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SAC 38th Annual Conference
March 28th—30th, 2019
McMenamins Edgefield Resort
We live in dynamic times, witnessing tectonic shifts in our society and the world. Globally, social change and unrest seem to be accelerating and this monumental change has enormous implications for the focus and practice of anthropology, especially the anthropology of consciousness. The 2019 theme for the 38th annual Anthropology of Consciousness conference centers on the relationship between consciousness and social change. We seek to engage contemporary events, exploring the implications for humanity.
How can our understanding of consciousness and human transformation be made relevant, with the aim of a praxis to catalyze a shift toward a more just world? What are the subaltern and scholarly responses to the tribal politics and factionalism we are experiencing? What ositive outcomes are emerging? These are hot topics, and we will face them head on as we return to the inclusive McMenamins Edgefield Resort — a place that we all hold dear and now call an organizational home. We invite you to join our inter and transdisciplinary community of practice. AoC is unique in its cultural approach to consciousness, openly and critically exploring consciousness as it is understood and shaped across time and cultures.
We invite papers, panel proposals and workshops on topics including but not exclusive to the following sub-
Workshops & Experientials
AoC also invites submission of artistic works and experiential workshops exploring or cultivating consciousness. We aim to build bridges across scholastic and creative communities, as as well provide opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Workshops are free for all registered presenters, and are open to single-
Proposals for individual papers, panels, workshops and special events should be submitted by Dec 30th, 2018 to email@example.com. Presenters then need to create a user account and register on the AAA (http://www.americananthro.org) website, after which they can upload abstracts to be included in the conference program. Non-
If your paper is not accepted, you may request a refund of your registration fees. Acceptance notifications will be sent by the end of January, 2019.
Limit: one paper or presentation per person, unless prior approval has been obtained from the Program Chair. Session organizers may submit individual papers for inclusion in their sessions. Please indicate whether you will require audio-
The 2019 conference will be held at the beautiful McMenamins Edgefield Resort in Portland Oregon.
Address: 2126 S.W. Halsey St, Troutdale, OR, 97060
Phone: (800) 669-
McMenamins has a wide variety of rooms available that can suit any budget. Please contact the reservation desk and mention that you are with AoC (or the American Anthropological Association) to receive a special room rate.
Questions? Please contact the Program Chair Bryan Rill at firstname.lastname@example.org