AAA and teacher exchange
- Please see the email from Oona about a new effort to compile teaching materials for teachers. I referred Oona to the SACC website's resources. Ann
From: Oona Schmid [mailto:oschmid@...]
Sent: Monday, October 31, 2011 12:50 PM
To: Kaupp, Ann
Subject: RE: Spring issue of AnthroNotes
I know a lot of people who read AnthroNotes are teachers. I didn't know if you'd be willing or interested announce the new AAA Teaching Materials Exchange, but in case you are willing, I'm attaching some language and the links for such an announcement.
Of course I understand if it's not appropriate.
Many thanks, Oona
Director of Publishing, American Anthropological Association
2200 Wilson Blvd, Ste 600
Arlington VA 22201
703-528-1902, ext 1174
From: Kaupp, Ann [mailto:KAUPPA@...]
Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 4:58 PM
Subject: Spring issue of AnthroNotes
Dear AnthroNotes Readers:
Attached is the spring issue of AnthroNotes that focuses on the topic of Race, in anticipation of the American Anthropological Association's traveling exhibition Race: Are We So Different?, opening at the National Museum of Natural History on June 18. The issue contains the following articles:
Personal Reflections on Race, Racism, and Anthropology by Johnnetta Betsch Cole
Anthropology and the Race Project by Yolanda T. Moses and Joseph Jones
Why Human Skin Comes in Colors by Nina G. Jablonski
Race and the Media by John L. Jackson, Jr.
Frederick Douglass and the Archaeology of Wye House by Mark Leone, Jocelyn Knauf, and Amanda Tang
The AnthroNotes editors hope you enjoy these readings.
P. Ann Kaupp, Head
Anthropology Outreach Office
National Museum of Natural History
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