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AAS Conference 2016 - Call For Papers for Panel: Global Health in the Anthropocene

Hi all,

We would like to invite you to submit a paper proposal for our panel for the upcoming Australian Anthropology Society (AAS) Conference 'Anthropocene Transitions' to be held on December 12 – 15, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. 

Panel:                                                   Global Health in the Anthropocene

Abstract due date:                              Monday 15th August, 2016

CFP: Controlling Sexuality and Reproduction, Past and Present

Please consider submitting, and disseminate to your networks. We are seeking a few chapters to top up our collection, which is under contract with University of Toronto Press, looking like an early 2018 release.


Call for Papers – Edited Collection

“Controlling Sexuality and Reproduction, Past and Present”


Call for Book Proposals for Global Change/Global Health Series

Call for Book Proposals for the New Monograph Series

Global Change/Global Health:

Revealing Critical Interactions between Social and Environmental Processes

The Global Change/Global Health Series seeks monographs exploring the interplay between the wellbeing of Earth's people and the planet's changing nature. We invite proposals from researchers who are studying the intersections of global change and global health.  We encourage proposals from authors with manuscripts at any stage of development.