A CALL TO HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS REGARDING STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS DURING COVID-19

On April 22, 2020, the AAA signed on to a statement by the ASA asking higher education administrators to make temporary adjustments to timelines for student progression and completion and to adjust expectations for learning and scholarship during the COVID-19 pandemic. The full letter, along with a list of other scholarly organizations that signed onto it, see the ASA website.

WELCOME

Welcome to the Association for the Anthropology of Policy (ASAP), formerly the Interest Group for the Anthropology of Public Policy (IGAPP).


ASAP promotes the anthropological study of policy, including its making, workings, and effects, and seeks to advance the contributions of the anthropology of policy to theory and method in anthropology, as well as to research in public policy.

Join today! It’s easy, and the dues are LOW: $5 for student members and $10 for all other members. You can add ASAP as a section to your membership online by logging into your AAA profile here.

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The ASAP Instagram posts section updates, Anthropology News columns, and visual reflections on the anthropology of policy. If you are interested in contributing a visual ethnography series to @anthofpolicy, please contact ASAP Communications Director, Georgia Hartman at georgialhartman@gmail.com

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