SACC is a network of people who teach anthropology in community colleges, two-year and four-year colleges, universities and pre-collegiate institutions. A section of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), SACC was founded in 1978 to encourage dialogue and collaboration among teachers of anthropology across sub-disciplines and institutional settings, and to promote excellence in the teaching of anthropology.


AAA Meetings in Denver, Colorado November 18-22

SACC sessions

Thursday 1:45-3:45 SACC Board Meeting

Friday 12:15-1:30SACC Business Meeting

Friday 1:45-3:30 I Love It When You: Engaging Anthropology Students in the Classroom and the Field

Friday 4:00-5:45 Familiar and Strange in the Classroom: Teaching the Anthropology of Race and Ethnicity

Saturday 10:15-12:00 Five Fields Update: Current Topics

Spring Regional SACC Meetings

Northern California Region: Bay Area April 1-2, 2016 Contact Jo Rainey Rodgers

Colombus, Ohio April 1-2, 2016 Contact Karen Muir







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Video to support your Anthropology of Dance unit ...

Hula dancing is more than grass skirts and leis -- to truly dance hula is a grueling athletic art of bent knees and blisters, and the Merrie Monarch Festival is where the best of the best compete. We followed Kayli Ka'iulani Carr as she danced for the Miss Aloha Hula crown.