On October 4 and 5, 2018, the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries, through the Melvin Fregly Fund, is hosting a symposium aimed at highlighting and discussing interdisciplinary approaches to mosquito borne illnesses in the Americas.
CFP: 2018 American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting (San Jose, CA)
Session Title: The Politics of Language in NGOs: Communicative and ideological practices
Organised by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore; supported by SSRC grant on Sustainable Governance of Transboundary Environmental Commons in Southeast Asia (MOE2016-SSRTG-068), and in collaboration with the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre.
Call for Contributions for Special Issue
« Integral and Coherent Sustainable Development »
Regions & Cohesion 8 (3): Winter 2018
The Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures (CMLL) at Mississippi State University will soon be hosting a symposium dedicated to "The metaphor of the monster." This exciting event will take place on Friday, September 21st, and Saturday, September 22nd, 2018.
We are looking for papers (or a long paper) that does a comparative analysis among great apes focused on their "moral behavior." The full call and other details are located on the About tab of the ASEBL Journal site. This is a peer-reviewed, online journal. Member of The Council of Editors of Learned Journals. Indexed in the Ebsco Host database and in the MLA International Bibliography. Issues are housed on the St. Francis College website, www.sfc.edu > Academics> Publications. Guest co-editor, Christine Webb, Ph.D.
The Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras (UPR-RP), celebrating its 60th anniversary, invites the academic community and the general public to the lecture: “Huracanes y bosques en Puerto Rico y las Antillas Mayores: ¿Qué nos dice un siglo de investigaciones ecológicas?,” by Dr. Tania del Mar López Marrero, Interdisciplinary Center of Littoral Studies, UPR-Mayagüez. Dr.
The Tricentennial Speakers Conference explores the environment, people, and traditions that formed San Antonio into the complex, vibrant site of confluence that remains to this day. In the two days of the conference, scholars and experts on San Antonio history will present newly found evidence that illuminates the understandings of San Antonio's past -- a linear trail of the exigences, trends, and technologies that combined to form the city's present blend of cultures and traditions.