26
Aug
2008

The 10th Biennial Conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA)

26th to 30th August in Ljubljana, Slovenia

The 10th conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, 26 to 30 August in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Anthropologists have been facing diversity since the beginning of social/cultural anthropology as an academic discipline. The main aim of the conference is to deal with public discourse on diversity, cross-cultural communication and, at the same time, the absence of speaking about underestimated aspects of mutuality, including post-colonial, post-imperial, post-socialist, and post-racial.

Experiencing processes of late (or post-) industrialism and modernity, anthropologist study the present-day situation “in the field” and equally accentuate consideration of constructed and “natural” environments. When speaking of diversity, the conference will not overlook the flip side of the “intercultural dialogue”: new racism, ethnic nationalism, cultural fundamentalism and “soft” modes of exploitation.

Registration fees
Non-members: €180
Members (EASA & WCAA organisations): €130
Students and/or economically disadvanteged: : €90
Registration prices will rise after the beginning of July

More information http://www.easa2008.eu/


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