2018 Philadelphia: Sustainable Futures
Recorded sessions from the 2018 annual meething are now available!
Podcasts were recorded in Philadelphia, PA, USA at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in March/April 2018.
- Black History, Heritage, and Scholarship: Setting the Table for a Sustainable Future
- Preserving Philadelphia’s Past and Investing in Its Future: Sustainable Solutions for America’s First World Heritage City
- Contemporary Refugee Issues: Anthropological Contributions to Understanding Problems and Developing Solutions, Part I - Identifying the Issues
- Disasters, Climate Change, and Vulnerability
- Paredes Memorial Plenary: Sustainable Relationships: The Future of Applied Anthropology in Native Communities
- What Do We Mean When We Talk About Food Insecurity? Part I
- Non-Classroom Education: Engaged Learning
- What Do We Mean When We Talk About Food Insecurity? Part II
- Suburban Opioid and Heroin Use
- Inviting “the Wisdom of the Crowd”: Building Sustainable Models of Community-Engaged Research"
- Michael Kearney Memorial Lecture
- Homelessness: An Event and a Lifestyle
- Transforming Higher Education: Opportunities for and Challenges to Structural and Cultural Change
- Enhancing the Presence of African Americans in Anthropology
- The Ebola 100 Project: Why Anthropology Matters for Global Health
- Immigrant Issues in the Trump Era: Threats, Security and Representation
- Sexual Harassment in the Field
- 2018 SfAA Awards
- New Methods, Interventions and Approaches
- The Policies of Violence: Gender, Violence and the Public's Well Being