APLA has compiled a list resources for Ukrainian scholars in an attempt to create a simple, accessible, and comprehensive list of support services and placements for those in need.
Recruiting: APLA Junior-Senior Mentoring
We are now recruiting mentors and mentees for the APLA Junior-Senior Mentor Program!
Statement and Resources
The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) condemns the recent reprehensible killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, David McAtee, Tony McDade, and so many other African Americans…
AAA Annual Meeting 2020 CFPs
The 2020 AAA Annual Meeting, will be held November 18 – November 22 in St. Louis, Missouri. If you are looking for panelists for your session or looking for a panel for your paper, we want to help you connect with colleagues…
APLA at the AAAs: Early Career Mentoring
APLA is hosting a series of events for individuals who are attending the joint meeting of the American Anthropological Association and the Canadian Anthropology Society in Vancouver…
AAA/CASCA 2019 Annual Meeting CFPs
Abstracts for the AAA Annual Meeting must be submitted by 3 p.m. EST on April 10th. If you are looking for panelists for your session or looking for a panel for your paper, we want to help you connect with colleagues…
IILJ Call for Papers: Infrastructures as Regulation
Infrastructures—whether physical, informational, digital—can have regulatory-type effects. These include requiring, preventing, channeling, enabling, and nudging particular human and social behavior. Infrastructures also help to…
Change in the Anthropological Imagination, AAA 2018 CFPs
Abstracts for the AAA Annual Meeting must be submitted by 3 p.m. EST on April 16th — and via our website and listserv, APLA is helping members connect with other scholars to develop and complete proposals.
APLA Mentoring at AAA in Denver: Publishing Your First Book
At our AAA Early Career workshop on Publishing your First Book, we were fortunate to have five editors…
APLA Mentoring at AAA in Denver: Just Say No
Saying no is hard to do. Especially when faced with a variety of teaching, service, research, writing, collaborative, and personal demands early in your career. At a workshop event held on Thursday evening in Denver, Ilana Gershon and David Nugent shared their insights and suggestions for how to avoid over-committing yourself in the early stages of an academic career…
I took my students to prison, by Ieva Jusionyte
This semester I took students in my Law and Order in the Americas seminar on a tour to the Florida … More
New Syllabus in Teaching Resources!
Ieva Jusionyte has shared the syllabus for her Law and Order in Latin America class! Check it out here, along … More
APLA’s revamped online presence!
Photo by Gullevek. As you might have noticed, our APLA website has a new design! Just to remind you, our … More
Happy Hour Salon: “Producing Political and Legal Knowledge Through Cross-Disciplinary Engagements” at the AAA Meetings
Save the date! Happy Hour Salon: “Producing Political and Legal Knowledge Through Cross-Disciplinary Engagements” When: Wednesday, December 3, 6-8 pm. … More
Graduate Students: these workshops during the AAAs are for you!
APLA Graduate Student Workshops at AAA 2014 Call for participants… Each year during the AAA meetings, the Association for … More
New LSA Ethnography, Law & Society Collaborative Network
At the recent LSA meetings in Minnesota, a group of ethnographically-oriented researchers (including graduate students, post-docs, and faculty) came together … More