The 4th annual Generative Anthropology Summer Conference (GASC) 2010 is shaping up to be a very exciting event, with presentations from many of the regular Anthropoetic contributors and several first-time attendees. We are all looking forward to Eric Gans’ Plenary lecture on “Haven’t We Always Been Modern,” a lecture in dialogue with Bruno Latour’s book “We Have Never Been Modern.” Vince Pecora, English dept. chair at the University of Utah, is giving the other Plenary Lecture on “Secularism, Secularization, and Why the Difference Matters.” The conference is being held this year at Westminster College in Salt Lake City and at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, just south of Salt Lake City. Please check the conference website regularly for the latest version of the schedule and other new information. Anyone with an interest in Generative Anthropology or the conference theme “The Anthropology of Modernity: The Sacred, Science, and Aesthetics” is welcome to attend.