From: James Mullooly [mailto:jmullooly@...]
Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 12:19 AM
Subject: RE: Update on LPO activities
Terry, et al.,
The AAA's committee on Anthropology and Education decided to have their
meetings in San Francisco anyway during the original dates. I believe
Medical Anthropology and other groups are considering this as well.
Although I look forward to Santa Fe, I will be in San Francisco during
the original AAA meetings dates and I'm wondering if anyone else will be
I include the following attached e-mail message as means of inviting any
others who want to head West anyway. We have rooms blocked out at the
Best Western Canterbury Hotel for $109 a night. You can call then
directly and say you are with the CAE conference.
All the best,
James Mullooly, PhD
Department of Anthropology
California State University, Fresno
FORWARDED MEASSAGE BELOW
This is definitely the right venue. Hope you are talking about booking
at the Canterbury Hotel! Information below.
1) Email your reservation to Yuri Wellington, ywelling@... , who
communicates it directly with the Hotel Manager in charge of our event
YOU CAN KEEP DOING THIS UNTIL FRIDAY NOV. 5
2) Call the hotel directly using the information below.
If you call the hotel directly, you must specify you are with CAE.
ALSO NOTE: THe hotel reservation desk is open ONLY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY, 8
DIRECT: 1-415-486-5159 (direct line to Christine Daley, Reservations
Manager, who is handling CAE reservations, 8am-5pm PT, M-F)
TOLL-FREE: 1-800-227-4788 (8am-5pm PT, M-F)
NOTE: after 5pm and on weekends calls are forwarded to Best Western
International, and they may not be able to help you with the special
Best Western Canterbury Hotel Union Square 750 Sutter Street San
Francisco, California 94109-6498
Deborah Taub, PhD wrote:
>I apologize if this is the wrong venue for this request, but I was
wondering if anyone wanted to share a hotel room in San Francisco?
Please reply to Debbie@....
>Deborah Taub, PhD
>Center for Inspired Teaching (formerly Center for Artistry in Teaching)
>1421 22nd St., NW
>Washington, DC 20037
>--Students, teachers, and schools achieving their full potential--
Kathryn (Katie) Anderson-Levitt
Dean of the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Professor of
Anthropology University of Michigan-Dearborn Dearborn, MI 48128-1491
USA katieal@... 313.593.5490 fax: 313.593.5552
From: Terry Redding [mailto:terryredding@...]
Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 7:34 PM
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Subject: Update on LPO activities
Dear LPO Folks:
I have been waiting for the dust to settle from the AAA decision to move
2004 meeting to San Francisco to Atlanta before writing you about how
move will affect activities for LPOs. In a previous message I noted
for a NAPA LPO roundtable, networking party, and Consortium booth. Lots
discussions have been taking place about how to deal with the move, but
was decided that none of these activities could be meaningfully or
transferred to Atlanta.
This is of course a disappointment and I will follow up this message
some of you individually to discuss ongoing activities and needs.
On the bright side, I have been in touch with my wonderful counterparts
SfAA and they are open to a cosponsored activity for the April SfAA
in Santa Fe. We will be in touch in due course, once we know what's
possible. In any case it should be a great opportunity for us all to
together and have some fun, too.
There is also discussion of a Consortium booth for the SfAA meeting,
would hopefully include an opportunity for LPOs to disseminate
Those talks are ongoing and we probably won't know anything until the
In a way, this AAA situation brings to mind the real need for LPOs.
Sometimes things happen at the nation level that are out of our control.
With a local group of colleagues, we can at least plan and guide our
little more easily, and support each other in times of need.
For those of you who are going to Atlanta, I hope things will go
and productively for you. AAA does not have a sense yet of how many
are going, but will try to judge it by how many pre-registrants request
refunds in the coming weeks.
Best wishes for now,
NAPA LPO Liaison
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