This pluridisciplinary issue analyses creative practices by Indigenous artists, or artists working closely with Indigenous communities. How do Indigenous societies perceive and interact with pollution and toxic substances that affect their environment and territories? How can conceptions of waste and its recycling enlighten discourses on Indigenous sovereignty? How does the notion of sovereignty – as understood, lived, and defined by Indigenous peoples – inform and influence artistic practices that respond to contemporary environmental challenges?
Book Prize: The Indigenous History Studies Group, an affiliated committee of the Canadian Historical Association, is pleased to solicit submissions for the award for English or French language scholarly books with a publication date of 2018 in the area of Indigenous History in Canada (i.e.
We seek interdisciplinary papers for a proposed panel at the 2019 American Studies Association conference (Honolulu, Hawai'i, Novembe
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
Duane H. King Postdoctoral Fellowship
University of Tulsa
The University of Tulsa’s Helmerich Center for American Research (HCAR) at Gilcrease Museum seeks applications for its first Duane H. King Postdoctoral Fellow. The Research Center houses the Gilcrease Library and Archive containing more than 100,000 rare books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, and unpublished works.
Call for Contributors
Native American Moral Lifeways: A Relational Approach
Abstracts Due: July 1, 2019
Fritz Detwiler, ed.
Adrian (Mi) College
This volume builds on Vine Deloria’s comment that Native American worlds are moral universes. Chapters selected for inclusion should focus one of four questions interpreted broadly:
Join us for the 2019 Montana History Conference on September 26-28 in Helena. Session proposals are Due on March 4, 2019.
Mount Vernon welcomes author Patrick Spero to the Robert H. and Clarice Smith Auditorium to discuss his book Frontier Rebels: The Fight for Independence in the American West, 1765-1776 on Wednesday, January 30, 2019. For more information and to reserve your space for this event, please register here.
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Impending Deadline for 2019 William L. Clements Library Fellowship Applications