For any practicing or applied anthropologists out there, the Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropologists (COPAA) has recently launched a new website you may want to check out. The site is considerably more interactive than the previous site with a member blog, news, discussion boards. If you are unfamiliar with COPAA, read on to learn more about the organization.
What is the Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropologists (COPAA)?
COPAA is an independent consortium of university departments and programs, practitioners and organizations that provide education and training in applied and practicing anthropology. Their mission is to advance the education and training of students, faculty, and practitioners in applied anthropology.
What Does COPAA Do?
COPAA is a consortium of academic departments and professional anthropologists interested in applied anthropology and practice. They collaborate with each other on research, implementation and evaluation projects, conference sessions, pane, s and other activities.
Interested in learning more? Check out COPAA’s Bylaws.
Other Applied Anthropology Organizations
Check out these posts if you are interested in learning more about other applied anthropology organizations including the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference, the EASA Applied Anthropology Network Applied Anthropology Network Why the World Needs Anthropologists: Designing the Future, and the Business Anthropology website and community.