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May 13, 2021

La CASCA est ravie de dévoiler les tout premiers récipiendaires du Prix d’excellence en enseignement de la CASCA (2021)/CASCA is delighted to announce the inaugural recipients of the CASCA Awards for Teaching Excellence (2021)

(English follows) La CASCA est ravie de dévoiler les tout premiers récipiendaires du Prix d’excellence en enseignement de la CASCA (PEEC 2021). Toutes nos félicitations! PEEC – Personnel chargé de…

May 13, 2021

Dr. Francine Saillant, récipiendaire du Prix Weaver-Tremblay 2021 Weaver-Tremblay Award Winner: Dr. Francine Saillant

(English follows) Nous avons le privilège de vous annoncer que nous remettrons à Professeure Francine Saillant, de l’Université Laval, le prix Weaver-Tremblay lors du congrès de la CASCA 2021 à…

May 13, 2021

Daniel Tubb on the fieldwork for his new ethnography Shifting Livelihoods

By Daniel Tubb, University of New Brunswick Shifting Livelihoods: Gold Mining and Subsistence in the Chocó, Colombia, University of Washington Press, 2020 Shifting Livelihoods emerged from the eighteen months I…

May 13, 2021

Salisbury Report: Challenging Japan’s Low Birthrate: How Japanese Nonprofit Organizations Focused on Fathering Are Affecting Men’s Performances of Masculinity

By Evan Koike, University of British Columbia (Winner of the 2016 Salisbury Award) In twenty-first-century Japan, mounting demographic pressures, the needs of heterosexual, married parents of young children, and nonprofit…

May 13, 2021

Salisbury Report: Tracing Regimes of Value in the Mackenzie Basin

By Abra Wenzel, Carleton University (Winner of the 2019 Salisbury Award) My interest in Indigenous women textile artists in the Great Slave Lake region of the Northwest Territories (NWT) began…

May 13, 2021

Remote Teaching and the Revival of Time-tested Styles and Tools

By Amirpouyan Shiva, University of British Columbia, Winner of the 2021 CASCA Award for Teaching Excellence (Instructor) Interactive teaching has been all the rage for some time now. One of…

May 13, 2021

The Disentanglement Project

By Rhiannon Mosher, Ontario Public Service Anthropologists excel at taking into account the multiple perspectives of differently situated social actors and examining how broad social processes affect people’s everyday lives.…

May 13, 2021

CASCA 2021 Annual Meeting at University of Guelph/Le colloque de la CASCA 2021 à l’Université de Guelph

(La version française suit) CASCA 2021 Annual Meeting at University of Guelph CASCA 2021 will be a virtual event held between May 12-15 and hosted by the University of Guelph,…

May 13, 2021

La récipiendaire de la Bourse Salisbury Award Winner 2021

(La version française suit) The Salisbury Award, given in memory of Dr. Richard Frank Salisbury, recognizes an exceptional anthropology PhD candidate at a Canadian university. CASCA is delighted to announce that the winner…

May 13, 2021

In Memoriam: David Reese Counts (2 May 1934—11 November 2020)

Submitted by Naomi M. McPherson, Assoc Prof Emerita, Anthropology, UBC (Header photo: David Reese Counts, 2002, courtesy of Rebecca Counts) Renowned for his kind and warm smile, it is in…

May 13, 2021

Appel de dossiers : Prix Labrecque-Lee/Call for Submissions: The Labrecque-Lee Book Prize

(English follows) Appel de dossiers : Prix Labrecque-Lee La Société canadienne d’anthropologie (CASCA) est à la recherche de candidatures pour le Prix Labrecque-Lee. Créé en 2018, ce prix a comme…



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