2022 American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting

When: November 9-13, 2022

Where: Seattle, Washington at the Washington State Convention Center and Online

We are thrilled to be participating in the 2022 American Anthropological Association’s annual meeting! This year’s theme is “Unsettling Landscapes”.

From the AAA: The 2022 AAA Annual Meeting theme “Unsettling Landscapes” encourages anthropological discussion of past, present, and future unsettlings of the world – be it through environment, power, political economy or through the collective efforts of unsettling and disrupting oppressive structures while building worlds otherwise. While our worlds are defined by nothing if not change, the current unsettling of landscapes brings with it an urgency that demands conversations which may elicit feelings of discomfort and disturbance, but may also stoke hope and determination. This orientation towards unsettling pushes us beyond easy narratives and facile binaries into moments of transformation. In essence, this theme asks two questions: In what ways are we, and those we work with, unsettled? How are we also unsettling landscapes and to what end?

The 2022 AAA Annual Meeting will again be a hybrid meeting. This means the meeting will take place in-person in Seattle, from November 9-13, 2022, as well as online over those same dates. The virtual component of the meeting will be hosted professionally on a virtual meeting platform, Pathable.

We are looking forward to meeting you! Make sure to stop by our booth to browse our new and recent anthropology titles, and to talk to our Senior Editor, Allyson Carter, PhD. If you would like to schedule a meeting with Allyson, email her at acarter@uapress.arizona.edu.

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