Eeva Berglund updates us on the latest publications and news.

Noel SalazarMembers’ Forum Discussion The members vote on two special resolutions at EASA2014.

Noel SalazarElections for a New Executive Members are encouraged to stand for election to the EASA executive committee.

The next EASA biennial conferenceNoel Salazar Will be organised and hosted at the The University of Milano-Bicocca.

New Editors of Social AnthropologyNoel Salazar Sarah Green (University of Helsinki) and Patrick Laviolette (Tallinn University).

Anthropology as a Vocation and Noel SalazarOccupation Findings and results from the panel 022 at EASA 2014.

News from the Networks The latest Noel Salazarnews and a call for funding for events. .

Online access to Social AnthropologNoel Salazary How to register at Wiley Online for access to the journal.

WCAA newsNoel Salazar WCAA sister association news, and some other conferences

Featured title from EASA’s publisher,Noel Salazar Berghahn books LANDSCAPES BEYOND LAND. Routes, Aesthetics, Narratives