at the 4-diamond Battle House Renaissance Hotel & Spa
( Hotel Booking Information -
Deadline for group rates HAS PASSED)
26 NORTH ROYAL STREET
MOBILE, AL 36602
SASci's upcoming winter/spring meeting will take place in conjunction with the Society for CrossCultural Research (SCCR).
We welcome your contributions and look forward to exciting research, inspiring debates and an amicable get-together!
Abstracts (pdf) Abstracts (web page)
SASci values and encourages student contributions at our annual meeting. We offer plenty of opportunity for you to
For further information, registration and submissions please fill in form following registration below or contact:
Robert Moore RMoore AT Rollins.edu
or Michael Fischer M.D.Fischer@kent.ac.uk
Members: $125 by February 11; $135 from February 12
Non-Members: $135 by February 11; $145 from February 12
Retirees: $80 by February 11; $90 from February 12
Students: $50 by February 11; $60 from February 12
The registration fee includes:
After pressing Submit, complete Registration by Paying if you have not done so!
As an open and dynamic group we would like to enable membership for everyone by keeping fees as low as possible:
Professional membership dues are $10 per year.
Student membership for SASci is free!
You need not be a member of the American Anthropological Association to become a member of SASci. However, if you already have a AAA membership you can also join the Society for Anthropological Sciences (SAS) section. This will cost $10 section dues as we do not have the option to offer 'free' membership for AAA sections. Joining SAS also makes you a member of SASci.
To become a member of SASci please sign up at http://anthrosciences.org/csac/signup.xsp!
You are very welcome to join the SASci list-serve and participate in our discussions at any time, regardless of membership status.
The Society for Anthropological Sciences was organized to promote empirical research and social science in anthropology. The members of SASci want to further the development of anthropological science as empirical knowledge based on testable theory, sound research design and systematic methods for the collection and analysis of data. We seek to fulfill the historic mission of anthropology to describe and explain the range of variation in human biology, society, and culture across time and space.
We welcome scholars from all backgrounds and value the different shapes and shades anthropology as a social science can take.