CFP: Seventh Biannual Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples’ Conferences

Deadline: May 31, 2022
Oct 28-30, 2022

This conference is organized by the LASA section on Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples (ERIP) in collaboration with the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) at Stanford University, the Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social (CIESAS) and the Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies journal (LACES). ERIP is committed to the promotion of research, teaching, and the exchange of ideas regarding ethnicity, race relations, Indigenous peoples, Afro descendants and other ethnic or racial groups in Latin America, the Caribbean, and across the Americas. The ERIP 2022 Conference provides an opportunity for academics, graduate students, activists and practitioners in all there relevant disciplines to present panel and paper proposals on issues related to ERIP’s mission.

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CFP: CLIMATE COLONIALITY: MECHANISMS, EPISTEMOLOGIES, SPACES OF RESISTANCE

November 22-24, 2022
Online event

This virtual workshop focuses on the myriad ways and mechanisms with which the fight against climate change and new patterns of colonial domination in both the global North and South are intertwined. It is hosted by the Centre for Advanced Studies »Futures of Sustainability« at the University of Hamburg, Germany, and supported by the Instituto de Bioética and the Facultad de Filosofía, of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana at Bogotá, Colombia.
The workshop forms the basis for a special issue proposal that will be submitted to an international peer-reviewed journal. For this purpose, we invite the submission of short abstracts up to 350 words. Selected participants will be invited to submit conference papers of approx. 2500 words. The contributions can be singled or multi-authored.

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CFP: TECNOSCIENZA: Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies

Deadline: February 28, 2022

We are looking for submissions for a special issue of Tecnoscienza: Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies (indexed in SCOPUS database) on “Cultural Machines: Unlocking the power of digital methods and computational techniques for understanding socio-cultural processes in digital environments” (see CfP below and in attachment).

Cultural Machines: Unlocking the power of digital methods and computational techniques for understanding socio-cultural processes in digital environments.

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Dossiê “Esse lugar, que não é meu?”

Deadline: March 30, 2022

Editores: Fabíola Fonseca (Universidade federal do Ceará/ bolsista Funcap), Adriana Assumpção (Universidade Estácio de Sá e Faculdade Unyleya) e Antonio Carlos Amorim (Universidade Estadual de Campinas – Unicamp).

Os artigos, ensaios, resenhas e produções artísticas e culturais devem ser adequados às normas para publicação e enviados à Comissão Editorial até o dia 30 de março de 2022 por meio eletrônico para climacom@unicamp.br. O dossiê será publicado a partir de abril de 2022.

“A urgência das mudanças climáticas tem produzido necessidades que não nos deixam outras possibilidades a não ser re-imaginar as formas como nossas relações têm sido agenciadas. O aumento dos desastres naturais e eventos extremos, como inundações, secas, fortes ondas de calor, tem trazido implicações sobretudo para as populações mais vulneráveis. Como consequência, estamos vendo o aumento das desigualdades sociais, da pobreza, a escassez de água potável, a falta de acesso aos recursos naturais e a de um movimento migratório de pessoas que têm sido chamadas de refugiados climáticos.

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