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  • Lloyd Miller
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      > From: "Stacy Lathrop" <slathrop@...>
      > Date: August 30, 2006 3:18:50 PM CDT
      > To: "Stacy Lathrop" <slathrop@...>
      > Cc: "Sarah Walker" <swalker@...>
      > Subject: Anthropology News CFP: Teaching
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      > Dear AN Contributors Editors,
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      > Thank you to all who responded in helping craft a call for papers
      > on teaching as a start to developing a focused discussion on the
      > topic in AN, beginning with the December issue. With the help of
      > all of your suggestions, I paste below the call. Feel free to
      > forward, circulate and post the call anywhere you think it might be
      > appropriate. I look forward to reading the submissions.
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      > With best wishes,
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      > Stacy
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      > Stacy Lathrop
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      > Managing Editor
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      > Anthropology News Call for Papers: TEACHING
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      > Teaching is what most anthropologists do most of the time. Perhaps
      > it should occupy a more central place in our publications and
      > annual meetings. Anthropology News is therefore soliciting
      > commentaries and analyses related to teaching and anthropology.
      > Submissions that take up the following issues are particularly
      > welcome:
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      > anthropology and the general education curriculum
      > distance and online learning
      > anthropology and experiential learning (service learning, study
      > abroad, action research, community engagement, internships, field
      > schools, labs)
      > 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, curricula and teaching
      > materials
      > the teaching of anthropological methods, theories and writing
      > team-teaching across subfields, disciplines and nations
      > what it is that anthropology can contribute to student learning on
      > various critical issues
      > how teaching informs and enriches anthropologists´┐Ż research and
      > writing
      > public education, including teaching in museums, using exhibits and
      > collections
      > anthropology (or the lack of anthropology) in the K-12 curriculum
      > Commentaries on these issues should be under 1000 words.
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      > Short pieces under 800 words on particular teaching methods that
      > readers have found productive are also welcome, especially if these
      > are framed by larger methodological and theoretical discussions.
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      > Send commentaries and short articles to AN Managing Editor Stacy
      > Lathrop, slathrop@... by October 20, 2006.
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