Executive Committee Members

The PPA is administered by an elected Executive Committee of PPA members. Our call for Nominations goes out in the Summer or early Autumn via email. To see what positions are open for election each year please check this website.


President

Megan Brickley

Department of Anthropology

McMaster University

Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4L8
brickley@mcmaster.ca



Vice President

Julia Gresky

German Archaeological Institute

Department of Natural Sciences

Im Dol 2-614195 Berlin, Germany

ppa.vicepres@gmail.com



President Elect

Mary Lewis

Department of Archaeology

University of Reading

England RG6 6AB, UK

m.e.lewis@reading.ac.uk



Treasurer

Chris Stantis

(Please email for address) 

treasurer.ppa@gmail.com



Secretary 
Tina Jakob
Department of Archaeology
Durham University
Durham, UK
paleopath.secretary@gmail.com



Director-at-Large I (Student Liaison)

Siân Halcrow

Department of Anatomy

University of Otago

Dunedin, New Zealand 9016

sian.halcrow@otago.ac.nz


Paleopathology Newsletter Editor

J. Marla Toyne

Department of Anthropology

University of Central Florida

Howard Phillips Hall

Orlando, FL 32816

j.marla.toyne@ucf.edu


Director-at-Large II (Awards)

Carina Marques

Department of Anthropology

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Edinburg, Texas 78539 and 

Research Center for Anthropology and Health (CIAS)

University of Coimbra, Portugal 

anac@ci.uc.pt


IJPP Editor-in Chief

Anne Grauer

Department of Anthropology

Loyola University

Chicago, IL 60660 

agrauer@luc.edu

PPA Code of Conduct (June 2020)

adapted with permission from the American Association of Biological Anthropology.

The PPA is committed to providing a safe environment that is free of threats, intimidation, harassment, or assault, to all our members regardless of ethnicity, race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disabilities, religion, marital status, age, stage of career, or any other reason. It is unethical in any professional setting to use the inequalities of power that characterize many professional relationships to obtain personal, sexual, economic, or professional advantages. It is also unethical to engage in any type of harassment, including sexual, sexual identity, or racial/ethnic harassment and bullying. Due to their centrality in professional training and networking in our discipline, conferences (such as the PPA Annual Meetings) are clearly an extension of the workplace environment. As such, all college, university, or institutional rules regarding appropriate behavior apply in these contexts. The PPA will not tolerate harassment or intimidation of conference participants in any form.  Furthermore, the PPA will not tolerate retaliation against individuals reporting misconduct. The PPA reserves all rights to take any lawful and appropriate remedial and/or preventative action with respect to any individual who does not abide by this Code of Conduct, or disregards or violates sanctions imposed by other adjudicating bodies (e.g., court orders, universities) including, without limitation, removal from a meeting, reporting of incident(s) to appropriate authorities at the individual's home institution(s), barring the individual from future PPA meetings or events, and termination of the individual’s membership in the organization.


 

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For information or queries, please contact paleopath.secretary@gmail.com

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