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March 2017

The 3rd International Conference on Postdisciplinary Approaches 2018: Knowledge as Disobedience, Expression and Creativity

March 15 @ 8:00 am - October 15 @ 5:00 pm
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“None but ourselves can free our minds” Bob Marley The aim of the 3rd International Conference on Postdisciplinary Approaches is to extend the boundaries of what constitutes ‘legitimate’ knowledge. The conference is open to academics from all walks of life, regardless of disciplinary background or affiliation. We welcome presentations dealing with postdisciplinarity approaches to knowledge as disobedience, expression and creativity. Researchers are invited to present their knowledge production and passion in the form of research papers, movies or audio-visual material,…

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April 2017

Call For Papers Social Movements, Resistance and Social Change 2017

April 3 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm
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The fourth annual conference in the Social Movements, Resistance and Social Change series will be hosted by Economic and Social Research Aotearoa and Massey University, 6 – 8 September 2017 at Massey’s Albany campus in Auckland. Ka whawhai tonu mātou Beyond capitalism – beyond colonisation As political, economic and ecological crises deepen so does the urgency of our need to find new ideas and new methods of organising. What are the brightest ideas and models emerging from our activist work…

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Call for sessions and abstracts: CODATA2017 Conference “Global Challenges and Data-Driven Science”

April 12 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm
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nternational CODATA 2017 Conference “Global Challenges and Data-Driven Science” 8-13 October 2017 Saint Petersburg, Russia The 2017 international CODATA Conference, “Global Challenges and Data-Driven Science” will explore the fundamental issues relating to the availability, (re-)use and scientific analysis of data that relate to the most significant contemporary global challenges. A call for session and paper proposals has now opened. Global science is increasingly data-driven. Major international scientific programmes contribute to a collective endeavour to understand contemporary global processes and phenomena…

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Sociolinguistics Symposium 22: Crossing Borders: South, North, East, and West

April 21 @ 8:00 am - August 14 @ 5:00 pm
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SS22 invites submissions of abstracts for colloquiua, individual papers and posters. Deadline for submission: Monday 14 August 2017, 23:59 New Zealand Standard Time Presentation Formats Colloquium - (short) 1.5 hours with 3 contributors Colloquium - (long) 3 hours with a minimum of 5-6 contributors Paper - 25 minutes, includes 5 minutes for questions/responses Poster  - (to be displayed at designated times throughout the Symposium) Strands Abstracts should address one of the key strands of the Symposium: Anthropological linguistics Applied sociolinguistics Cognitive sociolinguistics Critical sociolinguistics…

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Raewyn Good Study Award for Māori and Pasifika Social Science Research

April 21 @ 8:00 am - September 1 @ 5:00 pm
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  Criteria Following is a list of criteria for the Raewyn Good Study Award. It is not intended that all applicants (graduates) meet all the criteria on this list. Please indicate in your application the relevant bullet points that apply: I am of Māori or Pasifika descent or identify as Māori or Pasifika I am registered, or planning to register for a Master’s degree in the social sciences in a New Zealand university I will be undertaking research involving Māori…

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May 2017

The 3rd Community Psychology Festival ‘Falling apart; Pulling together: Collaboration in times of division’

May 4 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm
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Community Psychology is a recently reinvigorated branch of applied psychology that highlights the detrimental effects of structural inequality and competitive individualism on mental health and wellbeing. Community psychologists are typically clinical, counselling, health, organisational, and educational psychologists, who work in diverse settings such as the NHS, third sector, social enterprises, local councils, academia, and policy making. Community psychology believes that healthy individuals are the product of healthy societies, as it seeks to create ways of living and working that adhere…

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Emotions of Cultures/Cultures of Emotions Comparative Perspectives

May 15 @ 8:00 am - July 31 @ 5:00 pm
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The Society for the History of Emotions (SHE) is an international and interdisciplinary professional organisation. SHE promotes a deeper understanding of the changing meanings and consequences of emotional concepts, expressions and regulation over time and space and across cultures. The Society is committed to fostering interdisciplinary international dialogue on all aspects of humanities-based emotions research.  The historical and cultural conditioning of emotions – including their expression, regulation and performance, and their gendered, ethnic, class-based and contingent nature – is a methodologically rich field. This…

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June 2017

Mary Boyd Prize 2017: call for submissions

June 2 @ 8:00 am - July 31 @ 5:00 pm
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The New Zealand Historical Association is calling for submissions to be considered for the 2017 Mary Boyd Prize. Named in memory of the Pacific historian Mary Beatrice Boyd (1921–2010), this award is for the best article on any aspect of New Zealand history published in a refereed journal. To be eligible, nominated articles must have been published between 2 April 2015 and 1 April 2017. (This includes online publication of the final article by a refereed journal.) To enter, authors should…

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Tāmaki Herenga Waka: where histories meet – NZHA 2017 call for abstracts

June 2 @ 8:00 am - July 28 @ 5:00 pm
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NZHA, in association with History at the School of Humanities, University of Auckland, is pleased to open the call for abstracts for its biennial conference: 28 November – 1 December 2017. Find out more on the conference website: www.historiesmeet.org. Tāmaki Herenga Waka: where histories meet proposes two main thematic lines – one acknowledging the core business of NZHA, the other the conference location: Aotearoa – New Zealand: This theme calls attention to Aotearoa New Zealand history. We note that the…

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Call for session proposals: World Social Science Forum 2018

June 9 @ 8:00 am - September 1 @ 5:00 pm
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We are pleased to announce that a call for session proposals for the 2018 World Social Science Forum is now open. The Forum will take place from 25-28 September 2018, in Fukuoka, Japan, on the theme of ‘Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures’. We are pleased to invite proposals for parallel sessions under the following sub-themes of the Forum: ·         Sustainability and security ·         Cybersecurity ·         Human security ·         Security and the 2030 Agenda ·         Globalization, diversity, and cultures of belonging ·         Development and…

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Conference: Reflections on the commemoration of World War One

June 12 @ 8:00 am - November 1 @ 5:00 pm
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22-23 November 2018, Christchurch Brought to you by Canterbury100 As we approach the end of the centenary of World War One, it is timely to consider the ways in which this conflict has been commemorated. Galleries, libraries, archives and museums around New Zealand and the world have explored old and new narratives of the war and presented these in exhibitions, public programmes and research. Many of these interpretations have been the result of collaborations that have joined repositories with academia,…

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CALL FOR PAPERS “Education, Migration and Translation”

June 15 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm
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In educational contexts, those who experience or encounter migration in its many manifestations will negotiate linguistic, cultural and/or epistemological translation. Translation allows people to move between languages, social and behavioural norms, ideas, interpretations, and individual and collective meanings. However, (mis)translation also risks misunderstanding. Historically, translation and language loss have occurred alongside colonisation, and colonial relations continue in university ranking methodologies and academic publishing processes that privilege the English language. Indigenous perspectives demand attention to the purposes and outcomes of education…

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CSAA 2017: Cultures of Capitalism call for papers

June 21 @ 8:00 am - August 1 @ 5:00 pm
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Culture is increasingly positioned in economic and political discourse as the solution for ailing communities, industries, and cities. In a global environment riven by climate change, war, and migrations, we are told that communities with the right culture will adapt and sustain while others will be left behind. Labour and manufacturing have undergone radical shifts due to post-industrialisation, with knowledge economy paradigms creating new cultures of work and working identities. Culture is also increasingly valourised in urban planning and municipal…

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Imagining the possibilities – food as leisure in a fragmented world: Annals of Leisure Research Special Issue Call for Papers

June 22 @ 8:00 am - August 15 @ 5:00 pm
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Spanish food - paella with mussels on a massive platter

This special issue seeks to explore the role of food as leisure in a contemporary, mobile and ephemeral world. Our aim is to bring together narratives that bridge ‘spaces-between’ and explore the inherent tensions between food and/as leisure. Food and our consumption (and production) of it offers opportunities to explore the contemporary world. Food, it might be argued, is representative of progress. It identifies one as mobile. However while food might allow us to be, or at least aspire to…

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Pavements and paradigms: Bringing community back into mobilities – 8th New Zealand/Aotearoa Mobilities Symposium

June 23 @ 8:00 am - August 4 @ 5:00 pm
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Mobilities research is expanding in the social sciences and has strong theoretical underpinnings. But how do we ensure that new theories developed in this exciting field make a tangible contribution to our communities? For this symposium we have chosen the ‘pavement’ or ‘footpath’ as a symbol of community mobilities. Urban planning and policy is falling behind the expanding range of personal mobility devices (mobility scooters, skateboards, paws, pushchairs and more recently bicycles) that share pathways traditionally designed for feet. This…

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