The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) is an independent, interdisciplinary body of elected Fellows. Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences (FASSA) is an honour conferred for scholarly distinction in research or the advancement of social sciences.
The Academy has also made provision for the nomination of Honorary Fellows to the Academy aimed at honoring individuals who are recognized for their exemplary achievements but not necessarily in academia.
There are 632 elected Fellows (including 21 overseas Fellows and 16 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
Displaying all Fellows match the following: Anthropology
Vanuatu, Nepal, Ireland, Religion, Gender Relations
Indigenous Australia, Development, Anthropology, Economics, Resources
indigenous peoples, identity politics, comtemporary aborigines, Torres Strait Islanders, indigenous histories
identity, ethnicity, gender, culture, difference
Psychological Anthropology, Aboriginal Australian Ethnography
Environmental change and energy transitions; Ontologies and mythologies of climate change; Rural and regional Australia; Visual anthropology and ethnographic film; Ethnographic methods in interdisciplinary projects
Anthropology, History, Literature, Aboriginal Australia, race relations, Indigenous governance, cultural revivalism
anthropology of Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, nation building and cultural politics, race and racism, critical theories of modernity, cosmopolitanism
State, Poverty, Ethnic Conflict, Violence, Nationalism, Urbanization, Ritual Systems, Folk Drama, Buddhism, Zambian Urbanization, Post-Apartheid Politics in South Africa, Ritual and Politics in Kerala, Sinhalese Ritual, Comparative Anthropology, Egalita
Medical anthropology, global health, gender and sexuality, disability and chronic illness
Architectural anthropology, Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander social problems, indigenous people-environment studies, Aboriginal land tenure and Native Title
Social anthropology, symbolism, chieftainship, chaos theory, Pacific.
land and sea tenure, economic anthropology, social change and development, anthropological photography, history of anthropology in Australia
medical anthropology, higher education, Aboriginal health, health policy / services, refugee health, multiculturalism
Aboriginal societies; Aboriginal languages; indigenous art; indigenous policy; native title
anthropology, Aboriginal Australia, Melanesia, religion, change, politics, identity, 'tradition'
Aboriginal land and sea tenure, Aboriginal resource management, Customary law
Melanesian anthropology (PNG and Vanuatu); the biography of Bronislaw Malinowski