Upcoming CONAA Council on Nursing & Anthropology Events

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Come help support CONAA, the Council on Nursing and Anthropology, in Albuquerque, New Mexico for the Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meetings from March 18-22, 2014. The Call for CONAA sponsored Papers, Posters & Session Organizers for the 2014 Annual Meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology is now open.

Contact Karen Lucas Breda if you want to participate in a CONAA session at SfAA. The deadline for SfAA abstract submissions is October 15, 2013.

To be part of a CONAA session, please send your name, affiliation, abstract title and full abstract: Karen Breda at: breda@hartford.edu prior to October 15th so that you can be placed in a CONAA sponsored session. Call 860-888-5211 with questions.

For the 4th consecutive year in 2014 ?The Council on Nursing and Anthropology? (CONAA) is co-sponsoring the Society for Applied Anthropology meetings.

Join CONAA at the Society for Applied Anthropology 2014 Annual Meetings in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Albuquerque Hotel at Old Town from March 18-22, 2014 See the following SfAA 2014 link for conference details: https://www.sfaa.net/sfaa2014.html

The SfAA program theme is Destinations including immigration and human rights issues. CONAA members and friends should consider a variety of broad questions pertaining to destinations such as globalization and health, human rights and disease. Related topics are also welcome for CONAA sessions.

Thank you,
Karen Lucas Breda
CONAA President
E-Mail: breda@hartford.edu



Society for Applied Anthropology 2014 Annual Meetings
Program Theme: Destinations

Destination:
(1) the place to which one is going or directed;
(2) the ultimate purpose for which something is created or intended.

A theme devoted to destinations informs all our work in anthropology and in the associated applied social sciences and humanities.

We are a world on the move. We are increasingly drawn to issues of transience and mobility. The leading question of our time might no longer be who are we but rather where are we going? Where will we live as storms imperil our lives and as sea levels rise, or as fresh water becomes a scarce commodity in many parts of the world? How do we imagine a fair and just world in those places where immigrants face discrimination and hostility and political refugees wait impatiently for someone to respond to their plight? Where do we find safe harbor when some of our most constant fellow travelers are disease and epidemics and where health care professionals struggle to respond to the needs of a diverse and highly transient population? Where do we locate the past and peoples' heritage in such a great furor of instability and mobility? How and to what effect are peoples? homes and environments transformed by the ubiquitous demands of a global tourism industry? How far must our food and goods travel to satisfy modern consumer demand? How do our cities and communities respond to the needs of the homeless, the undocumented, and multiple other visitors? How are the diasporas of the past reflected in the contingencies of the present, and how might we anticipate the movements of people in the future?

The 2014 meetings will reflect the Society's international membership and representation of all the applied social scientists. Proposals for sessions and individual presentations on all topics of interest to this broad constituency are welcome, as well as those more specifically tied to the year's program theme. Submissions from anthropologists and applied anthropologists who are practicing outside academic settings are most welcome. The program committee encourages the active participation of archaeologists with interests in public engagement and applied archaeological practice.

Erve Chambers, Ph.D.
SfAA 2014 Program Chair
E-Mail: echamber@umd.edu SfAA 2014 Program Committee






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