The Intercultural University of the State of Puebla (UIEP), the IUAES Commission on the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (ICAF) and the IUAES Commission "Anthropology and Environment" (CAE) propose consideration of the theme “Small-Scale Food Producers: Legacies and Future Challenges” within the framework of an international virt
On behalf of The Migration Conference Organizing Committee, we cordially invite you to the 9th conference in the series which will take place online despite being scheduled to be hosted by Ming-Ai Institute, London, United Kingdom from 6 to 10 July 2021.
The City, the Media and Gentrification: Actors, Discourses and Representations
This conference is a new venture in response to a Covid-19 world. It recognises current difficulties for researchers wishing to share their research and thinking. This initiative brings together both formal and informal researcher led groupings in regional studies and science to create an open and inclusive environment with minimum barriers to engagement.
Across the global South, governments are investing in skill development and vocational education in order to drive productivity increases and address chronic problems of youth unemployment. This emphasis on skills has been amplified recently, as hopes are being attached to ‘skills-led recoveries’ to the economic downturn associated with Covid-19.
New deadline: Applications due January 11, 2021
Awards announced March 19, 2021
Fellowship awards up to a maximum of $9,000. (Given the COVID-19 pandemic, awarded fellows will likely have until December 31, 2022 to complete their research.)
The Palestinian American Research Center (PARC) announces its 22nd annual U.S. research fellowship competition for research that will contribute to Palestinian Studies. Applicants must be doctoral students or scholars who have earned their PhD and must be U.S. citizens.
New deadline: Applications due January 18, 2021
Awards announced March 19, 2021
Fellowship awards $4,200 per month for a minimum of four and a maximum of eight months of research. (Given the COVID-19 pandemic, awarded fellows will likely have until December 31, 2022 to complete their research.)
The University of Chicago's Center for Latin American Studies and Department of Anthropology are delighted to invite you to our third webinar on innovative research that combines traditional strategies (ethnography, interviews, archival research, archaeological fieldwork, etc.) with spatial analysis.
Webinar 3: Monday, November 30, 2020, 12:40-2:00pm CST
When Eurafrica emerged in the 1920s as an intellectual and political project to connect Europe with Africa, its goal was to ensure European colonial dominance in a changing world. Key to the proposed continental merger was infrastructure—not surprising at a time when railways, ports, camps, and other large-scale building projects were facilitating the extraction and movement of things for Europe while curtailing the freedom and mobility of Africans on an unprecedented scale.
Social scientists have progressively freed themselves from tourism explicative theoretical models, studies on acculturation, and the impact on communities – viewed as traditional, passive and the object of tourism consumption – and have moved on by adopting ethnographic methodologies of experimental immersion.