ASA19: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CHALLENGES
University of East Anglia, Norwich 3-6 September 2019
The Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth’s 2019 conference will be jointly hosted by the School of International Development, the Sainsbury Research Unit for the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas, and the Department of Art History and World Art Studies at the University of East Anglia. It will take place in and around the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia in Norwich on 3rd–6th September 2019.
The conference invites participants from all areas of anthropology, aiming to encourage debate as widely as possible, across social, material, visual, medical, cognitive and linguistic fields. The call for papers and the call for laboratories are now closed. Likely registration rates are now listed on the registration page.
Early-bird registration is now open, and closes 28 June. 365 papers were accepted into 45 panels addressing conference theme: Anthropological perspectives on global challenges, representing all disciplines and methodological approaches of the social sciences and humanities. Browse the panels and then register here.
An exhibition curated by renowned ceramicist Magdalene Odundo will take place in the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts throughout the conference. Odundo will curate an exhibition made up of her own works vis-a-vis chosen pieces from the Sainsbury Centre collections. There will be a formal address by the artist during the conference.
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(Photo: Magdalene Odundo, Asymmetrical Reduced Black Piece, P423 (1992). Courtesy of the artist and the Crafts Council.)
Local organising committee
Dr Sheila Aikman (International Development)
Dr Ferdinand de Jong (World Art Studies)
Dr Emma Gilberthorpe (International Development) (Chair)
Prof. Steven Hooper (Sainsbury Research Unit)
Prof. Cecile Jackson (International Development)
Dr Karen Jacobs (Sainsbury Research Unit)
Dr Ben Jones (International Development)
Prof. John Mack (Sainsbury Research Unit)
Dr Daniel Rycroft (World Art Studies)
Direct any enquiries to conference(at)theasa.org.