The Human Relations Area Files at Yale University is pleased to announce a one-year internship in memory of HRAF’s former President, Melvin Ember. The intent of the internship is to learn about cross-cultural research and methods through practical experience. Some of the main goals will be:
1) helping Carol Ember, President of HRAF, prepare modules summarizing cross-cultural research;
2) read and analyze recent cross-cultural research with the goal of summarizing materials for researchers; and
3) learn about coding ethnographic materials by participating in a cross-cultural research project.
The deadline is April 3, 2017. For details about the internship position go to the “eHRAF Highlights” section on our home page (http://hraf.yale.edu) and click the title “2017 HRAF Internship in Honor of Melvin Ember.”
Founded at Yale University, HRAF is an internationally recognized organization in the field of cultural anthropology. HRAF’s mission is to encourage and facilitate the cross-cultural study of human culture, society, and behavior in the past and present.