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Subject:

Call for Papers: ESFO 2018

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Dr Ali Clark <[log in to unmask]>

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Dr Ali Clark <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 5 Apr 2018 15:07:04 +0100

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Dear Colleagues,

The call for papers for ESfO 2018 in Cambridge and London is now open. 
All papers must be submitted via the conference website and the list of 
panels can be found here:

https://www.pacific-studies.net/conferences/public.php?confID=3&action=sessions

Please note that we recommend you contact the panels organisers 
separately before submitting your paper via the website.

All paper proposals must be a maximum of 200 words and no more. 
Proposals must include your contact details. Please do not include 
bibliographies.

The deadline for all paper submissions is June 29th 2018 and each 
delegate is only allowed to give one paper.

ESfO conference paper submissions are managed electronically and 
delegates should submit the abstract of their paper to the relevant 
panel through the conference website: 
https://www.pacific-studies.net/conferences/public.php?confID=3&action=sessions

To do so, you will first need to be registered at 
www.pacific-studies.net. Delegates are asked to state in their profile 
their institutional affiliation since this will be included in the 
conference programme.

Panel organizers will automatically receive an email message when 
delegates submit an abstract. The abstract should include your name, 
affiliation, a title and a paper proposal that should not exceed 200 
words.

Delegates are be able to register, and book the conference dinner, and 
make payments through links on the conference website. Links to 
conference accommodation are also available. Delegates are reminded that 
registration and the acceptance of a paper will be separate matters.

Please note that poster proposals are also welcome and should be sent 
to: [log in to unmask] If you experience problems in the 
process of submission of your paper proposal, please also email 
[log in to unmask]

Conference Theme – Dealing with Inequality: Pacific perspectives, 
Pacific futures
Economists such as Thomas Piketty have influentially argued that 
inequality has been globally exacerbated in recent decades, and has 
broad and negative impacts on the environment, human society, governance 
and well-being. Inspired by Marilyn Strathern's 1987 edited collection, 
Dealing with Inequality, and the tradition of ethnographic 
conceptualisation, contextualisation and critique that that volume 
exemplified, this conference will address culture, society and history 
across Oceania, from the vantage point of anthropology's longstanding 
commitment to engaging local perspectives and sensitivity to Oceania's 
heterogeneity.
The theme of the 12th conference of the European Society for Oceanists 
encourages participants to discuss these questions by examining concrete 
empirical realities in the Pacific; by foregrounding local perspectives; 
and by foregrounding the sheer heterogeneity of culture and society in 
the Pacific, in diasporic milieux including those across island 'homes'. 
As at the 11th conference, the convenors encourage contributions ranging 
beyond Oceania's literal regional limits, to include Pacific presences 
and interventions in other contexts and regions through diplomacy, 
travel, migration, tourism, trade, art, museums and performance.
The conference coincides with the 'Oceania' exhibition at the Royal 
Academy, the largest exhibition to date responding to art, history and 
contemporary identity across the region as a whole. The convenors invite 
artistic interventions that will contribute to a wider dialogue between 
academia and contemporary practice, and also cross-disciplinary 
contributions which may range across anthropology, archaeology, art 
history, development studies, political studies, geography, history, 
linguistics, and related fields.

Keynotes: Holly Wardlow, Sean Mallon and Andrew Moutu.

Please go to:
https://www.pacific-studies.net/conferences/public.php?confID=3&action=sessions
to read the abstract of the panels and submit your paper

Best regards,

Nicholas Thomas

-- 
Research Associate
Pacific Presences
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
University of Cambridge
Downing Street
Cambridge
CB2 3DZ
Tel: 01223 765875
Email: [log in to unmask]
Web: http://pacificpresences.org/

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