Lewis, Dr. Helen, U. College Dublin, Dublin, UK - To aid '14th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists (EurASEAA),' 2012, U. College Dublin
Preliminary abstract: The European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists (EurASEAA) brings together scholars working in Southeast Asian archaeology, anthropology, art history and philology. The EurASEAA conference is by definition international, uniting groups of people who do not otherwise normally meet, but who share a common interest in Southeast Asian heritage.
Leinaweaver, Jessaca B., U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI - To aid conference on 'Reproductive Disruptions: Childlessness, Adoption, and Other Reproductive Complexities,' 2005, U. of Michigan, in collaboration with Dr. Marcia C. Inhorn
'Reproductive Disruptions: Childlessness, Adoption, and Other Reproductive Complexities,' May 19-22, 2005, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan -- Organizer: Jessaca B. Leinaweaver and Marcia C. Inhorn. More than 225 scholars from 31 countries attended the conference, with travel funding provided to scholars from resource-poor societies, with Wenner-Gren funds going to support the travel of four anthropological scholars from Bangladesh, Brazil, Nigeria, and Pakistan.
Lema, Dr. Veronica, U. Nacional de La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina - To aid workshop on 'Paleoethnobotanical Studies in South America: Problems and Updates,' 2012, U. Internacional Santiago, Chile, in collaboration with Dr. Carolina Belmar Pantelis
Preliminary Abstract: In recent years, Paleoethnobotanical studies have been integrated as important axes in archaeological investigations, opffering significant contributions to South American archaeology and has had an exponential growth, with numerous specialist. This is reflected on the diversification of topics, specialties and, consequently, lines of evidence. This developement has been materialized in the organization of many symposia and seminars in Latin America designed to present and discuss the achievements of this line of investigation.
Leclerc-Madlala, Dr. Suzanne, U. of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa - To aid conference of ASA on 'Southern African Anthropology in the Context of Globalisation: The Way Forward,' 2005, Durban, in collaboration with Dr. Anand Singh
'Anthropology Southern Africa (ASA) 2005 Conference,' September 22-24, 2005, Durban, South Africa -- Organizers: Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala (University of KwaZulu-Natal) and Anand Singh. The annual conference of Anthropology Southern Africa was hosted by the Department of Anthropology, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Howard College in Durban.
Lee, Dr. Julian, Monash U., Sunway, Malaysia - To aid workshop on 'New Ethnoscapes of a Cosmopolitan Malaysia,' 2012, U. of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, in collaboration with Dr. Gaik Cheng Khoo
Preliminary Abstract: This workshop aims to bring together international and local scholars and researchers to examine a range of ethnoscapes in the urban Greater Klang Valley, Malaysia, that characterise Malaysia's globalised modernity.
Laugrand, Dr. Frederic, U. Laval, Sainte-Foy, Canada - To aid conference on 'The nature of spirits': human and non-human beings in Amerindian cosmologies, 2004, Quebec City, in collaboration with Dr. Jarich Oosten
'The Nature of Spirits: Human and Nonhuman Beings in Aboriginal Cosmologies,' April 29-May 1, 2004, Quebec City, Canada -- Organizers: Frederic Laugrand (University of Laval) and Jarich Oosten (University of Leiden). Participants in this conference discussed how Amerindian peoples from North and South America (and other societies in contrast) conceive of their relationships to the various spiritual and physical entities that belong to 'nature' and 'supernature,' if these terms are appropriate. Many topics were explored from a comparative perspective.
Lavento, Dr. Mika, U. of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland - To aid '18th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA),' 2012, U. of Helsinki, in collaboration with Dr. Friedrich Luth
Preliminary abstract: The EAA's annual conferences aim to bring together archaeologists from all parts of Europe, and an increasing number from the United States of America and other parts of the world. The purpose of the conferences is to exchange ideas, to develop partnerships within Europe and beyond, to stimulate academic debate in a variety of archaeological fields, and to coordinate and enhance the management of cultural resources and the development of the archaeological profession, especially in the new democracies of Eastern Europe.
Landzelius, Dr. Kyra, U. of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK - To aid conference on going native on the net: indigenous cyber-activism and virtual diaspora over the world wide web, 2001, U. of Cambridge
'Indigenous Cyber-Activism and Virtual Diasporas over the World Wide Web'
June 7-9, 2001, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden
Organizer: Dr. Kyra Landzelius (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK)
This workshop convened what is believed to be the first workshop of ethnographers engaged in on-site and online fieldwork to document the nature of information-communications technologies (ICT) use by indigenous peoples and marginalized diasporic communities (exiled and/or immigrant).
Lane, Dr. Paul, British Institute in Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya - To aid conference on heritage in southern and eastern Africa: imagining and marketing public culture and history, 2004, Livingstone Museum, in collaboration with Dr. Lyn Schumaker