EASA Newsletter No 74 August 2019

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President Letter from the President
Sarah Green, EASA President writes about the new Exec, the challenges facing academia, and the importance of EASA as an independent scholarly anthropology association

Execs Members of the Executive Committee 2019-2021
Who is on the new EASA Exec? We give profiles of the new exec members and describe their roles.

AGM AGM 2019: Europe, knowledge politics and bureaucracy: anthropological perspectives
As part of the AGM there is a CFP, deadline 8th September, entitled: Europe, knowledge politics and bureaucracy: anthropological perspectives.

HAU Review of the HAU affair 2011-2017
Moving towards a review of the HAU affair 2011-2017, EASA exec reports back as to the rationale and approach for a review of what went on at HAU from 2011-2017.

SA/ASStatement from the new editors of the journal Social Anthropology
EASA journal editors write of their plans for their editorship..

Precanthro Precanthro report
The Exec’s liaison officers summarise the ongoing incorporation of PrecAnthro concerns within EASA’s work.

NetworksNews from the networks
An assortment of news from the many active networks within EASA.

Berghahn Berghahn Books' 25th Anniversary
EASA's book series publisher, Berghahn Books, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year!

CloughPaul Clough - Obituary
It is with great sadness that we announce the untimely death of Paul Clough, Professor of Anthropological Sciences at the University of Malta, at the age of 70.