Who we are

Who we are

SACC is a network of people who teach anthropology in community and two-year colleges. SACC’s major interests are in the teaching of anthropology, sharing teaching strategies, increasing the visibility of community colleges.

 

 

What we do

What we do

SACC sponsors annual conferences and publishes a journal- SACC/AAA Papers from Annual Meetings, and a column in AAA’s Anthropology News. We also engage with multiple social media platforms to disseminate information and facilitate discussions. We publish the Open-Access Cultural Anthropology textbook, Perspectives: An Open Invitation to Cultural Anthropology.

Conferences

Conferences

SACC has offers engaging and unique conferences that include meals and tours of anthropologically relevant locations. Our smaller meetings provide a more relaxed and friendly environment to share ideas and foster lively discussions.

Giving Papers

Giving Papers

Our conferences provide an informal, supportive and encouraging environment to present papers in all four fields of anthropology. We also welcome papers that specifically address teaching anthropology in the community college setting.

Networking

Networking

Networking comes naturally at conferences in a friendly environment. It is the easy way you chat with your seatmate on the bus traveling to an archeological site. It is learning of a job opening in your district and preparing your resume in advance.