CFP: Society for Economic Anthro meeting, April 2005 (deadline: Nov 1st)
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*Call for Papers*
The Society for Economic Anthropology seeks proposals for papers and
poster presentations for our 2005 annual meetings, April 21-23, 2005 at
Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire on the theme: Economies and
the Transformation of Landscape*.*
The SEA meetings provide a rare opportunity for a focused
and coherent program of presentation, with time for critical discussion
in a convivial intellectual setting. About 15 papers are selected from
abstracts for a program that allows 20 minutes for presentation and 20
minutes for discussion in a single plenary session over two days; 20-30
additional abstracts will be selected for an afternoon poster session.
Each SEA conference also produces a book on the same theme. Submitting
a paper for the plenary session is a commitment that you wish to be
considered for inclusion in this volume.
We seek papers that address the interconnected themes of
*/conceptual and physical transformations of the landscape/,* as
well as those that focus more specifically on one or more of the
following cross cutting sub themes:
* Livelihoods and Access to Resources (including the intersection of
economy-ecology at household, community and regional scales).
* Political-economy of landscape transformation (including the
role power plays in transforming landscapes).
* Beyond the local multilevel transformations (including links
between interregional and global processes and their impacts on
* Historical and pre-historical processes of human adaptation and
* The "constructedness" of landscapes physically and cognitively
and the role of the economy in conceptualizing the environment.
We encourage archaeologists to submit abstracts as well as cultural
anthropologists, geographers and other social scientists concerned with
economy-ecology linkages. Send an abstract for a paper or poster of
400-600 words to Lisa Cliggett and Chris Pool, Department of
Anthropology, 211 Lafferty Hall, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
40506-0024. Deadline for abstracts is November 1^st 2004.
Lisa Cliggett, PhD
Department of Anthropology
211 Lafferty Hall
University of Kentucky
Lexington KY 40506-0024
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