Academic Hiring Rituals Podcast by APLA: Law School Hiring

This series on academic hiring for anthropologists asks academics in different countries with considerable experience on hiring committees how hiring works in their academic systems to enable applicants to navigate these different processes.

PoLAR Book Reviews Editor

Incoming Co-Editors of the Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) journal, Sindiso Mnisi Weeks and Georgina Ramsay, are inviting…

What Do You Mean by Abolition?

Abolition is increasingly being used in popular and public discourse to describe contemporary social and racial justice movements in various global contexts, for example, appearing in debates in the United States around calls to defund the police and consider the necessity of prisons. Despite the increased…

APLA Graduate Student Paper Prize 2021

The APLA Board invites individuals who are students in a graduate degree-granting program (including M.A., Ph.D., J.D., LL.M., S.J.D. etc.) to send papers centering…

APLA On Demand

In addition to APLA’s livestream events at the 2020 AAA fall event, Raising Our Voices, APLA is sponsoring a number of on-demand events including podcasts, talks, and a virtual poster, which can all be accessed at your convenience. A full list of the APLA’s on-demand events is available below:

APLA Livestream Events

The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology is pleased to announce its schedule of sponsored livestream events for the 2020 AAA fall event, Raising Our Voices. Don’t miss these exciting panels, which begin on November 6th. While we don’t have the pleasure of meeting in person this year, we do hope to see you virtually at the panels below!

APLA 2020 Book Prize!

The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) is pleased award the 2020 APLA Book Prize in Critical Anthropology…