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CHAIRS: BENNETT, Linda (U Memphis) and WHITEFORD, Linda (U S Florida)
The Engaged University: What Does It Mean for Applied Anthropology? A Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropology Programs (COPAA)- organized panel session, panelists address the question, What would an “engaged university” look like, and how would one become one? Engagement – be it global or regional – bridges the void between the university and its surroundings. “Engagement implies strenuous, thoughtful, argumentative interaction with the non-university world in at least four spheres: setting universities’ aims, purposes, and priorities; relating teaching and learning to the wider world; back and forth dialogue between researchers and practitioners; and taking on wider responsibilities as neighbours and citizens.” How are the universities represented by the panelists becoming engaged and what is the place of anthropology in that vision? firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (F-66)
PANELISTS: CHRISMAN, Noel (U Wash), HYLAND, Stan (U Memphis), GREENBAUM, Susan (U S Florida), KOZAITIS, Kathryn (Georgia State U), SHACKEL, Paul (U Maryland), THU, Kendall (N Illinois U), and VASQUEZ, Miguel (N Arizona U)
You can find our more information about Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropology Programs (COPAA) at their website.
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Session took place in Santa Fe, NM at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in March 2009.