AGSA places open call for papers for 2016 symposium

Symposium call for papers

Published October 19, 2015

The Antropology Graduate Student Association (AGSA) invites graduate students to submit paper and poster abstracts for the spring AGSA Convergence Symposium entitled, "Who’s Who and Whose Who? Examinations of Conflict and Cohesion Throughout History."  

This year’s theme focuses on the broad theme of human interaction. Interaction studies focus on a range of topics from colonial encounters to the hybridization of language or resistance to cultural changes.  A wide range of disciplines contributes to studies of such encounters.

The AGSA encourages graduate students from all disciplines to submit abstracts pertaining to some aspect of interaction studies. Such topics include, but are not limited to, cultural human interaction, primate interaction, civil interactions, religious interactions, linguistic interactions, changes and resistance to change through such interaction.

The 2-day symposium is scheduled to take place March 4 and 5, 2016 at the University at Buffalo. Please see the below call for additional information.