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Highlights of American Anthropological Assoc. meeting

p.m and 9 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Programs and abstracts will be available for credentialed media in the Press Room.

Press Opportunities will be arranged and posted on the Press Room Bulletin Board.

Hotel Phone: 415 771-1400. Ask for Ghita Levine in the Press Room.

AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL MEETING, ATLANTA HILTON, DEC. 15-19

Contact: Ghita Levine
703 528-1902, ext. 3039
glevine@aaanet.org

A series of anthropologist authors will be in the Press Room to talk to the media.

The line-up is as listed below, but times may change so please check with the Press Room in advance.

Thursday 12.30 p.m. Author of The Fish Market at the Center of the World. How globalization has created a "Command Central" of the world's fish with tales about Maine lobsters, Tokyo sushi and the cell phone.

Friday 1 p.m. Author of From Racism to Genocide: Anthropology in the Third Reich. The untold tale of twins, their fate and the bitter role of anthropologists.

Saturday, 10.30 a.m. Authors of Fat, The Anthropology of an Obsession. Surprising tales on what fat means in different cultures.


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Contact: Ghita Levine
glevine@aaanet.org
703-528-1902 x3039
American Anthropological Association
12-Oct-2004


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