In 2017, ANZSANA will hold its annual conference at the Embassy of Australia, Washington DC. ANZSANA is a multidisciplinary organization that supports and promotes the study of Australia and New Zealand in North America. We welcome papers on any aspect of Australian or New Zealand studies as well as comparative studies involving Australia, New Zealand, and North America. The program committee invites proposals for individual papers, full panels, presentations, performances, films, roundtables, workshops, conversations, or alternative formats.
December 2016 will mark the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Guatemalan peace accords that ended more than thirty years of civil war in 1996.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The international conference "Cultures of resistance, minorized peoples and languages" aims at questioning the way States deal with minorized languages and cultures within their national territory, as well as the modes of resistance minorized people deploy to defend their rights.
CALL FOR PAPERS "Repensar los márgenes. Mediadores locales y dinámicas globales en América (Siglos XVI-XVIII). Reflexiones Y Nuevas Propuestas".
Simposio propuesto para el XVIII Congreso AHILA 2017 (En los márgenes de la Historia tradicional. Nuevas miradas de América Latina desde el siglo XXI), que tendrá lugar en la Universidad de Valencia, (España) del 5-9 de septiembre de 2017.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE / CONGRESS OF THE FRENCH ASSOCIATION OF CANADIAN STUDIES
Paris, 14-16 June 2017
DEFINING CANADA, 1867-2017: VALUES, PRACTICES AND REPRESENTATIONS
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Sustainable Wisdom: Integrating Indigenous Know-How for Global Flourishing
September 11-15, 2016 | Notre Dame, IN
Hosted by the University of Notre Dame, in the homeland of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi
Sebastião Salgado, considered one of the most important documentary photographers and photojournalists working today, has recently completed ‘Genesis’, a profound and ambitious eight-year project of wonderfully crafted, black and white images.
This call is to solicit chapter proposals for Bridging the Solitudes: Essays on Canadian Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror, an edited volume of scholarly essays on Canadian science-fiction, fantasy, and horror to be co-edited by Amy J. Ransom (Central Michigan University) and Dominick Grace (Brescia University College). A book proposal, including accepted abstracts, will be submitted to the Palgrave/Macmillan series on Studies in Global Science Fiction (series editors Anindita Banerjee, Rachel Haywood Ferreira, and Mark Bould).