Second City Anthropology Conference – Call for Papers

We invite graduate and undergraduate students to submit proposals for the third annual Second City Anthropology Conference to be held March 8, 2014 at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The conference theme will be Difference, Disruption, and Resilience: Inquiries in the Anthropology of Change.

 http://anthropology.las.uic.edu/anthropology/conference

 The Second City Anthropology Conferenceoffers graduate students in anthropology and related fields an opportunity to present original research papers in organized panels, which will conclude with discussions by anthropology faculty from local universities. There will also be a poster session for undergraduate presenters, although graduate students may also submit abstracts for posters. The conference will conclude with a keynote address by Dr. Mary Anglin, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Kentucky.

 Students, faculty, and the general public are welcome to attend the conference, which will be free of charge. Lunch will also be provided to registered attendees and presenters. To access the Call for Papers flyer, information about meeting registration and abstract submission, please visit the conference website:

http://anthropology.las.uic.edu/anthropology/conference

 The deadline for abstract submission will be Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 7pm CST. Registration will remain open for general attendance after this date. If you have any further questions, please contact us by email at <uic.scaconference@gmail.com>.

 Best regards,

 SCA Conference 2014 Executive Committee

Department of Anthropology

University of Illinois at Chicago

uic.scaconference@gmail.com

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