Dear CAE members:
The excitement builds as the AAA meeting gets closer!
We know you are busy with packing, grading, writing, and making your powerpoint look great; yet, the following information may make your meeting experience a bit easier.
CHECK OUT THE CAE/AAA PROGRAM
* If you haven’t yet, make sure you print or download the handy CAE Program PDF. Share it with your colleagues, students, or others who are new to CAE/AAA.
* Remember there is a CAE event on Saturday, 11/23 at the Field Museum. You can register at “Engaging the Public in the Anthropology of Education.” ($15.00 regular/$30 with lunch)
* AAA has made a available a Personal Schedule and a Meeting Mobile app for Android, iPhone and iPad devices. You should know that the information in these tools will sync; if you have already created your schedule in the AAA website, this data will be available in the mobile app. Learn more about how to use the AAA mobile app here: AAA Annual Meeting Mobile Application: A Brief Survival Guide
* Green Registration: Remember that if you signed up for “Green Registration” back in March (so long ago!) , you will not receive a printed program in Chicago. So make sure sure you review the online program and get the app, so this is not you upon registration.
* Last but not least: Bookmark this CAE website in your browser or iPad! We will be posting updates and relevant information there. It’s much better than searching for CAE messages in your email inbox.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!
* AAA has put together an Annual Meeting FAQ with relevant info on registration hours, social media, etc.
* An important highlight: There will be Internet at the Hilton!
Is wi-fi available in the Chicago Hilton?
Yes! Thanks to our generous sponsors, Intel, wireless internet will be available in public areas of the Chicago Hilton for attendees use. Bring your laptops or your smart phones to keep connected!
USING SOCIAL MEDIA
* The official hashtag for the event is #AAA2013. Although some folks use #AAA13 to save 2 characters.
* Please post and follow CAE events using the hashtag #CAE13.
* Bookmark and visit the AAA blog with Annual Meeting posts
DO YOU *LOVE* SOCIAL MEDIA? AND CAE?
* If you (or people you know) are interested in supporting CAE, and working in social media initiatives, please let us know. Service opportunities available! Please email or talk to CAE webmaster ([email protected]) at the meeting –most of the time, I look like this.
Thanks and safe travels everybody,
*photo by Damon Garrett
On Sat. morning Nov. 23 the apex of the CAE program will occur at Chicago’s Field Museum (not at the regular conference hotel). Between 8 AM and 2 PM, we will have the CAE new scholars poster session, four regular program panels, a workshop on publishing in AEQ, a book club discussion (of Ian Hodder’s Things), and an information session about the summer field school in Cambodia that our colleague Yuri Wellington coordinates.
Registration is $15 [regular] or $30 for those who want to sign up for a box lunch.
You can register at: http://bit.ly/nfKQpF with the event title on the website being “Engaging the Public in the Anthropology of Education.”
History of the Event
(posted by Ted Hamann)
I want to remind many of you of the ‘Canterbury Convocation’ and to teach others of you of a nugget of CAE history that you might not be aware of. I am doing so as part of a turnout effort to encourage you to register for The Study and Practice of Education in Greater Chicago and around the World, a special multi-part CAE event that will be held at Chicago’s Field Museum on Saturday morning Nov. 23. In brief, ‘Canterbury Convocation’ references the special miniature conference that CAE organized in 2004 when a labor dispute at the San Francisco Hilton Towers and related reluctance by AAA members to cross a picket line meant the venue of AAA’s annual meeting was changed at the last minute from San Francisco to Atlanta. Rather than participate in a last-minute event (on different dates) in Atlanta at a hotel that was not unionized, CAE decided to host its whole program on the original dates at San Francisco’s Canterbury Hotel (which was union friendly). Those who were there will recall the intimacy and charge of meeting as 500 instead of as a small segment of the 6000+ who attend a regular annual meeting. While 2004 was a disaster for AAA, it was not one for our section. Indeed, in my recollection the energy of Canterbury catalyzed our efforts for a number of years following.
I mention all of this because in 2013, CAE is endeavoring to recapture a bit of that Canterbury magic. We have gained access to the Field Museum (less than a mile from the conference site) on Saturday morning Nov. 23 where we will have the CAE new scholars poster session, four regular program panels, a workshop on publishing in AEQ and a book club discussion (of Ian Hodder’s Things). In other words, we will again have a venue to meet primarily as CAE. The important exception to that is that we have invited local teachers to attend as well (end earn continuing education credits). To participate in this installation, requires special registration, however (and $15 dollars to cover morning breakfast costs or $30 to cover breakfast and lunch). Please put this on your calendar, sign up (http://bit.ly/nfKQpF) with the event title on the website being “Engaging the Public in the Anthropology of Education”), and get ready to rekindle the magic of Canterbury.
Dear CAE listserve members,
This message is overdue and I apologize for lagging in my communication.
It’s been a super busy summer, but I will spare you the details right now!
The main reason I’m writing is to encourage everyone to check out the
fabulous sessions and special events lined up for CAE. The program on the
AAA website is searchable, and I’ve found the easiest way to quickly get an
overview of CAE activities is to simply search by section: Select CAE from
the long list of sections and you will get to this listing:
This makes it a little less overwhelming than searching the entire program.
Of course, you may also want to to search by key words within the whole
I want to thank Marjorie Faulstich Orellana, our Program Chair and
President Elect, and her two fabulous student assistants for all their
patient and hard work in getting the program together. There may be a few
scheduling glitches, but believe me, Marjorie did the best she could to
shift things after AAA made its schedule. CAE has more special events than
most other sections, and the available time slots for special events don’t
always cover the number of events we submit. So that’s why in some cases,
conflicts were unavoidable.
CAE Board members, we will have our Board meeting on Thursday from 2-5 pm.
It’s really important that all Board members come to that as it’s really
the only time we are all together with the sole purpose of sharing what
we’ve accomplished in the past year and discussing key intitiatives we want
to undertake in the coming years. Other CAE members are welcome to attend.
The CAE Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony is on Friday from 6:15-7:30.
This is the annual gathering of all CAE members and anyone else interested
in CAE. We hope to see a large crowd!
More highlights of the program will be posted soon, by Marjorie, myself, or
Best regards to all,
Rosemary Henze, CAE President
*Call for Applications*
*CAE New Scholar Travel Stipend*
*AAA Annual Meeting, November 20-24, 2013, Chicago, IL *
To support participation in its activities and annual meetings, the Council
on Anthropology of Education *(CAE) awards several stipends to New Scholars
(graduate students or recent graduates) *who are selected to present a
CAE-sponsored paper or poster.
The stipends are intended to help defray expenses associated with
participating in the annual meetings. Individuals are eligible to receive
the stipend only one time, and *first-time presenters will receive priority*.
Preference is given to individuals from underrepresented US groups who meet
the criteria below on a competitive basis.
The winning awardees will be notified prior to the AAA meetings, but the
awards will be formally announced and checks given out at the CAE business
meeting held in conjunction with the AAA meetings in Chicago, IL., November
– New Scholar (graduate student or recent graduate)
– First author on a paper or poster selected for presentation in a
CAE-sponsored session at AAA 2013
– Priority given to new scholars from an underrepresented group
– Priority given to first-time presenters
– Priority given to members of AAA
– Priority given to members of CAE
*Selection Based Upon:*
1. Eligibility (see above)
2. Financial need as described
3. Quality of paper or poster
To apply, please send an email with the following information:
1. Your name, institutional affiliation, CURRENT mailing address,
telephone, and email;
2. A statement that:
a. you are a graduate student or recent graduate;
b. you are the first author on a paper or poster for a presentation in a CAE-sponsored session at AAA;
c. how many times you have presented at AAA prior to this year;
d. whether you consider yourself a member of an underrepresented group;
e. whether you are a member of AAA; and
f. whether you are a member of CAE.
3. A brief statement of financial need and how the stipend will
support your ability to present your work at CAE;
4. A copy of the abstract *and* the author data form you submitted
with your paper or poster proposal to AAA.
*Only complete applications are eligible for consideration*.
*Deadline: September 30, 2013 (receipt of material)*
To apply for this stipend, please send the information above by September
30, 2013 to:
CAE Second Year Member at Large
Chair, CAE New Scholar Travel Stipends
*E-Mail: [email protected]*