The World Council of Anthropological Associations (WCAA) is a network of national and international associations that aims to promote worldwide communication and cooperation in anthropology.
Its primary objectives are:
- to promote the discipline of anthropology in an international context
- to promote cooperation and the sharing of information among world anthropologists
- to promote jointly organized events of scientific debate, and
- co-operation in research activities and dissemination of anthropological knowledge.
Key activities in line with these objectives are:
WCAA Task Forces
The blog can potentially serve as a world forum for anthropologists' debates. It's open to everyone. Add comments or better still, write your own piece on any anthropological topic, email it to cmgordon(at)cuhk.edu.hk, and we’ll post it.
If your association is interested to join the WCAA, read further information here.
déjà lu Issue 3
24 articles, one film and one translated article by peer reviewed anthropological journals. All can be viewed in full and many are open access courtesy of the WCAA
Read them here!
WCAA letter fighting for A level anthropology
WCAA statement on ebola
The WCAA and IUAES are working towards a strategic alliance. Read more about this process (PDF )
World Anthropologies Bibliography compiled by AAA Committee of World Anthropologies
A new archive dedicated to member association submissions to public enquiries, etc.
Read the Australian Society's submission to the National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention.