This blog has been set up by the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth (more easily known as the ASA) to further discussion on all aspects of anthropology. There will be a guest blogger each month who will post articles to get discussions going. If you are interested to be a guest blogger please contact admin(at)theasa.org.
The views expressed on this site are not necessarily those of the ASA
The ASA was founded in 1946 to promote the study and teaching of social anthropology, to present the interests of social anthropology and to maintain its professional status. Its aim is to assist in any way possible in planning research, to collate and publish information on social anthropology and to function as a register of social anthropologists.
For more information about the ASA visit their website