Sao Paulo, July 2-5, 2012
Members of scientific associations which are part of the World Council of
Anthropological Associations (WCAA) are eligible to submit proposals for
round tables (panels) and Research Discussion Groups.
Deadline: September, 15, 2011
General norms and other information are online: http://www.28rba.abant.org.br
Versions in English and Spanish are available: enter and click on the flags.
ASA12: Arts and aesthetics in a globalising world,
Delhi, 3-6th April 2012
The Call for Panels is now open and closes 30th September. Collaborative
proposals with South Asian scholars will be welcomed.
The conference will be preceded by the WCAA biennial meeting and a one-day
symposium on anthropology of global issues - hosted by IAS, IAA and ASA in
central Delhi. Details will be posted on the site when we have them.
EASA2012: Uncertainty and disquiet
Nanterre, Paris, 10-13th July 2012
The EASA biennial will be held in Nanterre, and the call for panels is now
open, closing 30th September.
IUAES 2013: Evolving Humanity, Emerging Worlds
Manchester, 5-10th August 2013
The IUAES congress 2013 call for panels is open and will close 1st
November. A very wide-ranging conference: there is scope for all to
present their work.
RAI conference: Anthropology in the World
British Museum, London 8th-10th June 2012
The Call for Panels is open.
While anthropology has influenced the world outside universities in many
different ways, we have not yet attempted to sketch out clearly the way
that this has taken place. To gain a better understanding of how and where
anthropology is influential will be potential useful in many ways both
theoretical and practical: it will give us a better understanding of
anthropology's intellectual place, it will help us understand where we may
be most effective, and it will help us greatly in helping and advising
those who may wish to seek a career that is relevant to their
anthropological studies. This conference welcomes those persons within
universities who are curious as to the discipline's wider place in the
external world; those who are already employing their anthropological
skills outside academia, those who might wish to employ anthropologists,
and those who are studying anthropology and wonder how it may be a useful
skill for them in the future. Panels may be conventional in format, or
they may be fluid, for example round-tables, film showings, or debates.