Conference for California Anthropology Teachers
Fri Jan 13 2023 at 05:00 pm to Sat Jan 14 2023 at 05:00 pm
Tulare Ca | Tulare, CA
After being on hold for 2021 and 2022, we are back for 2023!!
As you enjoy your summer, and are thinking about upcoming schedules, please save the dates of January 13 and 14, 2023. We will be holding the Conference for California Anthropology Teachers, or CCAT the Friday and Saturday of Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend in Tulare, and we would love to see you there! (Our former name was California Community College Anthropology Teachers Conference, or CCCATC. At the last meeting in 2020, we voted to change the name). Due to scheduling conflicts and increased prices, we have moved the venue to Tulare, a centralized location in the state.
If you had regularly attend in the past, we look forward to having you back and catching up!
If you have not attended before, please join us this year! All anthropology instructors are welcome, no matter what your specialty, experience, or type of teaching institution. If you want tips from the teaching trenches or a chance to get caught up on anthropology departments across the state, this is the conference for you!
Attend, connect, and be inspired!
A “save the date” flyer is attached here. Please share it with your fellow anthropology faculty as you gather to begin the fall term.
If funds are available at your institution for attending conferences, consider applying in advance. This is a relatively short and local meeting that allows you to really stretch a limited travel budget.
In September, more conference details, registration information, and a call for presentations will be sent via email.
For now, please save the dates and spread the word!
It is exciting to be able to plan again for our annual gathering, and looking forward to seeing everyone in January.
Debi Bolter, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology
C.A.T. Bldg, Rm 203
Modesto Junior College
Where is it happening?Tulare Ca, ,Tulare,CA,United States, Tulare, United States
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