Due date for submission is September 3, 2018.
The myths, legends, and folklore of the world are both timeless and timely, giving context to the courses of nations and meaning to personal moments. They are reenacted in formal tableaux and reified in cosplay. They inform our religions and our television. They are us.
The Phillips Fund of the American Philosophical Society provides grants for research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and the history of studies of Native Americans, in the continental United States and Canada.
We are looking for contributors to a workshop focused on ethnical, legal, professional and educational issues surrounding handling materials featuring forms of indigenous cultural/intellectual heritage, and/or created with participation of indigenous peoples, or on indigenous lands.
Workshop on “Democracy, indigenous rights and ethno-racial mobilisation: Latin America in comparative perspective” | 6 October 2018 | Geneva
2nd Global Conference
Food, Heritage and Community
An Inclusive Interdisciplinary Conference
Saturday 9th March 2019 - Sunday 10th March 2019
Prague, Czech Republic
Food and Drink have always been far more than simply sustenance and succor. Forming a fascinating, complex and diverse foundation for communities across the world, the needs, rituals and practices related to food and drink open up important insights and perspectives on who we are, how we live and the ways in which we have and continue to come together.
The 41st Annual Conference of the New Netherland Institute will convene in Albany, New York at the New York State Museum on the 22nd of September 2018. This year's title is "Conflict and Collaboration in the New World," and the program will feature seven presentations by scholars of New Netherland and the Dutch Atlantic.
Schedule (subject to change)
Call For Proposals: American Indian Literatures and Cultures
Critical Fashion & Luxury at NeMLA 2019
Jen Sweeney (Bard College), Nigel Lezama (Brock University) & Jess Clark (Brock University) are co-organizing a small series of critical fashion and luxury studies interventions and events at NeMLA in Washington, DC, from March 21 to 24, 2019. We are seeking 200-word proposals from speakers for the following panel and round table:
Power Dressing: Counter-Hegemonic Practices in Fashion And Luxury