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Déjà Lu e-journal Issue 3

The 3rd issue of the e-journal Déjà Lu is now out. Déjà Lu (“Already read”) is an initiative of the World Council of Anthropological Associations that aims at pluralising the dissemination of anthropological knowledge on a global level.

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‘The Q’ AAS Newsletter

The March 2015 issue of the AAS Newsletter is now available for download. It includes information about the 2015 AAS Conference in Melbourne; ANSA (student association); the AAS’ press release and open letter addressing proposed changes to Aboriginal heritage;  and features photographs from the ANU exhibition ‘Back from the field: Visualising ethnographic practice’.

Access the March 2015 AAS Newsletter
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Call for Panels: 2015 Conference

The call for panels for the next AAS conference is now open (closing 27 April, 2015).

The conference will be hosted by The University of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia from 1-4 December, 2015 with the theme of ‘Moral Horizons’.

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Congratulations to Prize Winners

Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins from the University of Melbourne has received the AAS best PhD thesis award in 2014 for “Weaving time in the textile valley: Post-industrial temporality in rural Northern England”.

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A Missed Opportunity to Close the Gap

The AAS has raised grave concerns about proposed amendments to the WA Aboriginal Heritage Act (1972) in a letter to the WA Minister for Aboriginal Affairs.
AAS Submission on Aboriginal Heritage Reform

2015 Conference

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The call for panels for the 2015 AAS conference is now open (closing 27 April, 2015).

The conference will be hosted by The University of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia from 1-4 December, 2015 with the theme of ‘Moral Horizons’. The meetings will be held on campus.

Proceed to Call for Panels

AAS Submission – Aboriginal Heritage Reform

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The AAS Executive sent a submission to the WA Minister of Aboriginal Affairs about proposed reform to the Aboriginal Heritage Act. It was prepared by the Executive following requests from a number of AAS members to provide a public statement on the issue.

Read more about the AAS submission

Visual Feature

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Featuring the latest sensory ethnography including photo essays, audio and video. The current feature is Maraymin Amung, ‘Food of the Water’, by Daniela Vavrova. The AAS invites contributions from members who are engaged in visual anthropology or ethnomusicology-related research.

View the visual feature