United States Locations
The Workshop on United States Locations explores current ethnographic research on the United States and Canada from social scientific fields engaging cross-disciplinary anthropological problems. In a world of global interconnections, we provide a forum for anthropologists and other social scientists crafting rigorous approaches to “locating” America as a cultural and sociological entity within, across, and outside the geographic boundaries of North America. As the anthropology of the U.S. has re-emerged over the past decade, it has incorporated the legacies of ethnographic sociology, critical geography, and American Studies. Continuing this tradition, we invite scholars from across the disciplines to participate in regular meetings to engage with both established and developing core questions.