University of St Andrews, St Andrews 24-27 August 2020
The Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth’s 2020 conference will be hosted by the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of St Andrews.
The call for panels under the theme of Responsibility is now closed. The accepted panels have been selected by the conference committee. The call for papers will open on 1 February.
Anthropology has a long history in St Andrews, dating from the beginning of Andrew Lang's scholarly career in the 1860s and culminating in the founding of an independent department in 1979. Since then, the Department has championed innovative ethnographic and historical scholarship. In 1992, Social Anthropology was incorporated as a Department within the School of Philosophical, Anthropological and Film Studies. The Department is also home to the Centre for Cosmopolitan Studies, the Centre for Amerindian, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, the Centre for Pacific Studies, and the Centre for Minorities Research.
We invite panels to be submitted under the following sub-themes:
- Who speaks, and for whom?
- Health, disease and wellbeing
- Morality and legality
- Irresponsibility and failure
Lead Conveners: Dr Melissa Demian & Dr Christos Lynteris
Local Committee: Professor Mark Harris, Dr Huon Wardle, Dr Melissa Demian, Dr Christos Lynteris & Professor Nigel Rapport, Dr Stavroula Pipyrou
Conference Administrators: Audrey Bruce, from University of St Andrew’s Accommodation, Conferences & Events
For any questions about the conference please contact the ASA2020 lead conveners Dr Melissa Demian and Dr Christos Lynteris at asa2020(at)st-andrews.ac.uk or the ACE Team at asa2020(at)st-andrews.ac.uk
Call for Panels 25/10/2019-22/12/2019
Decisions on panels announced 20/01/2020
Call for Films 01/02/2020-15/03/2020
Call for Papers and Labs 01/02/2020-15/03/2020
Panel convenors mark-up paper decisions 01/04/2020
Film selection announced 01/04/2020
Early Bird registration 10/04/2020 - 25/05/2020