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  • Lloyd Miller
    SACC Colleagues: Forwarded for your information. Send your comments, suggestions and ideas directly to Anthropology News Editor Stacy Lathrop. Lloyd Miller
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 14, 2006
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      SACC Colleagues: Forwarded for your information. Send your comments,
      suggestions and ideas directly to Anthropology News Editor Stacy
      Lathrop.
      Lloyd Miller




      Begin forwarded message:

      > From: "Stacy Lathrop" <slathrop@...>
      > Date: August 8, 2006 3:41:28 PM CDT
      > To: "Stacy Lathrop" <slathrop@...>
      > Cc: "Sarah Walker" <swalker@...>
      > Subject: FOR COMMENT --- Anthropology News Draft CFP on Teaching
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      >
      >
      > Dear AN Contributing Editors,
      >
      >
      >
      > Following up on my message last month asking for help in developing
      > a series in AN on teaching and anthropology, GAD Contributing
      > Editor Susan Sutton offered the draft call for papers below.
      > Please send me by August 29 any comments, suggested additions or
      > deletions, and other ideas for further development of this proposed
      > series.
      >
      >
      >
      > With many thanks,
      >
      >
      >
      > Stacy Lathrop
      >
      > Managing Editor, Anthropology News
      >
      >
      >
      > ----------------------------------------------------------------
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      > Draft Anthropology News Call for Papers: TEACHING
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      > Teaching is what most anthropologists do most of the time. It
      > nevertheless occupies a very marginal position in our major
      > journals and our annual meetings. AN is therefore soliciting
      > commentaries and analyses related to teaching and anthropology.
      > Submissions that take up the following issues are particularly
      > welcome: anthropology and the general education curriculum;
      > anthropology and experiential learning (service learning, study
      > abroad, action research, community engagement); teaching across
      > differences of culture, class, race, and gender; the role and
      > status (or lack thereof) of teaching in the academy and the
      > discipline; the construction of meaningful courses and curricula;
      > team-teaching across subfields, disciplines, and nations; and what
      > it is that anthropology can contribute to student learning on
      > various critical issues. Short pieces on particular teaching
      > methods that you have found productive are also welcome, especially
      > if these are framed by larger methodological and theoretical
      > discussions. Submissions should be under 1000 words.
      >
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      > Stacy Lathrop
      >
      > Managing Editor
      >
      > Anthropology News
      >
      > American Anthropological Association
      >
      > 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 600
      >
      > Arlington, VA 22201-3357
      >
      > tel 703/528-1902 x3005
      >
      > fax 703/528-3546
      >
      > slathrop@...
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      > www.aaanet.org
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