CFP: 2019 Anthropology and Environment Society Dissertation Workshop

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For those attending the American Anthropological Association meetings in Vancouver, BC.

The Anthropology and Environment Society seeks participants for its annual
dissertation workshop, which will take place during the 2019 AAA meetings in
Vancouver, BC.  We will select students to meet in small groups with A&E
faculty members to discuss their dissertation proposals or
chapters-in-progress.  We aim for this program not only to build graduate
student networks within Environmental Anthropology but also to provide a
constructive space to share ideas.  Ph.D. students in any stage of their
programs are welcome to apply.

For consideration for this year’s workshop, please send the following to
Brendan Galipeau (galipeau@hawaii.edu <mailto:galipeau@hawaii.edu> ) by
October 1:

–A 500 word abstract of a dissertation (for students who have not yet begun
writing-up) or dissertation chapter (for students writing-up).  This
abstract should indicate the student’s stage in her/his program as well as
describe: 1) particular questions or concerns the student has with the
piece; and 2) why the student is interested in participating.  (If the
student is submitting a chapter, please describe how the chapter fits into
the larger dissertation.)

Decisions on participation will be made quickly.  If you are selected for
the workshop, full-length proposals and chapters (of up to 5,000 words) will
be due by November 1.  Given time constraints, A&E faculty members will only
be able to comment on the dissertation’s overall conceptualization (i.e. the
dissertation proposal) or the contents of one dissertation chapter.

The A&E dissertation workshop is separate from the Rappaport Prize, which is
given for article length and breadth writing.  Together with the Rappaport
Prize, the dissertation workshop is aimed at creating a supportive and
inclusive intellectual community within the Anthropology and Environment
Society.

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