All members can contribute to the following sections. Everyone can read.
- AnthroMethods - Notes and Queries for the 21st Century
- Discussion - Discussion on articles and topics
- Teaching - Teaching resources
- Employment - Positions available - Members -- enter positions (Please remove as well!)
- Cooperation - Requests for cooperation
- SASci website info - Information from the SASci website
- Current Events - Events of interest to members
- Help - The basics ... as you learn contribute some help.
Proposed Panels and Papers - Propose a panel or add a paper to a proposed panel.
Future SASci Meetings - Request for feedback on future SASci meetings from David Kronenfeld and John Gatewood
AnthroMethods - Notes and Queries for the 21st Century
The Society for Anthropological Sciences (SASci) was organised to promote empirical research and social science in anthropology. The members of SAS 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.
In the navigation box to the left there are links to the major sections of the wiki. These include a collaborative site for disseminating information about methods, discussion of issues, and much of the information that is currently on the SASci website (which is drawn from the same source).
Anyone can read most of the site, but to contribute new material and access some member only information you must be a SASci member and -->register here<-- for a user account with the wiki. Only members of SASci can register. When registering you must use the email address that you used when joining SASci. If you have more than one email address, keep trying with alternates. This restriction aims to deter vandalism. I apologise for any frustration that arises from registration.
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