Category Archives: Call for Papers: Conferences

CFP: Child/hood and Trauma – Edited volume

by Kristin Williams

This is a CFP for a co-edited book focussing on child as victim of violence during ethnic violence, war or acts of terror. It is being co-edited by: Dr. Angelie Multani, Associate Professor Department of HUSS, IIT Delhi and Dr. Kamayani Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of English , MAC University of Delhi. Scholars working on literary texts, films which correspond to the theme are welcome to submit papers on the following tropes:
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2nd NZ Childhood Studies Colloquium – Oct 2015

SAVE THE DATE
 
2nd New Zealand Childhood Studies Colloquium
What does Childhood Studies mean for research, policy and practice?
 
20-21 October 2015
University of Otago, Dunedin
 
Kia ora koutou,

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ACYIG’s ‘invited’ session for the Annual Meetings: Will it be yours?

Reminder to ACYIG Members!The deadline for submitting proposals for the 114th AAA Annual Meeting is coming soon. The meetings will be held Nov. 18-22, in Denver, CO.This year, ACYIG may INVITE one session. This session will receive the “Invited by ACYIG” tagline in the AAA program. Continue reading ACYIG’s ‘invited’ session for the Annual Meetings: Will it be yours?

CFP: Children’s Experiences with Global Health

Call for papers – Panel at the 2015 MAGic Conference
Anthropology and Global Health: Interrogating Theory, Policy, and Practice
Sussex, UK – September 9-11, 2015

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CFP AAA 2015 – Making Parents

Call for Papers: American Anthropological Association Meetings
Denver, CO, USA November 18-22nd 2015

Making parents:
Assisted reproduction and parenting culture in contemporary society

Organisers: Dr Charlotte Faircloth (University of Roehampton) and Dr Zeynep Gurtin (University of Cambridge)

Panel Discussant: Professor Marcia Inhorn (Yale University)

Whilst ‘Parenting Culture’ and ‘Assisted Reproductive Technologies’ are now well-established subfields of anthropological scholarship, so far, the common threads between these two bodies of work have not been significantly explored. Taking ‘reproduction’ as the locus of this comparison, this panel will showcase novel contributions from scholars working in either field who are interested in creating such connections. In particular, we seek papers exploring the ways contemporary cultures of parenthood create an appetite for these technologies, just as technologies simultaneously contribute to shaping those very cultures.  Continue reading CFP AAA 2015 – Making Parents