Call for Submissions: Society for Humanistic Anthropology at the 2013 AAAs in Chicago

SOCIETY FOR HUMANISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY

2013 AAA ANNUAL MEETING:

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

 

The Society for Humanistic Anthropology welcomes paper and poster session proposals for consideration at this year’s Annual Meeting in Chicago (November 20-24, 2013). The theme for the meeting is “Future Publics, Current Engagements,” which provides a rich context for exploring the innovative and exciting work conducted under the broad rubric of humanistic anthropology.

The 2013 Programming Committee consists of Kristen Ghodsee (kghodsee@bowdoin.edu) and Jonathan S. Marion (jsmarion@gmail.com)

Both Kristen and Jonathan are more than happy to work with you on your paper, poster, or roundtable sessions – please be in touch early, and as often as necessary, with us! We’re happy to assist session organizers with the structuring of their proposals. SHA encourages innovative formats, including poster sessions and fostering more dynamic discussion periods.

Paper/Poster/Roundtable Sessions submit through the AAA website

SHA Section Invited Session Proposals due March 15, 2013 online

All Invited Session Proposals (paper, poster, or roundtable sessions) must include a session abstract of up to 500 words and information for all participants (including individual abstracts). Submission will be through the AAA website. We highly encourage anyone planning to submit an invited session proposal to contact Kristen ASAP, ideally by March 1. Decisions will be announced in early April.

SHA Sponsored Session Proposals due April 15, 2012 online

All sponsored session proposals must be submitted online by April 15, 2012. This includes all paper and poster sessions, roundtable proposals, and individual paper/poster submissions. Submissions must include a 250-word abstract as well as individual abstracts for each participant (as necessary). Participants must abide by the AAA rules regarding roles, registration, and fees.

AAA website (for full meeting details): www.aaanet.org

SHA website: http://www.aaanet.org/sections/sha/

About kghodsee

Kristen Ghodsee is Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at Bowdoin College, and the current President of the Society for Humanistic Anthropology. In 2012, she was awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship in Anthropology and Cultural Studies. (http://scholar.harvard.edu/kristenghodsee/home)
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