Abstracts for the 2019 Breaking Boundaries ASAA/NZ conference in Whāingaroa (Raglan, Waikato) are due Friday 6 September.
SOMAA, the Society of Medical Anthropology in Aotearoa, is now calling for submissions for its 2019 hui. SOMAA2019 will be held on 28 November in Whāingaroa (Raglan), Waikato, New Zealand.
The call for papers for the 2019 ASAA/NZ Conference, ‘Breaking Boundaries,’ is now open. The conference will be held from 28-30 November 2019 at Whāingaroa (Raglan), Waikato, New Zealand. Panel proposals are due by 2 August 2019. Paper proposals are due by 6 September 2019.
The call for proposals for IUAES 2019 Inter-Congress “World Solidarities” is now open. Hosted by the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES), the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland) and the Polish Ethnological Society, IUAES 2019 will take place on 27-31 August 2019 in Poznań, Poland.
Professor Carole McGranahan (University of Colorado) will give a keynote lecture entitled “Anthropology as Theoretical Storytelling” as part of the ASAA/NZ 2018 Conference. The lecture will be at 3:30pm on Thursday 6 December at Massey University’s Wellington campus.
Composer-performer Rob Thorne, M.A, (Ngāti Tumutumu) will give a sonic performance as part of the ASAA/NZ 2018 Conference. Entitled “Improvisation as the Fundamental Phenomenon of Life,” the performance will be at 10am on Thursday 6 December at Massey University’s Wellington campus.
What is the experience of an improvised life for an anthropologist? What does it mean to live in the between? Join Ruth Gibbons for a workshop exploring the improvised lives of anthropologists at our forthcoming ASAA/NZ 2018 conference.
ASAA/NZ is hosting a Post Graduate Event at this year’s conference. It will be a great opportunity for anthropology post grad students to get together, socialise, and have an informal and relaxed discussion with our keynote speaker, Carole McGranahan.
All are welcome to join Feral: A Nearly Carbon-Neutral Conference, a free online conference examining the concept of the ‘feral’ through the lenses of political ecology and ecocriticism.
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.
The Society of Medical Anthropology in Aotearoa (SOMAA) Symposium will be held in the Wood Seminar Room (OK 406) at Victoria University of Wellington’s Kelburn Campus on 5 December 2018.
Registration for the 2018 ASAA/NZ Conference, ‘Improvising Lives,’ is now open. The conference will be held on 6-7 December at Massey University’s Wellington Campus, Wallace Street, Mt Cook, Wellington.
The call for papers for the ASAA/NZ 2018 Conference ‘Improvising Lives’ has been extended to 15 August 2018.
Keynote speakers for Feral: A nearly carbon-neutral conference have now been announced. Feral takes place online in November 2018 and the call for papers is open until 30 June 2018.
The call for papers for the ASAA/NZ 2018 Conference ‘Improvising Lives,’ to be held at Massey University's Wellington campus on 6-7 December, is now open. Paper proposals are due by 1 August 2018.
The call for papers for the European Society for Oceanists 2018 Conference ‘Dealing with Inequality: Pacific perspectives, Pacific futures’ in Cambridge and London is now open. Paper proposals are due by 29 June 2018.
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.
ASAA/NZ is pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of the Dr Cyril Timo Schäfer Memorial Graduate Student Conference Presentation Awards.
Come along to the ASAA/NZ AGM at the Shifting States Anthropology Conference in Adelaide on 13 December 2017. All welcome!
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.
Please visit the conference website for more information about the conference theme, keynote presentations, events and panels, and for practical information about Adelaide.