Stirring Up Silence: Mahi Tahi interactive presentation at ASAA/NZ 2018 Conference

Stirring Up Silence: Mahi Tahi is an interactive presentation that will be held at the ASAA/NZ Conference on 6-7 December 2018. This is open to all who wish to engage with Māori student perspectives and experiences of anthropology. It will centre Māori student voices and hopes to generate a broad conversation within anthropology in Aotearoa.

Call for papers - Feral: A nearly carbon-neutral conference

The Massey University Political Ecology Research Centre (PERC) and Wageningen University Centre for Space, Place and Society (CSPS) are co-hosting Feral: A nearly carbon-neutral conference in November 2018. The call for papers is now open, with abstracts due by 30 June 2018.

Shifting States 2017 Conference Funding available

Through a generous award from the Wenner-Gren Foundation, as well as funds from the ASA, AAS and ASAA/NZ, we have funds available to support delegates attending the 2017  Shifting States conference in Adelaide. 

The Call for Funding applications is open until 11 September 2017. See the funding page for eligibility and criteria.

Please visit the conference website for more information about the conference theme, keynote presentations, events and panels, and for practical information about Adelaide.


Anthropology in Aotearoa Symposium at Victoria University of Wellington

On Thursday 11 May, the Cultural Anthropology Programme at Victoria University of Wellington is hosting a full-day Anthropology in Aotearoa Symposium (registrations required).

Centre for Global Migrations: New Research Theme at the University of Otago

In March 2017 the Centre for Global Migrations Research Theme was established at the University of Otago to co-ordinate interdisciplinary research, teaching, and activities relating to historical and contemporary global migration. Global Migrations is calling for papers for a multidisciplinary research symposium to examine the connections between education, migration and translation to be held in Dunedin in November 2017.