Clark, Dr. Jeffrey, North Dakota State U., Fargo, ND - To aid conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) on 'Digital Discovery: Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage,' 2006, North Dakota State U.
'Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA),' April 18-22, 2006, Fargo, North Dakota. Organizer: Jeffery T. Clark (North Dakota State University). CAA2006 attracted researchers engaged or interested in the application of computer technology for research and education in human heritage. CAA2006 marked the first time in the organization's 34-year history that the conference was held outside of Europe. In joint session with CAA were the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI), and, via an electronic link, the Web3D Consortium.
Chipumuro, Dr. Todne, U. of Vermont, Burlington, VT - To aid workshop on 'The Sacred Social: Investigations of Spiritual Kinship among the Abrahamic Faiths,' 2014, U. of Virginia, Charlottesville, in collaboration with Dr. Asiya Malik
Preliminary abstract: This workshop considers the significance of spiritual kinship, or kinship reckoned in relation to the divine, in creating myriad forms of affiliations among Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Despite theories of twenty-first century secularization, the revival of religious participation globally has renewed scholarly explorations of religion.
Chaudhuri, Dr. Buddhadeb, U. of Calcutta, Calcutta, India - To aid inter congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, 2004, Calcutta
'IUAES 2004 Inter-Congress: Mega Urbanization,. Multi-Ethnic Society, Human Rights and Development,' December 12-15, 2004, Calcutta, India -- Organizer: Buddhadeb Chaudhuri (University of Calcutta). The theme of the IUAES Inter Congress was Mega-Urbanization, Multi-Ethnic Societies, Human Rights and Development. Rapid urbanization and growing importance of mega-cities are the general trends, particularly in the developing countries. But it has serious socioeconomic and environmental implications and naturally needs critical cross-cultural analysis.
Chauhan, Dr. Parth R., Stone Age Institute & CRAFT Research Center, Gosport, IN - To aid workshop on 'Plio-Pleistocene Environments and Hominin Dispersals, Adaptations, and Evolution in India,' 2008, Bhopal, India, in collaboration with Dr. Rajeev Patnaik
'Plio-Pleistocene Environments and Hominin Adaptations in India'
December 1-5, 2008, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
Organizers: Parth R.
Chazan, Dr. Michael, U. of Toronto, Toronto, Canada - To aid '2012 Meeting of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists,' Victoria College, U. of Toronto, in collaboration with Dr. Susan Pfeiffer.
Preliminary Abstract: The biennial conference of the Society of Africanist Archaeologist (SAfA) is the primary international venue for Africanist archaeology and meets alternately in Europe and North America. Recently SAfA held its 2010 meeting jointly with the Panafrican Congress in Dakar, Senegal. A multidisciplinary delegation of approximately 300 people is expected based on registration from the last three SAfA conferences with scholars attending from over 30 countries in North America, Japan, Europe, Australia, and Africa.
Cervone, Dr. Emma, Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, MD - To aid workshop on 'Repositioning Indigeneity in Latin America,' 2010, Johns Hopkins U.
Preliminary abstract: We propose to organize a workshop to bring together Latin American and US based anthropologists and activists whose work explores (a) the shifting conceptualizations of indigeneity, sovereignty and political subjectivity articulated in recent years by indigenous movements and organizations in Latin America and (b) the challenges these new conceptualizations present to culturalist framings of 'indigeneity' as an artifact of colonialism and the liberal nation state.
Cartwright, Dr. Elizabeth, Idaho State U., Pocatello, Idaho - To aid conference on 'Exchanges And Dialogues: Creating New Agendas for Medical Anthropology,' 2013, U. Roviri I Virgili, Tarragona, Spain, in collaboration with Dr. Anita Hardon
Preliminary abstract: This request for funding is for the first, joint Medical Anthropology Network of the EASA/SMA meeting 'Exchanges and Dialogues: Creating New Agendas for Medical Anthropology' that will be held June 12-15, 2013, in Tarragona, Spain. The Medical Anthropology Network of the European Association of Social Anthropologists/Society for Medical Anthropology (AAA) meeting will be the first joint, annual meeting between the two organizations.
Castaneda, Dr. Quetzil E., U. Autonoma de Yucatan, Merida, Mexico - To aid workshop on public meanings of the archaeological past: sociological archaeology and archaeological ethnography, 2005, Piste, in collaboration with Dr. Christopher N. Matthews
'The Public Meanings of the Archaeological Past: Sociological Archaeology and Archaeological Ethnography,' June 1-5, 2005, Piste, Yucatan, Mexico -- Organizers: Quetzil E. Castañeda (Universidad Autónoma de Yucatan) and Christopher N. Matthews. The workshop was hosted by the Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology at the OSEA Research Facility in Piste, Yucatan, Mexico. Twelve participants prepared papers and debated ideas on the ethnographic position within archaeological research.