Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography (SSAG)
- SSAG publishes the scientific journals Geografiska Annaler, Series A: Physical Geography, Geografiska Annaler, Series B: Human Geography and kritisk etnografi – Swedish Journal of Anthropology, and the yearbook Ymer – an anthology in Swedish on a current theme of research.
- SSAG supports geographical and anthropological research with scholarships.
- SSAG arranges gatherings with lectures and the scientific symposium the Vega Day with international speakers.
- SSAG hands out medals.
Anyone who is interested in geography or anthropology is welcome to become a member.
Statutes and regulations
The SSAG Medal in Gold to Professor Emily Martin
The Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography has decided to award Professor Emily Martin, New York University, USA, for her contributions to anthropology in a long row of influential books and articles. 24 April 2019 Professor Martin will receive SSAG’s Medal in Gold from the patron of the Society, His Majesty the King of Sweden. On the same day the Vega Symposium is focusing on Professor Martin’s research.