[URBANTH-L]Sustainability and related topics

Cobalt Blue cobalt700 at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 29 12:22:56 EDT 2009

I am
looking to speak with anthropologists who are interested in writing or editing opportunitiesand who have focused (or would like to focus) on
sustainability/Corporate Responsibility/
environmental movements (green)/ sustainable cities/urban agricultural, and related topics.

Please contact me at:

jsenxian at gmail.com


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   1. TAC Film Festival Call for Entries (Meara Butler)

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Apologies as always for the necessity of cross-posting...


To those involved in film about the human cultural heritage:

*Less than two months remain* to submit film entries for the 2010 edition
of *The Archaeology Channel* International Film and Video Festival.  This is
the only international competition for this genre in the entire Western
Hemisphere and a wonderful showcase for your work.  Our deadline for receipt
of entries is October 15, 2009.  TAC Festival 2010 takes place May 18-22,
2010, in the Soreng Theater of the Hult Center for the Performing Arts here
in Eugene, Oregon, USA.  Our entry form with our guidelines is available
through our Call for Entries link at
http://www.archaeologychannel.org/content/TACfestival.shtml.  Please read
the guidelines carefully, as we depend on you for accurate information.

*Please do not wait* to send your entries, because a flood of entries in the
last week will slow down our review and notification process.  In previous
years, some entries regrettably were rejected because of errors in entry
forms or problems with the film review copies.  If you allow plenty of time
for these problems to be resolved, you can help assure that you will not be
excluded from consideration.  Also, we encourage you to make plans to attend
the Festival to represent your films and also to participate in our
Conference on Cultural Heritage Film.

For our last Festival, we received 87 entries from 25 countries.  We would
like to exceed those numbers this year and to attract the world’s best films
in our genre to this competition.  With your support and participation, we
can continue to grow TAC Festival as a promotional tool for good film work
about the human cultural heritage.

Please share this announcement with others you know who may have films
suitable for entry. Many thanks and best wishes to you all.

Richard M. (Rick) Pettigrew, Ph.D., RPA

President and Executive Director

Archaeological Legacy Institute

RPettigrew at aol.com



Meara Butler

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