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AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

AAS Forums

Hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society

Welcome to AAS Forums

AAS Forums is a powerful discussion forums website hosted by the Australian Anthropological Society. It is configured so that members and interested non-members alike can participate in discussions and communications about all things anthropology. Click here for more information about AAS Forums. The key details are:

AAS members have full access to this AAS Forums website and can use the same login details here as for the main AAS website.

Non-AAS members are welcome to sign up for AAS Forums participation.

It is possible to create multiple forums, which can be set up to function as online and email-based forums (aka listserves).

AAS Forums participants can submit requests for dedicated forums (e.g. for specific topics, purposes or sub-groups).

All participants are subject to the moderation rules (AAS members and non-members alike).

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Become a full AAS Member

The Australian Anthropological Society is a member-based association committed to representing the profession of anthropology in Australia. The Society recognises that anthropological work is broad in scope and includes academic research, teaching, consultancies, industry engagements, advocacy, activism and public commentary.

The Society seeks to advance anthropology through a range of activities, including organising the annual AAS conference, editing the Society’s flagship journal The Australian Journal of Anthropology (TAJA) sharing knowledge and disseminating information though The Q Newsletter and Monthly e-Bulletin, and promoting the work and activities of anthropologists through various communication and media channels (follow us on Twitter and Instagram).

The multi-faceted goals of the Society have led to a vibrant and engaged community of anthropologists, including scholars, industry practitioners and students. Members of the Society currently include a substantial proportion of the practising and student anthropologists in Australia, along with some members based overseas.

The Society supports the activities of its members through a range of initiatives, including support for the student's network, the annual theses and article prizes, grant and funding opportunities, providing access to AAS Forums, supporting thematic and collaborative networks, and offering discounted registration rates to the annual conference and TAJA subscriptions.

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Acknowledgement of Sovereignty

The Australian Anthropological Society acknowledges the sovereignty of First Peoples past, present and future in all the places and spaces where we meet and work.