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ANNOUNCEMENT: 2022 SEA Spring Meeting

The 2022 Society for Economic Anthropology Annual Meeting — “Value and Change; Value in Crisis,” a hybrid conference — will be held on Thursday, 2 June and Friday, 3 June 2022 at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, hosted by the Philosophy Group at the Department of Management, Politics, and Philosophy. For more information, including the details of the Call for Papers, please visit the 2022 Annual Meeting page on this web site.

We plan to hold a hybrid conference which will allow both remote as well as in-person attendance. Submissions may be for both remote as well as in person presentations, and equal consideration will be given to both forms of participation. In turn, the exact shape of our program will depend on the balance of in-person and remote presentations we receive. We’re particularly excited for this organizing task as we see designing and running a good hybrid conference as a way for SEA meetings to be more accessible on into the future.

We would also like to note that the substance of this year’s call is meant to speak to topics where philosophers and anthropologists have overlapping questions and concerns. Given that, we would welcome contributors who are thinking across these particular disciplinary boundaries.

We anticipate opening the submission portal for the 2022 meeting sometime between late October and early November 2021, and closing the portal in late January 2022. Of course, the exact timing will depend a bit on how quickly or slowly we are able to coordinate with the AAA.

We look forward to writing you in the coming months to announce the opening of the registration portal as well as the selection of the conference’s keynote speaker.

Until then, please feel free to write us with questions, comments or concerns.

Matthew Archer, Sverre Raffnsøe, Daniel Souleles, Morten Sørensen Thaning,
Conference Chairs

Announcements from the SEA president

Hello Economic Anthropologists!

So much awesome SEA stuff to tell you about.

First— for grad students and mentors— please note that this year’s Halperin Predissertation Award and the M. Estellie Smith Dissertation Award have been announced! The due date for both applications is 20 Dec 2019. The Halerperin Award provides $1500 plus $500 travel funds to present your results at an SEA meeting. The M. Estellie Smith Award provides $2000 plus $500 travel funds to present your results at an SEA meeting.

Second — for grad students — if you are going to AAAs in Vancouver, consider attending the Navigating the Academic Job Market Panel Discussion, Thursday, 21 Nov 2019, Vancouver Convention Centre East, Room 12. Free food!

Third — Lots of cool SEA things planned for AAAs in Vancouver. SEA is sponsoring or cosponsoring 18 different sessions, about everything from property to household debt to the World Bank, entrepreneurship, the Art market, disasters, sharing, climate change, and cashlessness. Consider attending the Business Meeting, Friday, 22 Nov 2019, at 12:15pm, in the Convention Centre West room 121; and the SEA Reception, Friday, 22 Nov 2019, at 8:00pm, in the Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel, Oceanview 2.

Fourth — mark your calendars, the Spring SEA meeting, theme: Convenience, will be at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana, April 30 – May 2. Look for a call for papers in November. Thanks to Rahul Oka, Sammantha Zepponi, and Rieti Gengo.

Fifth — our heroic webmaster, Dawn Rivers, has rebuilt the SEA Website anew. Check it out! Let us know if you see any missing content, and let us know what you would like to see on the site. Dawn is trying to rebuild a former feature of the site: downloadable Economic Anthropology course syllabi.

There is more, but that’ll do for now!

—Bram

Bram Tucker
President, Society for Economic Anthropology

SEA 2014 meeting call for papers

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The annual SEA meeting for 2014 has been set for April 24-26 in Austin, TX, and the call for papers on the theme “Energy and Economy” is now available here. Organizers Thomas Love and Cindy Isenhour are looking forward to your submissions, which can be made via the AAA website in early October.

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