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Applications: Adivasi Fellowship Programme

Adivasi Fellowship Programme

Department of Anthropology, LSE and Department of Development Studies, SOAS

Application deadline: 2 January 2017

The ESRC and EU ERC funded LSE Inequality and Poverty Research Programme, focusing on understanding the persistence of poverty amongst Adivasis and Dalits in India, seeks to invite Adivasi Scholars from Peninsular India to spend two weeks with the Programme in London in Autumn 2017 (Oct-Dec term).

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CfP: Mauritius after 50 years of Independence

Mauritius after 50 years of Independence: Charting the way forward

Organized by the University of Mauritius in collaboration with the Mauritius Research Council

28-30 June 2017
 

CfP deadline: 10th January 2017

Submission of full paper: 15 May 2017

Keynote Speakers: Prof. Thomas Hylland Eriksen (University of Oslo), Prof. Patrick Eisenlohr (University of Göttingen) and Prof. Lino Briguglio (University of Malta).

 

 

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CfP: John Lockwood Kipling: Changing Worlds

John Lockwood Kipling: Changing Worlds
King's College London, 4th March 2017

CfP deadline: 14th December 2016

This one-day interdisciplinary international conference, co-organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum and King's College London, is centred on the career and artistic networks of the draughtsman, designer, architectural sculptor, art school teacher and colonial museum curator (as well as sometime journalist and folklorist) John Lockwood Kipling (1837-1911).

 

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Call for Papers: Monsoon Assembly Air

Call for Abstracts:
Monsoon Assembly Air
21 April 2017
University of Westminster, London, UK

CfP deadline: 15 January 2017

Contributions are invited to Monsoon Assembly Air, the first of three annual symposia to be convened by Monsoon Assemblages, ERC Starting Grant no. 679873 at the University of Westminster in London.

Monsoon Assembly Air will interrogate questions of monsoon atmospheres, depressions, winds, cyclones, clouds, onsets, temporalities and forecasts; of birds, seed dispersal, dust, aerosols and fragrances; of monsoon sounds and music; of monsoon wind driven trading systems; of monsoons on the air and in the media; of the many systems and technologies through which knowledge of monsoon air is produced – religious, cultural, political, scientific, everyday. We also wish to address questions of urban monsoon airs - heat islands, the micro-politics of life performed by air, bodily airs, air-conditioning, air-pollution, air-ports and air architecture.

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