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【AAA】AES Business Meeting and Other News/2014 Senior Book Prize Honorable Mention (佳作)PRECARIOUS JAPAN (Anne Allison)‏

AAA よりお知らせです。
最近、研究室に入架した PRECARIOUS JAPAN (Anne Allison) が2014 Senior Book Prize  Honorable Mention (佳作)に選ばれておりました。
アリソン氏の著作『菊とポケモン グローバル化する日本の文化力』 (原著: Millennial Monsters:Japanese Toys and the Global Imagination も研究室に有)は日本語で読めますので、ぜひ挑戦してみましょう。同書で彼女は、日本のポップカルチャーがアメリカや世界中の子どもたちを惹きつけている謎を、フロイトの polymorphous perversity (邦訳版では「多様変容」と訳されている)の概念と彼女の造語である「テクノ-アニミズム」から分析しています。



AES Business Meeting and Other News
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We look forward to seeing members (and others!) at the AAA meetings next week, and also at our spring conference in March in San Diego. Please spread the word to graduate students about the Dec. 1 deadline for the Elsie Clews Parsons Prize.  Here is some more news:
AES at the AAA Meeting in Washington D.C.
AES business meeting | Saturday, December 6, 1:00-2:15 p.m.
Marriott's Washington Room 2
  • 2014 Senior Book Prize presentation: Tine M. Gammeltoft (U Copenhagen), Senior Book Prize winner for Haunting Images: A Cultural Account of Selective Reproduction in Vietnam (2014, University of California Press). Anne Allison (Duke U), Honorable Mention for Precarious Japan (2013, Duke University Press).
  • Welcome Niko Besnier, who will become editor of AE July 1, 2015.
  • Panel discussion: "Whatever happened to immigration reform? Crises, epidemics, and border (in)security." Panel discussion with Susan Coutin (UC Irvine), Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz (Loyola U Chicago), and Daniel Goldstein (Rutgers U). Panelists will present an informal conversation about the prospects of immigration reform, the work of critical and engaged anthropologists on the subject of immigration, and the current political and social realities facing undocumented people in the United States. (Thank you to AES councilor Daniel Goldstein for organizing and moderating this panel.)
AES will host 56 panels, 7 of which are invited. Also, please check out our 5 workshops generated by and for graduate students. While the registration deadline has passed, stay up on AES graduate student events by contacting  Andrew Hernann, our Graduate Student Representative.
Also at the AAA meetings
The AAA Open Forum on Engagement with Israel and Palestine will be held Thursday, December 4th, from 1:00 to 2:15pm in the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Ballroom Salon 2. Click the link for background and information on the format of the forum.
December 1 Deadline: Elsie Clews Parsons Prize
We invite students in a graduate degree-granting program (including M.A. and Ph.D.) to submit stand-alone papers demonstrating outstanding ethnography. Deadline December 1, seehttp://aesonline.org/awards/elsie-clews-parsons-prize/ for details.

AES Spring Conference
Join us at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside
San Diego, March 12-14, 2015
Conference Theme |  EMERGENCE
Proposals are due January 24, 2015 |  Call for Papers
Of the many special events, be sure to catch the Visual Anthropology Workshop, with documentary filmmaker and anthropologist Robert Lemelson (UCLA). Advance registration required (details forthcoming on the AES website). Ethnographic film and video can convey the lives of the people we study in powerful, evocative and moving ways. With new highly portable cameras and editing software, doing visual anthropology is easier than ever. During the 2015 AES meetings in San Diego, California, participants in our visual anthropology workshop will get hands-on advice about planning, shooting, and editing ethnographic footage to convey meaningful anthropological perspectives to a wide audience.

Graduate Student Workshops at the Spring Conference
So far we have lined up three student workshops for the spring AES conference in San Diego. Julia Elyachar (UC Irvine) will lead a workshop on debt and emergence. Gaston Gordillo (U British Columbia) will lead one on emergent spaces. A third workshop will be led by Angelique Haugerud (AE and Rutgers U) and Rebecca Tolen (Indiana U Press) (and possibly others) on publishing, and is for graduate students as well as early-career faculty. Details on all these workshops TBA.
American Ethnologist News
Coming in the February 2015 issue: Michael Herzfeld on power, invisibility, and the moral imperative of anthropology; Yarimar Bonilla and Jonathan Rosa on Ferguson, Missouri and the racial politics of social media; Tobias Rees on the neurological human; and more!   Visithttp://www.americanethnologist.org.
AE editor, Angelique Haugerud (Rutgers U), welcomes suggestions for future features.
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