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ANTHROPological Student Conference

01. Sep­tem­ber – 02. Sep­tem­ber 2022 

Con­fer­ence for all ear­ly career researchers (espe­cial­ly PhD stu­dents) in the his­tor­i­cal town of Telč in South­west­ern Moravia

The dead­line for abstract sub­mis­sion is
June 16th, 2022

ANTHRO­Po­log­i­cal Stu­dent Con­fer­ence 2022
When: Sep­tem­ber 1–2, 2022
Where: The con­fer­ence will be held in the his­tor­i­cal town of Telč in
south­west­ern Moravia
Who: All ear­ly career researchers (espe­cial­ly PhD students)

The main theme of the con­fer­ence will be the fun­da­men­tal issues and challenges
that we as anthro­pol­o­gists are fac­ing in the com­ing decades. We invite
con­tri­bu­tions from both bio­log­i­cal anthro­pol­o­gy and social cul­tur­al anthropology
dis­cussing, but not lim­it­ed to, the fol­low­ing three pri­ma­ry areas of focus within
the Euro­pean Research region:

1) Health, demo­graph­ic change and well-being: The improve­ment of people’s health
and stan­dard of liv­ing through­out the life course.

2) Inno­v­a­tive and safe inclu­sive soci­eties: How are var­i­ous pop­u­la­tions around
the globe work­ing to devel­op inno­v­a­tive, safe and inclu­sive soci­eties with­in the
con­text of change and grow­ing glob­al interdependence?

3) Dig­i­tal tech­nolo­gies, inter­con­nect­ed­ness and pri­va­cy: Recent advance­ments in
how data are col­lect­ed, stored and shared have intro­duced enor­mous research
poten­tial. How­ev­er, these tech­nolo­gies can intro­duce chal­lenges to personal
pri­va­cy and secu­ri­ty. How is the inter­face between advanc­ing method­olo­gies and
per­son­al secu­ri­ty being man­aged? What are sug­ges­tions for the future?

We wel­come dif­fer­ent and cre­ative inter­pre­ta­tions of these top­ics, as well as
con­tri­bu­tions from oth­er areas of inter­est with­in anthropology.

There will be no fee to attend the con­fer­ence, and food and accom­mo­da­tion will be
cov­ered by the orga­niz­ers for pre­sent­ing participants.

For sub­mit­ting your abstract and get­ting more infor­ma­tion contact: