[URBANTH-L]Remember Tampa

David W. Haines dhaines1 at gmu.edu
Mon Sep 4 15:55:50 EDT 2006

To SUNTA members and friends:

As we move toward the AAA meeting in San Jose, don't
forget Tampa next spring. The deadline for submissions
is October 15. Remember to watch for the check-off
boxes for SUNTA on the SfAA web forms. That will keep
your registration at the regular SfAA rate and ensure that
papers and sessions are routed to me and the SUNTA
review committee.

Meeting information is at:

Best regards,

David Haines
SUNTA program chair

P.S. The latest list of potential sessions is reprinted
below. This is not meant to limit you--just give some
options and ideas.


Interim list of sessions for SUNTA with SfAA in Tampa

  1.     Plenary (former SUNTA presidents on the section's past and future)
                 Van Kemper will organize

  2.     Principles of Disaster and Displacement
                 Art Hansen art.hansen at mindspring.com

  3.     Disaster/Displacement: Case Studies
                 Doreen Indra will probably organize

  4.     Homelessness
                 Jule Adkins DrJAdkins at aol.com

  5.     Role of Faith-Based NGO's
                 Also Julie Adkins DrJAdkins at aol.com

  6.     Gentrification
                 Sam Beck sbeck at med.cornell.edu

  7.     New Technology in Fieldwork (especially Visual Anthropology)
                 Matt Durington mdurington at towson.edu

  8.     Anthropology, Urban Planning, and Sustainable Cities
Alison M Meadow ffamm1 at uaf.edu may be able to co-organize
  9.     Migration and Health
                 Anahi Viladrich aviladri at hunter.cuny.edu

10.     Securitization: Risk and Policy (Community Program Level)
                 Laura Davis davi0400 at umn.edu

11.     International Education: Study Abroad and Informed Tourism
                 Kimberly Jones kjones14 at elon.edu

12.     Urban Fieldwork (research and teaching aspects with undergradautes)
                 Ida Fadzillah ifadzill at mtsu.edu

13.     Disability
                 Lisa Greenman pazyamore at yahoo.com

14.     Multicultural/Intercultural Higher Education
                 Greg Tanaka Gtanaka2 at aol.com
                 David Haines dhaines1 at gmu.edu

15.     Illegal immigration
                 Heide Castaneda hcastane at email.arizona.edu


For participation in a general poster session or two (students 
encouraged), contact:
         Jayne Howell jhowell at csulb.edu

For general refugee and migration interests, contact CORI's program chair:
         Nancy Burke nburke at cc.ucsf.edu

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