This is a blog recording the announcements that are sent out on the CASCA listserv.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

CASCA: Job postings/Offres d'emploi

(English follows)

Les offres d'emploi suivantes viennent d'être ajoutées à notre banque.


-Open Rank, Social Justice and Peace Studies
UWO

-Job-Facilitator-Social Justice Research Institute
Brock University

-Education - Tier II Canada Research Chair (Indigenous Health, Healing and
Psychological Wellness in Education)
UBC

-3 Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellows
University of Toronto - Jackman Humanities Institute



Consultez-les ou voyez toute la liste en visitant notre site Web:

www.cas-sca.ca

Merci

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The following job postings have just been added to our job page:


-Open Rank, Social Justice and Peace Studies
UWO

-Job-Facilitator-Social Justice Research Institute
Brock University

-Education - Tier II Canada Research Chair (Indigenous Health, Healing and
Psychological Wellness in Education)
UBC

-3 Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellows
University of Toronto - Jackman Humanities Institute



See them and others on our website:

www.cas-sca.ca

Thank you

CFP: Capitalism in the Classroom: Neoliberalism, Education and Progressive Alternatives

Dear Friends,


Alternate Routes is pleased to announce our most recent Call
For Papers: *Capitalism in the Classroom: Neoliberalism, Education and
Progressive Alternatives*.

For more information please see:

http://www.alternateroutes.ca/index.php/ar

We hope that you will consider submitting an article for both our upcoming
conference to be held on April 4, 2014 at Ryerson University and our
special issue.


Also, we are very pleased to announce that with the publication
of our next issue – *Environmental Intersections: Climate Change,
Capitalism and Prospects for Change* – tentatively scheduled for
publication this October, AR will be going completely open access. In
keeping with our journal mandate to be a public academic journal this
ensures that our peer-reviewed articles, interventions pieces,
commentaries, online lectures and reviews reach as many people as possible.


We thank you for your continued support and look forward to
seeing you in April 2014. In the meantime, please stay tuned for our
forthcoming issue to be released later this year. As always, should you
have any questions please send an email to editor@alternateroutes.ca or
visit www.alternateroutes.ca


Best wishes,

Carlo Fanelli and Bryan Evans (Ryerson University)

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Pacific Studies PhD and MA scholarships - University of Auckland

Pacific Studies PhD and MA scholarships - University of Auckland


Pacific Studies PhD and MA scholarships: University of Auckland.
The Centre for Pacific Studies at the University of Auckland is a global
leader in the study of the Pacific Islands. The Centre is an
interdisciplinary unit which is home to a large group of scholars
specializing in the study of the Pacific, at New Zealand's leading
international research university, located in the world's largest
Polynesian city. The Centre for Pacific Studies is offering one PhD and 3
MA scholarships for 2014 and is seeking application from motivated
students with background in Pacific studies, political studies, history,
sociology, law, anthropology, development studies or any other relevant
disciplines. The focus of the research will be in the broad area of human
and political security and the deadline is 31 August 2013. Details could
be found on the links below.
PhD scholarship:
http://www.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/cs-search-for-scholarships-and-awards?form=details&detailCode=500703.
Masters scholarships:
http://www.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/cs-search-for-scholarships-and-awards?form=details&detailCode=500705

Monday, August 26, 2013

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Apologies, the message below was distributed to the list in error,
please disregard it.


Canadian Defence Academy Professional Development (PD) Symposium 2013 "We
Need a Paradigm Shift in PD"
*Thought provoking*
*Looking out to 2030…*
*What do you think?*
18 November – Symposium Dinner
19-20 November – Symposium


The Symposium will address the Professional Development challenges out of
2030 and focus on the key emerging results of the ongoing CAF Professional
Development Study, including Developmental Period 5, the future of the CAF
NCM corps and the CAF Campus Project. Also, we will discuss how some of
these issues impact on the CF Performance Assessment System (CFPAS) and
Succession Planning.

MGen Eric Tremblay, Commander CDA, will give the opening remarks.

Keynote speakers will be advertised shortly.


Limited seating!

Registration instructions, location and agenda will be sent out shortly!


For more information, please contact Melanie Denis at
melanie.denis@forces.gc.ca


____________________________________________________


Symposium de l'Académie canadienne de la Défense sur le perfectionnement
professionnel (PP), édition 2013

« Pour le PP, un changement de paradigme s'impose »
*Susciter la réflexion*
*Le regard tourné vers 2030…*
*Qu'en pensez-vous?*
18 novembre – Dîner du symposium
19 et 20 novembre – Symposium


Au cours de ce symposium, nous nous pencherons sur les défis à relever
d'ici 2030 en ce qui concerne le perfectionnement professionnel et nous
jetterons un coup d'œil particulier sur les résultats clés initiaux de
l'étude en cours sur le perfectionnement professionnel des FAC, y compris
la période de perfectionnement 5, l'avenir du corps des MR des FAC et le
projet Campus des FAC. Il y sera également question de l'incidence de
certains de ces éléments sur le Système d'évaluation du personnel des
Forces canadiennes (SEPFC) et sur la planification de la relève.

Le Mgén Éric Tremblay, commandant de l'ACD, présentera le mot de bienvenue.

Les conférenciers seront annoncés sous peu.


Places limitées!

Les informations relatives à l'inscription, à l'emplacement et à l'horaire
seront diffusées bientôt!


Pour de plus amples informations, prière de communiquer avec Mélanie Denis
à melanie.denis@forces.gc.ca

Friday, August 23, 2013

Call for consultant - Gender Equality in Elected Office Action Plan

From: Omar Siddique [mailto:omar.siddique@undp.org]

Subject: Call for consultant - Gender Equality in Elected Office Action Plan


Dear Members,


UNDP's Asia-Pacific Regional Centre is currently seeking the services of
an expert consultant to support the development of National Action Plans
for Political Equality in Elected Office in Asia and the Pacific. Detailed
information on the scope of work, application procedures and evaluation
criteria for this assignment can be found at:

http://asia-pacific.undp.org/whatsnew/consultants.html


Proposals should be submitted by email to rcb.procurement.th@undp.org no
later than 28 August 2013.


With warm regards,


Omar

Thursday, August 22, 2013

We Need a Paradigm Shift in PD --- Pour le PP, un changement de paradigme s=?iso-8859-1?Q?=92impose?=

Canadian Defence Academy Professional Development (PD) Symposium 2013
"We Need a Paradigm Shift in PD"
*Thought provoking*
*Looking out to 2030…*
*What do you think?*
18 November – Symposium Dinner
19-20 November – Symposium


The Symposium will address the Professional Development challenges out of
2030 and focus on the key emerging results of the ongoing CAF Professional
Development Study, including Developmental Period 5, the future of the CAF
NCM corps and the CAF Campus Project. Also, we will discuss how some of
these issues impact on the CF Performance Assessment System (CFPAS) and
Succession Planning.

MGen Eric Tremblay, Commander CDA, will give the opening remarks.

Keynote speakers will be advertised shortly.


Limited seating!

Registration instructions, location and agenda will be sent out shortly!


For more information, please contact Melanie Denis at
melanie.denis@forces.gc.ca


____________________________________________________


Symposium de l'Académie canadienne de la Défense sur le perfectionnement
professionnel (PP), édition 2013

« Pour le PP, un changement de paradigme s'impose »
*Susciter la réflexion*
*Le regard tourné vers 2030…*
*Qu'en pensez-vous?*
18 novembre – Dîner du symposium
19 et 20 novembre – Symposium


Au cours de ce symposium, nous nous pencherons sur les défis à relever
d'ici 2030 en ce qui concerne le perfectionnement professionnel et nous
jetterons un coup d'œil particulier sur les résultats clés initiaux de
l'étude en cours sur le perfectionnement professionnel des FAC, y compris
la période de perfectionnement 5, l'avenir du corps des MR des FAC et le
projet Campus des FAC. Il y sera également question de l'incidence de
certains de ces éléments sur le Système d'évaluation du personnel des
Forces canadiennes (SEPFC) et sur la planification de la relève.

Le Mgén Éric Tremblay, commandant de l'ACD, présentera le mot de bienvenue.

Les conférenciers seront annoncés sous peu.


Places limitées!

Les informations relatives à l'inscription, à l'emplacement et à l'horaire
seront diffusées bientôt!


Pour de plus amples informations, prière de communiquer avec Mélanie Denis à
melanie.denis@forces.gc.ca

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Refugees and Exiles in Postwar Europe: US Holocaust Memorial Museum Panel Discussion

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Washington, DC

SUMMER RESEARCH WORKSHOP PANEL DISCUSSION
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 2–4 P.M.
Landscapes of the Uprooted: Refugees and Exiles in Postwar Europe
Helena Rubinstein Auditorium
The Holocaust and World War II displaced or made homeless more than 30
million Europeans from all parts of the continent. However, the many
distinct categories of refugees in postwar Europe have predominantly been
studied in isolation from one another. This workshop brings together an
international team of specialists who will discuss how to integrate these
important and fascinating stories in a way that illuminates the profound
human cost of the war and its aftermath.

Reservations are requested. RSVP online at ushmm.org/events/refugeeworkshop.

This program is supported by the Helena Rubinstein Foundation.

Presenters:

Verena Buser, independent scholar, Berlin, Germany

Kateřina Čapková, Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for
Contemporary History, Prague, Czech Republic

Boaz Cohen, Senior Lecturer and Chair, Holocaust Studies Program, Western
Galilee College, Akko, Israel

Kierra Crago-Schneider, Visiting Lecturer, Department of History and
Jewish Studies, University of California, Davis, California

Marta Dyczok, Associate Professor, Departments of History and Political
Science, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada

Margarete Myers Feinstein, Research Scholar, Center for the Study of Women,
University of California, Los Angeles, California

Laura Hilton, Professor, Department of History, Muskingum University, New
Concord, Ohio

Łukasz Krzyżanowski, PhD candidate, Institute of Sociology,
University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland

Rainer Schulze, Professor of History, University of Essex, Essex, Great
Britain

Adam R. Seipp, Associate Professor, Department of History, Texas A&M
University, College Station, Texas (Workshop Coordinator)

Andrea A. Sinn, DAAD Professor of German History, University of California,
Berkeley, California (Workshop Coordinator)

UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW Washington, DC 20024-2126
202.488.0400

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

HREA Women's Rights Courses (Online)

Dear Colleagues,

HREA offers several courses in September-November 2013 for those
interested to advance their knowledge and skills to advocate for gender
equality and women's rights:
Gender Mainstreaming (28 August-12 November 2013) - This e-learning course
aims to provide participants with a comprehensive knowledge of gender
mainstreaming and gender analysis. It draws on best practice and case
studies from around the world.
The course also provides the opportunity to focus on a specific sectors or
policy areas (such as, education, sexual exploitation and abuse,
organisational development, or human resources) and for participants to
employ this knowledge in their own workplace through an action research
topic. This instructor-led course involves approximately 50 hours of
reading, on-line working groups, interaction with participants and
instructors, webinars, quizzes and assignments, and is offered over an
11-week period.
Gender and Human Rights (Foundation Course) (4 September-15 October 2013)
- This e-learning course provides a general introduction to the evolution
of concepts of gender equality and women's rights within the international
human rights system.
This instructor-led course involves approximately 30 hours of reading,
on-line working groups, interaction with participants and instructors,
webinars, quizzes and written assignment, and is offered over a 6-week
period. For more detailed information and online registration:
www.hrea.org/gender-and-human-rights
Gender and Humanitarian Action (25 September-5 November 2013) - Through this
e-learning course staff members of (international) development agencies
and NGOs will be introduced to the relevance of gender to humanitarian
programming. The course identifies why addressing gender matters in
humanitarian response and will make participants familiar with key
frameworks underpinning gender mainstreaming approaches. For further
information and to register online, please visit:
www.hrea.org/gender-and-humanitarian-action
Monitoring Women's Rights (25 September-5 November 2013) - This e-learning
course is an introduction to documenting and monitoring women's human
rights and gender equality. It will critically look at the gendered
dimension to women's human rights violations and the challenges in
implementing and monitoring these rights in an analytical framework. The
course will address the cycle of monitoring, including tool development;
methodologies for carrying out documentation; and the application of
results for improving the respect, protection, prevention and realisation
of women's human rights. For more detailed information and online
registration:www.hrea.org/monitoring-women-rights
For further information about each course, please click on the course link
above.
For a listing of all upcoming HREA e-learning courses, please visit
www.hrea.org/courses.

Best wishes,
Nathaniel Weisenberg
Distance Learning Programme, HREA
www.hrea.org/courses
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About HREA's Distance Learning Programme

Since 2002, over 7,500 human rights defenders, development workers, staff
members of international organisations and graduate students have
successfully participated in Human Rights Education Associates (HREA)'s
e-learning courses.


--
HREA - www.hrea.org

Human Rights Education Associates (HREA) is an international
non-governmental organisation that supports human rights learning; the
training of activists and professionals; the development of educational
materials and programming; and community-building through on-line
technologies.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

IDRC Funds/Financement

English version follows


Appel à notes conceptuelles – Cultiver l'avenir de l'Afrique (CultivAf)
Date butoir :2013-09-20

Le CRDI et l'Australian International Food Security Centre (AIFSC) ont le
plaisir de lancer le tout premier appel à notes conceptuelles dans le
cadre du fonds Cultiver l'avenir de l'Afrique (CultivAf).

L'appel à notes conceptuelles 2013 vise à appuyer la recherche appliquée
sur des sujets essentiels pour parvenir à une sécurité alimentaire à long
terme dans dix pays d'Afrique de l'Est et d'Afrique australe, en
s'intéressant en particulier aux systèmes après récolte, aux liens entre
l'agriculture et la nutrition et à l'utilisation durable de l'eau.

Le Fonds entend mettre à contribution les esprits les plus brillants du
secteur privé, du secteur public et du secteur non gouvernemental pour
élargir son portefeuille de projets et préparer le terrain en vue du
passage à grande échelle des résultats et des innovations découlant de la
recherche – au sein d'un pays ou encore dans l'ensemble de la région.

Il s'agit d'un appel à notes conceptuelles ouvert et concurrentiel, et
tant les nouveaux partenariats que les partenariats déjà existants peuvent
présenter des notes.

On trouvera dans l'appel à notes conceptuelles toutes les précisions
nécessaires, notamment

le contexte et la raison d'être du fonds CultivAf,
l'objectif général et les objectifs spécifiques du Fonds,
l'admissibilité à l'appel à notes conceptuelles,
le processus et les critères de sélection,
l'échéancier prévu,
les exigences relatives à la présentation de la note conceptuelle,
la date butoir pour la présentation de la note conceptuelle.

Date butoir pour la présentation de la note conceptuelle : le vendredi 20
septembre 2013 à 17 h heure de l'Afrique de l'Est, 10 h heure normale de
l'Est (HNE)

http://www.idrc.ca/FR/Funding/Competitions/Pages/CompetitionDetails.aspx?CompetitionID=65

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Call for concept notes: Cultivate Africa's Future (CultiAF) Fund, IDRC

Deadline:20/09/2013

IDRC, together with the Australian International Food Security Centre
(AIFSC), is pleased to announce the inaugural call for concept notes of
the Cultivate Africa's Future (CultiAF) Fund. The 2013 call is to support
applied research in areas vital to achieving long-term food security in 10
Eastern and Southern African countries, with a focus on post-harvest
systems, the agriculture-nutrition nexus, and sustainable water use. The
Fund is looking to harness the best minds in the private, public, and
non-governmental sectors to expand its research portfolio and lay the
groundwork for scaling-up research results and innovations — within a
country or across the region.

This is an open, competitive call for concept notes, and submissions may
come from new or existing partnerships.

Read the Call for Concept Notes document for full details, including:

•background and rationale of the CultiAF Fund

•goal and key objectives of the Fund

•eligibility for the Fund

•selection process and criteria

•timelines

•concept note format and requirements

•submission deadlines

Deadline for submission of concept notes: September 20, 2013, 17:00 East
African Time (EAT), 10:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST)

http://www.idrc.ca/EN/Funding/Competitions/Pages/CompetitionDetails.aspx?CompetitionID=61

Bourse du CRDI

Bourse du CRDI aux chercheurs candidats au doctorat

Le CRDI offre cette bourse deux fois par année à des Canadiens, à des
résidents permanents du Canada et à des citoyens de pays en développement
inscrits au doctorat dans une université canadienne. La bourse est
accordée pour l'exécution de travaux de recherche sur le terrain (3 à 12
mois) dans un ou plusieurs pays en développement. Les candidats doivent
s'assurer que leurs travaux de recherche concordent avec les priorités de
la programmation du CRDI.

Date butoir pour recevoir les demandes : 2 octobre 2013

Les demandes de bourse doivent être présentées en ligne.

Faire parvenir toute question à bourses@crdi.ca


http://www.idrc.ca/FR/Funding/WhoCanApply/Pages/Doctoral-Research-Awards.aspx

IDRC Doctoral Scholarships

IDRC Doctoral Research Scholarships

IDRC offers these awards twice a year to Canadians, permanent residents of
Canada, and citizens of developing countries pursuing their doctoral
studies at a Canadian university. These awards support field research in
one or more developing countries.
Candidates must conduct their research in areas corresponding to IDRC
program priorities and must ensure that their research project aligns with
these priorities.

To be eligible, you must meet the following requirements:

•Be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada, or a citizen of a
developing country

•Be enrolled at a Canadian university at the doctoral level

•Your research proposal must be approved by your thesis supervisor

•Your proposed field research must take place in one or more developing
countries and be conducted for a doctoral dissertation

•You must provide evidence of affiliation with an institution or
organization in the developing-country region(s) in which the research
will take place

•You must have completed course work and passed comprehensive exams before
taking up the award.

(You have up to 12 months to start your field research from the date we
make the final selection.)

These awards are offered twice a year. The competition deadlines are in
April (awards announced in September) and in October (awards announced the
following March). For more information on the award and to apply, visit
the Competitions page.

http://www.idrc.ca/EN/Funding/WhoCanApply/Pages/Doctoral-Research-Awards.aspx

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Le bulletin Culture : appel pour soumissions d'articles et nouvelles d'=?iso-8859-1?Q?=E9v=E9nements/Call?= for Submissions, Culture Newsletter

Culture Newsletter: call for submission of articles and events.
(Voir la version française ci-dessous)

Culture is CASCA's bi-annual and bilingual electronic newsletter. We
are currently accepting articles and discussion pieces, news items,
event announcements and book notes for the Fall 2013 issue.

We especially encourage CASCA members to submit pieces of interest to
anthropology students. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

- Graduate school: deciding whether and where to apply.
- How to assemble a strong graduate school application.
- "What can I do with my anthropology degree?" Jobs and career options for
anthropology students.
- Ideas for fostering an effective working relationship with your supervisor.
- Tips for writing strong funding applications.

Submissions (500 to 1000 words, photos encouraged) should be made by
30 September 2013. Please send your submissions and inquiries to:
Robin Whitaker, Anglophone Member-at-Large at robinw@mun.ca and/or
Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier, Francophone Member-at-Large at
alexbf@uvic.ca.

For more information about Culture, see the CASCA website:

http://www.cas-sca.ca/publications/culture-newsletter



Le bulletin Culture : Appel pour soumissions d'articles et nouvelles
d'évènements.

Le bulletin Culture est l'info-lettre électronique bi-annuelle et
bilingue des membres de la CASCA. Nous acceptons dès maintenant les
articles, nouvelles, annonces d'évènements et de publications pour
l'édition d'automne 2013.

Nous encourageons particulièrement les membres de la CASCA à soumettre
des textes qui pourraient intéresser les étudiants en anthropologie.
Les thèmes suggérés incluent, mais ne se limitent pas à :

- Les études supérieures: décider de soumettre une demande d'admission et
quand le faire.
- Comment construire un dossier de demande d'admission fort aux études
supérieures.
- « Qu'est-ce que je peux faire avec un diplôme en anthropologie? ».
Les options d'emplois et de carrières pour les étudiants en anthropologie.
- Comment promouvoir une relation de travail positive avec son superviseur.
- Conseils pour la préparation d'une demande de bourse gagnante.

Les soumissions (entre 500 et 1000 mots, photos bienvenues) doivent
être reçues avant le 30 septembre 2013. Prière de les faire parvenir,
ainsi que toutes demandes de renseignements, à Alexandrine
Boudreault-Fournier, membre francophone d'office à alexbf@uvic.ca
et/ou à Robin Whitaker, membre anglophone d'office à robinw@mun.ca.

Pour plus d'informations à propos de Culture, veuillez visiter le site
web de CASCA :

http://www.cas-sca.ca/fr/publications-fr/culture-bulletin

5th Conference of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies - 2014

CFP

OCEANSCAPES: cooperation across the Pacific
DATE: 22-26 April, 2014
WHERE: University of Sydney

The Pacific Ocean covers one-third of the earth's surface and contains
thousands of islands. Yet, as Epeli Hau'ofa's seminal paper about the 'Sea
of Islands' shows, oceans are not a barrier, but highways to contact. This
conference employs the concept of Oceanscapes from The Pacific Oceanscape
Vision, introduced by President Anote Tong of Kiribati and endorsed by the
Pacific Island Forum. It is a vision for cooperative conservation action
and adaption to issues of climate change. With a population just over 10
million and an area that stretches from Australia to Asia, Canada and the
Americas, peoples of the Pacific region are adept at movement, contact and
working together.

The Australian Association for Pacific Studies seeks to bring researchers
across Oceanscapes to share their knowledge and experience; to benefit the
peoples of the Pacific region, and to advance scholarship about the places
between the better-known American and Asian rim countries.

This conference focusses on the cooperative nature of relations across the
Pacific and the necessarily cooperative partnerships that allow for
effective delivery of programs in health, education, trade and development
while maintaining the integrity of the cultural diversity that is the
hallmark of Pacific island nations and overseas territories.

SESSIONS
Sessions, organisers and contacts (22-24 April)
22-24 April, 2014
Pacific Futures: Contact Warwick Anderson, email
Activism: a panel in honour of Faith Bandler. Contact Emelda Davies, email
Populations on the move: Contact Paul Jones, email, or John Connell, email
Performing/performance: Contact Jude Philp, email
Archaeology now: Contact Matthew Gibbs, email
Search for stability: Contact Matthew Allen, email
25-26 April, 2014
25 April
- Sydney Ideas, WW1 in the Pacific panel for ANZAC day
- Post graduate special sessions – opportunity to network with area
specialists
26 April
- Closing events at Casula Powerhouse (transport included in registration).

The website and info for our conference in Sydney next year is now live,
and can be found here:
http://sydney.edu.au/museums/research/AAPS_2014.shtml

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Forthcoming Conferences:
=====================
6-8 November 2013-
- Australian Anthropological Society Conference
Australian National University
Website: http://www.aas.asn.au/aas_conference.php

22-26 April 2014-
-5th Conference of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies
Macleay Museum, The University of Sydney
Website: http://sydney.edu.au/museums/research/AAPS_2014.shtml

22 to 27 September 2014 -
-13th Conference of the ISISA, the International Small Islands
Studies
Association, Penghu Islands, Taiwan
Website: TBA

Also in 2014
-European Society for Oceanists
Brussels, Belgium
Website: TBA

-International Conference on Easter Island and the Eastern Pacific.
Kiel, Germany
Website: TBA

-Pacific History Association
December, Taiwan
Website: TBA

Alterity, Intersubjectivity, Ethics: A multi-disciplinary workshop - September 2013 - University of Cambridge

Call for registration

Alterity, Intersubjectivity, Ethics: A multi-disciplinary workshop,
Division of Social Anthropology
University of Cambridge

Monday, 30 September, 2013

Alterity, Intersubjectivity, Ethics: A multi-disciplinary workshop exploring
theoretical directions for the study of ethics and morality


Monday 30th September 2013, 9am – 5pm

Mill Lane Lecture Rooms, University of Cambridge

8 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RX

Website and registration: otherethics.wordpress.com

Contact: alterityandethicsworkshop@gmail.com


The 'ethical turn' across the arts and humanities has taken its place in
social and cultural anthropology primarily as a way to address
long-standing questions of human agency within cultural and political
systems. Anthropologists have been developing their own take on questions
of ethics and morality in ways drawing largely from neo-Aristotelian and
Foucauldian theorisations.


Theories of subjectivity, gendered or sexual difference, affect, and the
'post-human' have become prominent in investigations that question the
bounds of the self/subject, and the ways in which we can conceptualise it
as socially or politically emplaced. Building on this emerging literature,
but cautious of some of its ontological assumptions, the premise behind
this workshop questions the prioritisation of certain notions of the
'self' over inquiries into the nature of the ethical 'subject'.


This workshop seeks to ask what such theories, and different disciplines'
elaborations and critiques of them, can usefully lend current
conceptualisations of ethics and morality.


The keynote lecture entitled 'Attunement, Fidelity, Dwelling: A Critique of
Metaphysical Humanism' will be delivered by Associate Professor Jarrett
Zigon of the University of Amsterdam.


Workshop format:

The aim of the workshop is primarily to exchange ideas across disciplines
and with different theoretical and ethnographic references. The day is
structured so as to promote as much discussion as possible, rather than
presenting polished research results. The workshop will be divided into
four thematic sessions addressing the themes of:


• Feminism and the question of the other

• Ethics, violence and politics

• Post-humanism and animal/human relations

• Affect and the ethics of noise


Each of the four sessions will be structured around a research paper, to be
pre-circulated to all workshop participants, which will form the starting
point for the discussion.


Workshop preparation

After registering participants will receive drafts of the research papers in
advance for each of the four sessions and are strongly encouraged to read
these prior to attending the workshop. The workshop welcomes participants
across academic disciplines keen to engage in lively discussions and raise
questions and ideas during the day.


Questions to be discussed during the workshop:

• What analysis of attachments and detachments across sameness and
difference do
concepts such as affect enable or disable?

• What are the challenges to more recent feminist theories that attempt to
show how ethics is suggested and solicited by an ontology of
interdependency between people?

• How do lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex subjectivities
complicate ethical and political responses to deeply ingrained normative
practices?

• In light of the central place of 'the Other' in anthropological
concerns, how can feminist and other theories of alterity inflect
anthropological theories of ethics?

• How do questions of politics enter into, impact upon, or undermine our
theorisations of the ethical?

• Can claims of relationality and acknowledgment of difference be shown to
be fundamentally non-violent? How do we continue to address violence
within ethics?

• How can psychoanalytic theories addressing subject/object, or self/other,
relations, help us to theorise the space in which ethical subjectivity is
formed?

• Do contemporary theories of affect push us beyond concepts of
'relationality' or
'intersubjectivity' in theorisations of ethics?

• Can Levinasian theories of ethics as the pre-subjective relation to the
Other inform ethnographic inquiries into ethical relationality?

• What other approaches from philosophy or other disciplines can inform
the study of ethics and morality?

• Do these theoretical approaches invite us to question the idea of
intersubjectivity as the place of ethical relationality?


To learn more and to register please visit otherethics.wordpress.com

Supported by the Division of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge

Conference organisers:

Fiona Wright

Claire Benn

Eirini Avramopoulou

Tiffany Page

UN Gender and Climate Alliance - Call for COP19 Gender Submissions

Call for COP19 Gender Submissions -
Conference of Parties (COP)19

mailto:marita.manley@giz.de
From: Manley, Marita GIZ FJ


Dear all,

At COP18 parties to the convention adopted a 'gender decision'.

Decision 23/CP.18: Promoting gender balance and improving the
participation of women in UNFCCC negotiations and in the representation of
Parties in bodies established pursuant to the Convention or the Kyoto
Protocol.

http://unfccc.int/gender_and_climate_change/items/7516.php



Parties and observer organisations are invited to submit their views by
Sept 2nd on options and ways to advance women's participation and ensure
more effective climate change policy that addresses the needs of women and
men equally. Obviously achieving more balanced representation is just one
aspect of ensuring that the needs and priorities of both men and women are
addressed but it is a first step and has given the topic a bit more of a
profile this year.

It would be great to get to see a number of PICs making submissions on
this topic.

The Global Gender and Climate Alliance are able to provide support on the
topic if countries are interested in making submissions. Please contact
Nathalie Eddy - nathalie@gender-climate.org with any specific requests.

And I'm sure other members of this network may also be able to offer
support and inputs to drafts.

The government of Iceland have already sent in a submission on this topic
and it is available online at
http://unfccc.int/documentation/submissions_from_parties/items/5916.php



The GGCA have made some suggestions of what could be included in the
submission – they can be very brief.

1. PRACTICE - What actions have you taken to implement gender
equality in your national climate change policy and practice?



2. CHALLENGES - What challenges have you faced in implementing
gender-sensitive climate policy and in pursuing gender balance in the UNFCCC
regime?



3. NEEDS - What tools, resources, or training would be most valuable
to better support and facilitate your progress towards gender-sensitive
climate policy?



A number of other submissions are invited including on climate finance –
full list available here.

http://unfccc.int/files/adaptation/application/pdf/message_to_parties_early_submission_of_information_and_views_july_2013.pdf

Best regards, Marita

"Skin / Matters. Gendered and Racial Economies of Skin Color" (Aug 29-30), CUNY GC & Columbia University

29 - 30 August 2013

Thursday, August 29
The Graduate Center City University of New York (CUNY)
365 5th Avenue, C Fl, C205
New York, NY 10016

Friday, August 30
Columbia University Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality
(IRWGS)
754 Schermerhorn Extension, 7th Fl
1200 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027

SKIN / MATTERS
GENDERED AND RACIAL ECONOMIES OF SKIN COLOR

Thursday, 29 August 2013 at The Graduate Center, CUNY, C205
5:00pm Welcome to the Symposium & Introduction
DOMINIQUE GRISARD, MARGRIT VOGT & KATYAYANI DALMIA

5:15 – 6:45pm Shadeism
Documentary short by NAYANI THIYAGARAJAH, an exploration of the roots,
realities and ramifications of skin tone-based beauty 'ideals' through
young women of colour in Toronto, Canada followed by Q&A with filmmaker
NAYANI THIYAGARAJAH, York University


Friday, 30 August 2013 at IRWGS, Columbia University
9:30 – 10am Introduction to the Symposium
MARGRIT VOGT, DOMINIQUE GRISARD & KATYA DALMIA

10 – 12:30pm In / Visibilizing Skin Color, Race, and Gender
The Erasure of Colour: Examining the Practices of Skin-Bleaching
LAHOMA THOMAS, University of Toronto

Gendered Perspective on Colorism in the US Music Industry
KENDRA ROSS / ABBY DOBSON, New School for Social Research

What is the Color of a Ghost? – Films from the Asian Minority Population
in Germany
FENG-MEY HEBERER, University of Southern California

"Forever Foreign": Nikki S. Lee's The Ohio Project
COREY DZENKO, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2 – 4:30pm Coloring Race and Gender
Who's the Fairest of them All? Pink Princess Culture and its Imperial Legacy
DOMINIQUE GRISARD, Columbia / CUNY Graduate Center / Basel

Showing by Hiding: The Omitted Skin Color Theme in Carl Einstein's
"Negerplastik"
MARGRIT VOGT, Humboldt University Berlin / Frankfurt Oder

The Melanin Chronicles: Situating the Sciences of Skin Color and Utopic
Visions of Post-Color Worlds
J. CECILIA CÁRDENAS-NAVIA, Yale University

"Fifty Shades of Bruins/Brown": Zoë Wicomb's Playing in the White in Pre-
and Post-Apartheid South Africa
THERESE STEFFEN, University of Basel / Harvard University

5 – 7pm Keynote: Seeing Beauty, Sensing Race in Transnational
Indonesia
AYU SARASWATI, University of Hawaii
Chair: DOMINIQUE GRISARD


Concept and organization: Dominique Grisard, Margrit Vogt & Katyayani Dalmia

The symposium is free of charge and open to everyone. Please RSVP to
dg2755@columbia.edu

Monday, August 12, 2013

CASCA: Job postings/Offres d'emploi

(English follows)

Les offres d'emploi suivantes viennent d'être ajoutées à notre banque.


-Anthropology - Assistant Professor
MacEwan University

-Cultural and Economic Transformation - Stephen Jarislowsky Chair
(Associate Professor/Professor)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

-Tenure Track Position (Sociology)
St. Thomas More College


Consultez-les ou voyez toute la liste en visitant notre site Web:

www.cas-sca.ca

Merci

**********

The following job postings have just been added to our job page:


-Anthropology - Assistant Professor
MacEwan University

-Cultural and Economic Transformation - Stephen Jarislowsky Chair
(Associate Professor/Professor)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

-Tenure Track Position (Sociology)
St. Thomas More College


See them and others on our website:

www.cas-sca.ca

Thank you

Saturday, August 10, 2013

PhD and MA - University of Auckland

Pacific Studies PhD and MA scholarships: University of Auckland.
The Centre for Pacific Studies at the University of Auckland is a global
leader in the study of the Pacific Islands. The Centre is an
interdisciplinary unit which is home to a large group of scholars
specializing in the study of the Pacific, at New Zealand's leading
international research university, located in the world's largest
Polynesian city. The Centre for Pacific Studies is offering one PhD and 3
MA scholarships for 2014 and is seeking application from motivated
students with background in Pacific studies, political studies, history,
sociology, law, anthropology, development studies or any other relevant
disciplines. The focus of the research will be in the broad area of human
and political security and the deadline is 31 August 2013. Details could
be found on the links below.
PhD scholarship:
http://www.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/cs-search-for-scholarships-and-awards?form=details&detailCode=500703.
Masters scholarships:
http://www.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/cs-search-for-scholarships-and-awards?form=details&detailCode=500705

CFP: Structural Drivers of HIV, Cape Town

Conference: Structural Drivers of HIV, Cape Town, South Africa

3rd STRUCTURAL DRIVERS OF HIV CONFERENCE: Contextualising the Structural
Drivers of HIV

5 & 6 December 2013, The Cullinan Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa

Because people and contexts differ, structural approaches to HIV do not
work the same way or have the same effect in all populations and settings.
Therefore, responses need to take into account drivers of local epidemics.
It is against this backdrop that the 3rd Structural Drivers of HIV
Conference will take place to discuss, learn from and reappraise the
contextual complexities that researchers and programmers across the HIV
and AIDS field wrestle with when planning and implementing HIV programmes.

Registration, call for abstracts and scholarship applications are now
open. Click here for more information and application details:

http://www.heard.org.za/workshops/3rd-structural-drivers-of-hiv-conference

Register before 30 August and receive a 20% discount! Abstract submissions
close 13
September 2013.

Topics to be discussed include, pathways of risk and the interaction of
different structural drivers of HIV in different contexts, structural
approaches to HIV programmes, poverty, environmental and economic stress,
employment and HIV, gender inequality and violence, transactional sex and
gender relations in sub-Saharan Africa, new HIV technologies, including
medical male circumcision and treatment as prevention.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

ARIT Fellowships 2014

ARIT announces fellowships for 2014-2015
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American Research Institute in Turkey
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The American Research Institute in Turkey announces fellowship programs
for doctoral and post-doctoral research in the humanities and social
sciences in Turkey, 2014-2015 and for advanced Turkish language study
during the summer 2014.

Contact:

Nancy Leinwand
American Research Institute in Turkey
University of Pennsylvania Museum
3260 South Street
Philadelphia PA 19104-6324

tel 215 898 3474
fax 215 898 0657
leinwand@sas.upenn.edu
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ARIT RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS 2014-2015

ARIT / National Endowment for the Humanities Advanced Fellowships for
Research in Turkey, 2014-2015
(http://upenn.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3b046ad91754534ac7f036fd3&id=41563099ec&e=21b1f5472d).
ARIT/NEH Advanced Fellowships cover all fields of the humanities, including
prehistory, history, art, archaeology, literature, and linguistics as well
as interdisciplinary aspects of cultural history for applicants who have
completed their academic training. The fellowships may be held for terms
ranging from four months to a full year. Stipends range from $16,800 to
50,400.

ARIT Fellowships for Research in Turkey, 2014-2015
(http://upenn.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3b046ad91754534ac7f036fd3&id=f890cb341b&e=21b1f5472d).
ARIT Fellowships are offered for research in ancient, medieval, or modern
times, in any field of the humanities and social sciences. Post-doctoral
and advanced doctoral fellowships may be held for various terms, for terms
from one to three months up to one academic year. Stipends range from
$4,000 to $16,000.

Applications for ARIT research fellowships must be submitted to ARIT
before November 1, 2013. The fellowship committee will notify applicants
by late January, 2014.

ARIT LANGUAGE FELLOWSHIP, SUMMER 2014

ARIT – Princeton Summer Fellowships for Intensive Advanced Turkish
Language at Bogazici University, Istanbul, summer 2014
(http://upenn.us4.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=3b046ad91754534ac7f036fd3&id=2739f27677&e=21b1f5472d).
The program supports intensive study of advanced Turkish language at
Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey, including air fare, tuition, and
stipend. The application deadline is February 1.

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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

University of Queensland anthropology, calling for PhD workshop applications

Subject: University of Queensland anthropology, calling for PhD workshop
applications

Are you (or someone you know) interested in undertaking doctoral studies
THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND?

The Anthropology program at the University of Queensland invites
applications for a workshop to "pitch" PhD project ideas and receive
information and guidance on the application process at this university.

Up to $500.00 per person is available in travel bursaries to support
attendance by applicants currently living outside Brisbane. Travel funding
is available for up to 10 persons.

When: Friday 27th September 2013
Where: The University of Queensland, St. Lucia
What: Workshop and lunch

The day program will include a session where prospective students "pitch"
their project ideas, a meeting with staff of the anthropology program, a
workshop by School Post Graduate Studies Committee Chair on scholarship
application writing, and a detailed discussion of draft research
proposals.
To attend the workshop, please send an Expression of Interest to:
sari.mangru@uqconnect.edu.au Deadline for EOIs: Monday Sept. 2nd

The EOI should include the following:

* a one page outline of the proposed project including
research questions

* proposed supervisor/s at UQ (please see list of staff and
research interest here:
http://www.socialscience.uq.edu.au/staff#anthropology )

* statement of eligibility for doctoral studies at UQ/ CV

* If applying for the travel bursary, a brief budget must also
be provided

Saturday, August 3, 2013

CfP: International Conference "Gender in focus: (new) trends in media" (Braga, Portugal), June 2014

CALL FOR PAPERS

International Conference "Gender in focus: (new) trends in media" June
20-21, 2014
University of Minho (Braga, Portugal)
The Communication and Society Research Centre invites you to submit a
proposal for a paper, panel or poster presentation to the upcoming
International Conference "Gender in focus: (new) trends in media".
Over the last decades, a considerable amount of research has been
conducted on the relationship of gender with communication. However, new
insights are still needed, especially those that explore the
interrelations and negotiations between media and gender through the use
of interdisciplinary and intersectional approaches.
This event aims to serve as a forum to discuss ideas, experiences and
research results on gender and media, bringing together social sciences
researchers, NGOs representatives and media professionals.
Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to, the
following:
• Femininities and/or Masculinities Representations in Media
• Gender and Media Trends
• Gender, Media and Public Sphere
• Gender, Advertising and Consumer Culture
• Gender, Audience and Reception Studies
• Gender, Digital Culture and Communication
• Gender, Media Institutions and Communication Policies
• Media and Feminist Theory
• Media Social Networks and Identities
• Media, Gender and Democracy
• Media, Gender and Human rights
• Media, Gender and Intercultural Communication
• Media, Gender and Sexualities
• New Media and Feminist Movements
• Intersectionality and Media
Please submit an abstract for oral paper or poster up to 300 words and a
brief authors biography of about 150 words. Panel proposals should consist
of a rationale of the panel (300 words), abstracts for individual
presenters (150 words each), name of panel chair(s) and a brief authors
biography of about 150 words.
Proposals should be submitted through the EasyChair system
(https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=gf2014), mentioning name,
academic affiliation and contacts. The deadline is February 15, 2014 and
the notification of paper, panel or poster acceptance will be no later
than March 15, 2014.
The official language of the conference is English.
For more information, please contact us:
Communication and Society Research Centre
Social Sciences Institute
University of Minho
Gualtar Campus
4710-057 Braga – Portugal
Website: http://www.lasics.uminho.pt/genderfocus2014/
E-mail
: genfoc@ics.uminho.pt

WCAA association news

WCAA ASSOCIATION NEWS**

IUAES congress, Manchester UK, this week
*The IUAES2013 congress takes place this coming week at the University of
Manchester in Northwest England. With over 210 panels and 1300 delegates
from oer 60 countries, it promises to be a stimulating event. If you
wish to attend and are yet to register, you may still do so via:
http://www.iuaes2013.org.

If you are unable to attend but wish to watch some of the plenary events,
then please note that those taking place from Tue-Sat will be streamed
live on the website. See
http://www.iuaes2013.org/Plenaries.html for more info about these.

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*Webinar**
*As you may already know four associations - EASA, ABA, AAA and CASCA -
are organizing an experimental virtual seminar entitled La langue et le
savoir anthropologique/language and anthropological knowledge/língua e
conhecimento antropológico that aims to build a multilingual environment
which minimizes the need for formal translation and interpretation. See:
http://www.wcaanet.org/webinar/home_EN.shtml for more information.

The seminar will explore the centrality of language in the production of
anthropological knowledge and its political aspects, in two particular
ways: as central to the ethnographic encounter and as central to the
global circulation of this knowledge.

The format of the seminar is as follows: four scholars representing each
association (Bruna Franchetto, Penelope Harvey, Alexandra Jaffe and
Christine Jourdan) will make available their papers (in French, English
and Portuguese) on a platform to which anyone will have access for a
period of about one month, starting October 1, 2013. There will be a live
event on October 15, 2013, where four discussants (Omar Ribeiro Thomaz,
Benoit de l'Estoile, Salikoko Mufwene, and Petra Rethmann) will comment
on the papers. For the next ten days, the chair Miguel Vale de Almeida
and moderator Deirdre Meintel will monitor an online written discussion,
which can take place in French, English, Portuguese and Spanish. The
seminar will be closed formally on October 25th, 2013.

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*V Congress of the Portuguese Anthropological Association, Vila Real,
8-11 de September 2013**
*Anthropology in Counterpoint
The programme includes 57 panels, for which 568 papers have been
accepted from over 20 countries, mainly in Europe and Latin America. The
Congress programme can be consulted at
http://www.nomadit.co.uk/apa/apa2013/panels.php5.
The Congress website
(http://www.apantropologia.org/congresso2013/en-inicio/) has information
(in English, Portuguese and Spanish) on how to get to Vila Real, lodging
facilities, and the international Ethnographic Film screening which will
take place alongside the Congress.
You can register online for the Congress (and, if you desire, join APA)
by means of the links on the registration page:
http://www.apantropologia.org/congresso2013/registration

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*35th Annual Conference of the Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao (UGAT)**
*€œRethinking and Remaking Forms of Knowledge: The Critical Work of
Anthropology€
Anthropological Association of the Philippines
October 24-26, 2013, Ateneo de Davao University, Davao City, the
Philippines
For other inquiries, please contact the UGAT Conference Secretariat at
+63 920 9823179 (Eizel Hilario) or + 63 0906 2285977 (Lauren Villarama)
or ugat.conference@gmail.com.

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*The Asia Pacific International Ethnographic Documentary Festival** **Call
For Film submissions**
*APERTURE festival aims to promote and support ethnographic documentary
films about and filmmakers from the Asia Pacific region. The festival
will take place in Melbourne, Australia on 22-23 November 2013 and will
be open to the public with free admission.

APERTURE Festival is interested in documentary filmsofan ethnographic
orientation that cover a variety of topics concerning the complex
cultural, social and political life of individuals and communities in the
Asia Pacific region. We are accepting ethnographic documentaries of any
duration and made in any year of production, made either by
filmmakers from the Asia Pacific region or by other filmmakers about the
region.
Filmmakers and producers who are interested to submit their work can
download the Entry Rules and Entry Formon this webpage:
http://aperturefestival.com/film-submission
Please visit our website for more information and to subscribe to our
email list
http://aperturefestival.com

Call for entries is open and closes 15 August 2013 (postmarked)
Email: aperturefestival@gmail.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ApertureFestival
Twitter: twitter.com/ApertureFest
Website: aperturefestival.com

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*IUAES 2014 with JASCA**
**15th-18th May 2014, Makuhari Messe, Greater Tokyo**
*"The Future with/of Anthropologies"
Language: English
The JASCA invites anthropologists from around the world to our 50th
Anniversary Conference to be held jointly with IUAES Inter-Congress 2014.
Detailed information, including the schedule for call for
papers/panels, will be announced and circulated shortly.
See: http://www.iuaes.org/japan

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*VII Congress of InASEA (International Association of Southeastern
EuropeanAnthropology), 18th-21st September 2014 Istanbul.**
**Call for Papers**
***Cultures of crisis: experiencing and coping with upheavals and
disasters in Southeast Europe
Deadline: 15 February 2014
Please send your proposal to: Prof. Asker KARTARI, Kadir Has
University kartari@khas.edu.tr and/or Prof. Klaus Roth, Munich
University k.roth@lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Participants will be notified before the end of April 2014 about the
acceptance of their paper.
For more information, see:
http://www.wcaanet.org/downloads/CfP_2014_Cultures%20of%20Crisis.pdf

Friday, August 2, 2013

Presenters sought for a Canadian panel on Korean Wave, and student paper prize announcement

Hello,

In my capacity as Canadian President of WAHS, or the World Association of
Hallyu Studies (Hallyu refers to the Korean Wave or Korean transnational
culture flows) I have been asked to put together panel/s of Canadian
scholars (this includes people based at Canadian universities) to present
papers at the International World Association of Hallyu Congress being
held Oct 17-19 in Seoul. Presenters on this panel will have hotels and
meals paid for by WAHS (airfare must be sought from other sources). If
interested please respond to me and send 250 word abstract by email at;
millie.creighton@ubc.ca<mailto:millie.creighton@ubc.ca>

Additionally, WAHS has several student essay and research paper prizes for
both undergrad and graduate students to award, and entries may be
submitted until August 30, 2013 (check WAHS website for details). Student
prize winners will receive airfare, hotels, and meals for the 2013 WAHS
International Congress in Seoul, Oct 17-19.

Further information on WAHS website; http://iwahs.org

sincerely,

Millie Creighton

Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia

Thursday, August 1, 2013

CASCA: Job postings/Offres d'emploi

(English follows)

Les offres d'emploi suivantes viennent d'être ajoutées à notre banque.


-Historical Researcher
Royal Alberta Museum

-Assistant Professor - African Studies
University of Toronto Mississauga

-Program Officer, Knowledge Translation (Communication & Outreach) -
Women's economic Empowerment and Growth
IDRC/CRDI

-Assistant Professor - Department of Anthropology
University of Toronto

-Health - Cameco Chair in Aboriginal Health
University of Saskatchewan

-Sociology - Instructor I (2 positions)
The University of British Columbia

-Communication and Culture - Assistant/Associate/Full Professor
Royal Roads University

-Sociology - Sessional Instructor
Brandon University

-Sociology - Assistant Professor (Social Policy)
University of Toronto

-Sociology - Assistant Professor
The University of British Columbia

-Assistant Professor-Sexuality Studies
San Francisco State University

-Museum Supervisor
Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department at the City of Kamloops

-Director
Audain Art Museum - Whistler, BC

-Senior Archaeologist
Golder Associates Ltd., Burnaby, BC

-Director
Haida Gwaii Museum, Skidegate, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia

-Archaeologist
AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Calgary


Consultez-les ou voyez toute la liste en visitant notre site Web:

www.cas-sca.ca

Merci

**********

The following job postings have just been added to our job page:


-Historical Researcher
Royal Alberta Museum

-Assistant Professor - African Studies
University of Toronto Mississauga

-Program Officer, Knowledge Translation (Communication & Outreach) -
Women's economic Empowerment and Growth
IDRC/CRDI

-Assistant Professor - Department of Anthropology
University of Toronto

-Health - Cameco Chair in Aboriginal Health
University of Saskatchewan

-Sociology - Instructor I (2 positions)
The University of British Columbia

-Communication and Culture - Assistant/Associate/Full Professor
Royal Roads University

-Sociology - Sessional Instructor
Brandon University

-Sociology - Assistant Professor (Social Policy)
University of Toronto

-Sociology - Assistant Professor
The University of British Columbia

-Assistant Professor-Sexuality Studies
San Francisco State University

-Museum Supervisor
Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department at the City of Kamloops

-Director
Audain Art Museum - Whistler, BC

-Senior Archaeologist
Golder Associates Ltd., Burnaby, BC

-Director
Haida Gwaii Museum, Skidegate, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia

-Archaeologist
AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Calgary


See them and others on our website:

www.cas-sca.ca

Thank you

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