The Ethics Committee is a non-adjudicative body whose purpose is to promote ethics literacy among AAPA members and to advise the AAPA Executive Committee on ongoing and emerging issues.

The Ethics Committee is also available to serve as a sounding board for members who encounter ethical challenges in their study and practice of anthropology.

As a non-adjudicative body, the Ethics Committee does not investigate allegations, hear grievances, or resolve disputes.


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Committee members


Robert L. Anemone

Robert L. Anemone

Chair

Jennifer Wagner

Jennifer Wagner

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Ann M. Kakaliouras

Christina Torres-Rouff

Christina Torres-Rouff

Michele Goldsmith

Michele L. Goldsmith

Julienne Rutherford

Julienne Rutherford

David Strait

David Strait

Nina G. Jablonski

Nina G. Jablonski

Trudy Turner

Trudy R. Turner

Alyssa Bader

Alyssa Bader

Ethics Fellow

Cara Hirst

Cara Hirst

Ethics Fellow

Tisa Loewen

Tisa Loewen

Ethics Fellow

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