RAI Joint Conference
RAI Joint Conference: Anthropology and Conservation Oct 25–29, 2021
CALL FOR PAPERS open until July 02, 2021
The Society of Ethnobiology has partnered with the Royal Anthropological Institute, Royal Botanical Gardens Kew Gardens, the Forest Peoples’ Program, and others to convene the Anthropology and Conservation Virtual Conference. Panels are available to view, including four sponsored directly by the Society of Ethnobiology:
- Ethics and Advocacy - Organizing Equity and Decolonizing Ethnobiology
(Sarah Walshaw and Cissy Fowler) – Open for Papers!
- Ethnobiologists, Communities, and Collaboration for Conservation
(Liz Olson and James Welch) – Open for Papers!
- Lessons from the Deep Past: Archaeological Approaches to Conservation
(Jade D’Alpoim Guedes and Isabel Rivera Collazo) – Open for Papers!
- Addressing Threats to Indigenous and Local Knowledge systems
(Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares and Dana Lepofsky) – Composed Roundtable
SoE members have been guaranteed Fellows’ Rates for the conference (60 GBP) and concession rates apply to students (30 GBP) and low-income (15GBP).