The CASCA Women’s Network serves to bring together women in Canadian anthropology, conducting research on the status of women in anthropology and in academia more broadly, and reporting to the general assembly on our work.
The Women’s Network fosters mentorship, recognition and support through a lifetime achievement award and best graduate student paper award, which includes a cash prize and publication in Anthropologica.
The coordinators of the Women’s Network are Heather Howard and Pauline McKenzie Aucoin. Please contact Heather Howard firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The communications coordinator is Stephanie Hobbis. If you have information to share on the mailing list, please send it straight to email@example.com or if you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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