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Call for Papers - EASA Medical Anthropology Network - 2017 meeting in Lisbon

CALL FOR PAPERS

BODIES IN TRANSITION – POWER, KNOWLEDGE AND MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
EASA Medical Anthropology Network
2017 Biannual Conference Network Meeting
5-7 July, Lisbon, Portugal
Local organization: Portuguese Anthropological Association (APA)
Venue: University of Lisbon, Institute of Social Sciences (Av. Prof. Aníbal Bettencourt, 9)

Conference presentation / theme: http://medanthlisbon2017.apantropologia.org/presentation/

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PAPER PROPOSALS

To submit a paper proposal please choose the panel you find more adequate from the list of panels: http://medanthlisbon2017.apantropologia.org/list-of-selected-panels/

Send your proposal directly to the panel(s) convenor(s) using the email address(es) provided in the detailed information of each panel.

Paper proposals should be submitted in English and should consist of:

– Paper title, short abstract (up to 50 words), long abstract (up to 300 words);
– Name and e-mail of paper proponent with institutional affiliation.

Paper proponents should note that:

– For future reference, the leading proponent of a paper will be considered the author; the remaining proponent(s) will be considered co-author(s);
– Each author may only present one paper to the congress; an author may, however, serve as co-author in a second paper.

Deadline for paper proposals:  April 1st, 2017.

Paper proposals will be evaluated by panel coordinators. The list of papers accepted will be announced on April 15th, 2017.

Here is the panel description - 'When the body takes on a life of its own: exploring the body-self dialectic' 

 

BODIES IN TRANSITION — POWER, KNOWLEDGE AND MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

EASA Medical Anthropology Network
2017 Biannual Conference Network Meeting
5-7 July, Lisbon, Portugal

Local organization: Portuguese Anthropological Association (APA)
Venue: University of Lisbon, Institute of Social Sciences (Av. Prof. Aníbal Bettencourt, 9)

 

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By: Centre for Cultures of Reproduction
Last updated: Monday, 13 March 2017

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