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Contents:

Cover and TOC

    1. R Cover and Table of Contents

Preliminary Program

    1. R The End/s of Anthropology: 108th Annual Meeting Preliminary Program

Dialogue

    1. R Correspondence
    2. R Single Parenthood and the PhD Journey
      1. Lauren Anaya
        Angela Glaros
        Isabel Scarborough
        Nicole Tami
    3. R Translating Lula: Making Sense of Autism in the Field
      1. Hillary Haldane

In Focus

    1. R Life is Full of Hard Choices: A Grievance Procedure for the AAA?
      1. Janet E Levy
    2. R Guiding Principles over Enforceable Standards
      1. Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban
    3. R Ethics Task Force Update
      1. Dena Plemmons
    4. R Debates on Ethical Practice: A Perspective from the Association of Social Anthropologists
      1. Ian Harper
        Nayanika Mookherjee
    5. R Comparing Ethics Codes and Conventions: Anthropological, Sociological and Psychological Approaches
      1. Rena Lederman
    6. R The Ethics of Engaged Ethnography: Applying a Militant Anthropology in Organs-Trafficking Research
      1. Nancy Scheper-Hughes
    7. R Taking the Next Step: Why We Should Continue Strengthening the AAA Ethics Code
      1. Roberto J González
        Hugh Gusterson
    8. R Managing Ethical Conflict on a Human Terrain Team
      1. Christopher King
    9. R Ethics and Dual-Identity Professionals: Addressing Anthropology in the Public Sector
      1. Robert Albro
    10. R Ethical Research across Power Divides
      1. Janine R Wedel

Association Business

    1. R AAA Executive Board Actions: May–July 2009
    2. R Greening the Annual Meeting
      1. Ellen Lewin
    3. R Global Anthropological Scholarship: Reading Other People's Anthropologies
      1. Fran Rothstein
    4. R Anthropological Information Needs: Survey Report
      1. Oona Schmid
    5. R Speaking of Race
      1. Joseph L Jones
    6. R Meet the Staff
    7. R 2009 AAA Election Results
    8. R AAA Business Meeting Agenda

Knowledge Exchange

    1. R Ethical Considerations for Digital Fieldwork: Cyberethnography and IRBs
      1. Faith Warner

Public Affairs

    1. R Looting, Collecting and Selling Ancient Artifacts: Who Are the Victims?
      1. Ventura R Pérez
        Ryan P Harrod
        Debra L Martin
    2. R Ethics Training at Texas A&M: Classroom Discussions on the Proposed AAA Ethics Code Revision
      1. Cynthia Ann Werner
    3. R The Lady and the "Wretched American": Burma's Trial of Aung San Suu Kyi
      1. Monique Skidmore
    4. R Washington Wire
      1. Damon Dozier

Academic Affairs

    1. R Formalizing Ethics Training in Anthropology: An Extension of Methods Education
      1. Robert T Trotter
    2. R Teaching Fieldwork Ethics through Instructor Experience
      1. Mark Moritz
    3. R What's Next? Preparing Anthropology Students for Life after a BA
      1. Cassandra White
    4. R Teaching Ethnographic Research in an Era of Ethics Oversight
      1. LL Wynn

Career Development

    1. R Field Notes ... What Will Happen to Yours?
      1. Deborah Winslow
    2. R Smithsonian Honors Claude Lévi-Strauss: The James Smithson Medal and Lévi-Strauss: A Gift Exchange
      1. Edgardo Krebs
    3. R Award, Fellowship and Grant Recipients; Kudos; Fellowships and Support
    4. R Job Placement

In Memoriam

    1. R Obituaries

From the President

    1. R Conversations on World Anthropologies: Chilean Perspectives
      1. Setha Low

Meeting Calendar

    1. R Meeting Calendar