Call for Papers
Instructions for the submission of individual paper abstracts
If you are interested in presenting a paper on any of the panel themes below, please contact the individual listed panel convenors directly.
Send the panel convenor your paper title and abstract (maximum 250 words), along with your email address and institutional affiliation.
Do NOT submit your paper abstracts to the conference organisers.
The deadline for submission of paper proposals is 1 August 2013.
Paper presentations at the 2013 conference are limited to one paper per participant.
List of Panels: 2013 AAS Conference
- After Mass Loss: Politics of Memory and Mourning across Times and Cultures
- ANSA Postgraduate Panel
- Anthropology and ‘the Animal Turn’: Where Are We Now?
- Anthropology at War
- Anthropological Oceanscapes; Anthropology in the "Sea of Islands"
- Anthropology beyond the Visual
- Applied Anthropology in Australia: Linking Theory and Practice
- Asian-Australian Youth - Transnationalism, Kinship and Connectivity in the Asian Century
- At Home in a Dislocated World? Mobility and the Challenges of Belonging
- The ‘Back End’ of Consumption: Anthropological Perspectives on Economies of Waste, Rubbish and Recycling
- Being Human: Experiencing Danger, Risk and Trauma
- Challenges to National Identity from Alternative Imaginings of Belonging
- Circulation in Times of Crisis
- Citizenship Projects in Transnational Asia: Gender, Belonging and Care
- Comparison of Conceptions of Thinking and Emotions among Austronesians
- Contested Status: Women, Gender, and Marriage Controversies in Timor-Leste—Anthropological Perspectives
- Cultural Brokers: From the Background into the Limelight
- Dreaming in Black and White: How the Dreams of Indigenes and Settlers about each other Shape the Colonial Encounter
- Ecologies of Writing: Surface, texture, technology, (re)presentation
- The Emotional Complexities of Intergenerational Relationships
- Environmentalists’ Worlds
- Ethnographies of Public Transport: Exploring Quotidian Travel
- Ethnographies of Sorcery and Witchcraft: Perspectives from the Asia-Pacific
- Ethnographies of the Political: Perspectives from the Asia-Pacific
- Food Sovereignty: Local and Global Solutions to Human Survival Under Deteriorating Climatic Conditions
- Gazing and Being Gazed At
- How Big is our Family? Extensions and Restrictions of Kin and Marriage
- Images of Nature, Images of Self
- (Im)mobile Worlds and the Ethnographic Project
- Intimacy, Agency and Opposition
- Involuntary and Voluntary Displacement and Resettlement: Local and Global Perspectives
- Language, Morality and the Emotions
- Moralities of Money – Rethinking the New Exotic of Economic Anthropology
- The Polyphony of Islamic Experiences in Eastern Indonesia
- Religiosities in the Margins: Boundaries, Locations and Mobilities
- Re-Thinking Personhood: In Anthropology, and in Indigenous Australian
- Same but Different: Innovation and Experimentation in Desert Arts
- ‘Social Mapping’ – A Dirty Business?
- Strangers and Familiars
- Town Worlds
- Traversing borders: Applied anthropology and forced migration in Australia and the Asia Pacific
- What has the 'Inclusive' Museum Meant for Research in Museums?
- Worlding Personhood in Oceania: Movements, Intersections and Emplacements
- Youth in a Massively Interconnected World
- Constructive Smoking
- Worlds Apart? Development & Sacred Site and Cultural Heritage Management
- Conversations on Ethics, Morality and Anthropological Encounters
If you encounter problems submitting your paper abstracts please contact the program secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org