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Nominations Sought for $10,000 J.I. Staley Prize

The Staley prize recognizes innovative books in anthropology that add new dimensions to our understanding of the human species.

Deadline for the 2016 Staley Prize Nominations is October 1, 2015

For additional information, including eligibility criteria and instructions for nominating a book, please visit http://sarweb.org/index.php?staley_prize

This prize was made possible through the generosity of J. I. Staley.

ATLAS.ti Training – September 19-20, 2015, UC Berkeley

This workshop will provide both a conceptual background and practical experience in computer assisted qualitative data analysis (CAQDA) using ATLAS.ti. After instruction in the fundamental aspects of CAQDA, the course turns to the logic of the ATLAS.ti program, and how it functions as a tool for CAQDA. By the end of the course, participants will have all the conceptual and practical tools necessary to employ ATLAS.ti in their current or future projects involving qualitative data. The workshop will be limited to 15 participants so that everyone receives individual attention.

CFP: Corpses, Burials and Infection (deadline for abstracts: 1 July 2015)

Call for papers: Corpses, Burials and Infection conference, 4th – 5th December 2015 at CRASSH, University of Cambridge

4th – 5th December 2015

CRASSH, University of Cambridge

It has become a truism to state that in times of epidemic infection, the bodies of the dead become morally, ontologically, and infrastructurally problematic. Nowhere has this been better demonstrated than in the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa, when burials and the handling of corpses became arenas of contestation through which both local and scientific ‘cultures’ were placed on trial.

Call for papers: What can anthropology contribute to health systems research and reform? RAI-EASA Global Health Conference, UK 9-11 September 2015

Call for papers: What can anthropology contribute to health systems research and reform?

We welcome abstract submissions for our panel at the RAI-EASA Global Health Conference
MAGic2015, University of Sussex, 9-11 September 2015

What can anthropology contribute to health systems research and reform?

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