Today’s guest blog post is by Gabriela Vargas-Cetina and Steffan Igor Ayora-Diaz.
The Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (SLACA) announces its Fourth Spring Conference, to be held at the Autonomous University of Yucatan, in Merida, Mexico, March 20, 21 and 22, 2013. This exciting conference will take place in beautiful Yucatan, under the theme Post-National Transformations: Culture and Politics in the Greater Latin America and the Caribbean. We invite anthropologists in all anthropological sub-disciplines, to submit 500-word abstracts. Registration will take place through the website of the American Anthropological Association in January 2013.
Merida is a beautiful, safe and culturally vibrant city in Eastern Mexico. There are direct flights via Houston, Cancun or Mexico City, and it can also be reached by bus from Cancun’s international airport.
Important deadlines: September 31, 2012, submission of abstracts and sessions; November 1, 2012, announcement of the pre-selected abstracts and sessions; November 2, registration for the conference begins, through the AAA site; January 15, deadline to register for the conference; March 1st, 2013, publication of the preliminary program; March 20th, beginning of the Conference in Merida, Mexico.
Further information: Visit the SLACA Meetings webpage.