[UPDATE] CALL FOR PAPERS
HEALTH, DISEASE AND CULTURE AREA
October 24, 25 2014 NORTHEAST POPULAR CULTURE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The Northeast Popular/American Culture Association (NEPCA) is soliciting papers for topics relating to the specialized area of Health, Disease and Culture for its annual meeting, which will be held on the campus of Providence College in Providence, RI, Friday October 24 and Saturday October 25, 2014.
Once again, I have compiled a list of some recent publications on Lusophone Africa. Please share your own publications with our network by sending the information to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gary Baines, South Africa's Border War: Contested Narratives and Conflicting Memories (Bloomsbury 2014).
Plants & Health: Producing Anthropologies at the Human-Environment-Health Nexus
Session Organizer: Liz Olson, PhD (Allegheny College) email@example.com
The Healing Arts Across the Mediterranean (28 March 2014, Rutgers University)
The Healing Arts Across The Mediterranean: Communities, Knowledge And Practices, a conference sponsored by SAS, the Program in Medieval Studies, the Program in Early Modern Studies, the Center for Cultural Analysis, the Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, the Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis, the Department of History at Rutgers-Newark, and the Medical Humanities
CALL FOR AUTHORS: Encyclopedia of World Poverty 2nd Edition
I'am Gizem Baysal, who is writing to you from Turkey, Istanbul.
Now I'm studying on Cultural Studies in Istanbul Bilgi University and now trying to write my thesis.
In Turkey, LGBTI people still struggle about their rights interms of economical, sociological and medical.
We are excited to encourage submissions for a AAA 2014 panel entitled "Discipline, Care and Punish? Anthropological Approaches to Suffering and Well-Being across the Carceral Continuum."
British Society of Sports History
South of England Sport and Leisure History Network
London Branch: Sport and Leisure History Seminar
Risky or relaxing? Leading ladies through Pregnancy and Exercise in Britain, c. 1930–1970
Speaker: Dr Eilidh Macrae (University of Abertay)