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easa network rules (updated September 2016)

A network is designed to enable scholars based in different countries and at different institutions to work together around a specific anthropological topic and to be open to others interested in the same topic to join. A network can improve collaborations and dialogue between EASA members and non-members and do so in a less formal way than a thematic association.