European Association of Social Anthropologists - 2020 Conference
Date de début : 21 Juillet 2020 09:00
Date de fin : 24 Juillet 2020 17:00
Lieu : Lisbon | Portugal
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The Call for Panels for the 16th EASA Biennial Conference has been launched. Titled "New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe”, the EASA conference will be held from 21-24 July, 2020 at the ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute and ICS-Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon. EASA reminds us that its history started 30 years ago in Portugal, it’s an anniversary!
The official deadline for the call for panels is October 21, 2020. This means we need to have panel abstracts ready well in advance of this date. To have your panel listed as network-affiliated panel, it is necessary to first check with the Anthromob convenors. In the past, we have found network affiliated panels are more likely to be successful than individual submissions, so we’d encourage you to consider submitting an official Anthromob panel.
Many suggested themes of the conference are also highly relevant to issues within mobility research (future-making, kinship, precarity, imperial and decolonial relations, and many more!) and it would be great if Anthromob had a strong presence in Lisbon EASA2020. You can find more details about the theme here. In the past EASA conferences (e.g. Milan 2016, Stockholm 2018), Anthromob had a large number of network-sponsored panels, largely due to our members’ efforts in preparing strong proposals in advance. Let’s try to keep it up! We suggest picking one (or a combination) of the suggested topics and developing a mobility related panel out of it. For further inspiration please look over the theme of our Anthromob workshop to come in Barcelona this year in November 2019.
Please send your panel suggestions to the Anthromob convenors by October 6th at the very latest (firstname.lastname@example.org). This will ensure we have time to make editorial suggestions as well as find collaborators for your panel suggestion (if need be). If you have any ideas but are unsure how to go about refining them into a panel abstract, by all means contact us to discuss the issue further.
Remember we are not responsible for the decisions of EASA, however we are offering advice and discussion of your panel ideas in order to strengthen the argument. This way we will also have an overview whether panels with similar topics are being proposed.
Please have a look at the conference webpage regarding panel formats, submission rules and other useful info. Please note that for this conference EASA encourages a wide range of Panel formats, and we encourage you to try these out!
For those of you who haven't submitted before. The guidelines state the following:
Panels should have at least two co-convenors (panel organisers) from different institutions, and ideally from different countries. At least one of the convenors must have a PhD degree. Delegates (those attending the conference) may only make one presentation each. It is allowed to be a co-author on additional papers if you are not the one presenting them. In addition, a delegate may also convene once (be that a plenary, panel, lab or roundtable) and be a discussant or a chair in one plenary session, panel, or roundtable. Roundtable participation counts as being a discussant, not a presenter. All convenors and presenters must be members of EASA (during 2020), and pay their subscription before the conference. You need not conform to this rule when making your proposal, but must address it after your proposal has been accepted. EASA requires all accepted panels to be open to paper proposals through the website: panels should not be organised as 'closed' sessions, although roundtables can be. When proposing an EASA network panel, please inform the network convenors of your proposal before submitting it. The network name must be appended to the title of the proposed panel. e.g. Latest research in soul kitchens [Anthropology of Food Network]. All attending the conference, including panel convenors, paper presenters, discussants and chairs, will need to register and pay to attend
The Scientific Committee of EASA2020 will decide which proposals to accept based on:
a) compliance with 'the rules'
b) on clarity, cohesion, reliability and academic rigour (quality)
The Scientific Committee will pay attention to different anthropological traditions and topics.
EASA2020 can host a maximum of 2000 delegates, which from experience suggests approximately 180 panels. This is likely to be below 50% of the number of proposals received. All proposals must be made via the online form. Proposals should consist of a panel title, a short description of <300 characters, and an abstract of 250 words. The proposal may also include the names of any chairs or discussants, although these can be added subsequently using the login environment, Cocoa. Please use the convention of Firstname Lastname (Institution). (Where convenors will take these roles, you need not re-enter their names.)
Also, feel free to use this Anthromob mailing list to look for co-convenors for your panels!
Looking forward to receiving your proposals!
All the best,
Your Anthromob team Anna Lisa Ramella, University of Cologne (Germany)
Fabiola Mancinelli, University of Barcelona (Spain)
Silvia Wojczewski, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)