Knock on Wood: Perception, Prediction and Persistence of Charcoal Production in Haiti 

[Open to members of the Society for Applied Anthropology]

March 2017 (Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA)


Rakbwa: The Managed Woodlots of Southern Haiti

[Open to members of the Haitian Studies Association]

November 2016 (Cap Haitien, Haiti)

Managing Land and Labor in Forest and Farm

WITHDRAWN – [Open to members of the Society for Applied Anthropology]

Thursday, March 31, 2016: 5:30 PM-7:30 PM.

Panel Chair: Andrew Tarter

Six Decades of Landscape-Level Land Management Efforts in Haiti

WITHDRAWN – [Open to members of the Society for Applied Anthropology]

Thursday, March 31, 2016: ~6:50 PM.

Panel: Managing Land and Labor in Forest and Farm
Presenter: Andrew Tarter


Café Scientifique – The Society for Anthropological Sciences and the American Anthropological Association Meet Local Denver Science Enthusiasts

[Open to the public]

The Society for Anthropological Sciences is sponsoring a public event in collaboration with the Denver chapter of Café Scientifique. Founded in England in 1998, Café Scientifique, is based on the French Café Philosophique model. It is a worldwide grassroots movement of individuals endeavoring to promote scientific engagement with the general public. This forum provides an opportunity for anthropologists to engage local science enthusiasts in an informal setting, making new bridges between anthropology and broader publics.

Sponsored By: Society for Anthropological Sciences
Location: Brooklyn’s at the Pepsi Center
Address: 901 Auraria Parkway Denver, CO 80204
Organizers: Valerie V Feria-Isacks (Center for Applied Anthropology, Foothill College) and Andrew Tarter (University of Florida).

Responding to Student Concerns (PART 2):
for Preparing Anthropology Students for the Real Job Market

[Open to attendees of the 2015 American Anthropological Association Meeting, Denver]

Saturday, November 21, 2015: 1:45 PM-3:30 PM

Sponsor: AAA Committee on Practicing Applied & Public Interest Anthropology
Chairs:  Barbara Rylko-Bauer (Michigan State University) and
Andrew Tarter (University of Florida)

Haitian Farmers’ Adaptive Responses to Ongoing Socio-Ecological Changes

[Open to members of the American Anthropological Association] 

Saturday, November 21, 2015: 8:45 AM

Sponsor:  Culture and Agriculture
Panel: New Directions in Agriculture and Culture
Presenter: Andrew Tarter