Pursuant to the IGU Commission on African Studies (IGU CAS) inaugural conference which was successfully held at the University of Namibia from the 17th-18th of May 2018, IGU CAS hereby invites paper and session proposals for its second annual conference themed Africa in the global imaginary: Towards internationally competitive science and research, which will be held at the University of Zululand, South Africa, from 17 to 19 June 2019. The conference aims to bring together, geographical and interdisciplinary scientific research and thought on, about and in Africa.
The International Society for Academic Research on Shamanism (ISARS) and the Program of Anthropology, Institute of Sociology, UC, invites you to attend the 3rd international conference of ISARS which will be held at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile in November 27-30, 2019.
Call for Papers/Sessions has been extended until February 15th, 2019
The Official Theme of the Conference will be the following:
Relations, connections, cosmologies: shamanism and spirit possession under the ethnographic lens
P21: African entrepreneurs: fashioning the future and negotiating the past (two panels with presentation of research papers)
The Center for Archival Collections at Bowling Green State University Libraries is seeking submissions for its 2018 Local History Publication Awards. We would appreciate your circulating this information to those who mi
Does President Xi Jinping’s leadership mark the dawn of a new era for China?
In what ways has his rule transformed “politics as usual” in the People’s Republic?
The Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University would like to invite you to the academic programme “ Spring University Prague 2019. Project Europe at a Crossroads: Building up open structures or breaking down into local indetities?”, taking place in Prague (Czech Republic) during April 2019 (April 7 – 18).
After more than a decade of successful stewardship at Western Washington University, the American Review of Canadian Studies
The Post-Yugoslav Area Research Center, at the University of Warsaw, kindly invites to the lecture of prof. Christian Voss from the Humboldt University in Berlin. The open lecture will treat the question of the practices of peoples living around the Greko-Mecedonian border in the persepctive of the cultural studies. The lecture will be followed by a discussion.
Place: Library of the University of Warsaw, Dobra st. 56/66, room 256; time: Jan. 29, 2019, hrs 12:00.