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Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Australian Anthropological Society

Representing the profession of anthropology in Australia

Welcome to the AAS

The Australian Anthropological Society is a member-based association committed to representing the profession of anthropology in Australia.

The goals of the Society are to advance anthropology as a professional discipline grounded in the systematic pursuit of knowledge, to promote its responsible and ethical application, and to promote professional training, knowledge sharing, and practice in anthropology. The Society recognises that anthropological work is broad in scope and includes academic research, teaching, consultancies, industry engagements, advocacy, activism and public commentary.

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101 Ways to Disrupt Your Thinking

As part of the AAS First Nations Initiative, we present this resource of First Nations authors who write within the discipline of anthropology and aligned sub-disciplines. This bibliography, 101 Ways to Disrupt Your Thinking, highlights the diversity of First Nations writing. It is designed to be used to create course reading lists, generate knowledge and discussion, and is a resource for developing reference lists.

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The AAS invites proposals for the 2022 Engaged Anthropology Fund

Grant applications should be submitted online using the '2022 Proposal Form'. Please refer to the Application Guidelines before completing and submitting the form. The deadline for proposals is 24 March 2022. 

2022 Proposal Form

THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY


The Australian Journal of Anthropology (TAJA) is the flagship journal of the Australian Anthropological Society. TAJA is a peer-reviewed journal publishing scholarly papers and book reviews in anthropology and related disciplines.

AAS members receive an online and optional print subscription to TAJA, including full access to the digital archives dating back to volume 1, issue 1 (1931) (when the journal was called Mankind).

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Acknowledgement of Sovereignty

The Australian Anthropological Society acknowledges the sovereignty of First Peoples past, present and future in all the places and spaces where we meet and work.
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