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Report of the SGA/SSA Annual Meeting 2021 in Chur

On Friday, 26 November 2021, the Swiss Society of Anthropology conducted a workshop with the topic "Diachrone Trends in der Anthropologie" ("Diachronic Trends in Anthropology"), followed by the annual meeting and presentations on the next day. Due to the Covid certificate requirement and wearing of masks, it was possible to hold the meeting and workshop in presence. Both took place in the Loësaal in Chur (GR) and were hosted and organised in collaboration with the Archäologischer Dienst Graubünden (ADG, Archaeological Service of Grisons).

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  • Anthropology