Upcoming and Current Conferences

Call for Papers: Micronesia in Focus. Australia National University. April 2014.

Venue: Hedley Bull Centre (130), Garran Road,  
Australian National University 
Date: 28—29 April 2014 

The Micronesian and Australian Friends Association (MAFA) is hosting an interdisciplinary symposium on 28 – 29 April 2014 at the ANU. The symposium aims to bring together academics, parliamentarians, policy makers, business leaders, and civil society representatives to share and discuss research and policy issues relevant to the Micronesian region.   read more »

Call for Participation: Visual Culture Caucus of the American Studies Association 2014 Conference

The Visual Culture Caucus of the American Studies Association (ASA)
seeks to promote the participation of visual culture scholars in the
2014 ASA meeting in Los Angeles, November 6-9, 2014. We are looking
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Symposium: Made in Oceania Social and Cultural Meaning, Conservation and Presentation of Oceanic Tapa, January 2014

Interdisciplinary Symposium of the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum – Kulturen der Welt in cooperation with the Cologne Institute of Conservation Sciences (CICS) of the University of Applied Sciences Cologne


Thursday, 16 January, 2014 to Friday, 17 January, 2014
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Symposium: Austronesia - A Journey to the Past and Present 24-25 May 2014 Tjibaou Cultural Centre, Noumea, New Caledonia

The Pacific Arts Association (Pacific) invites you to attend a 2-day symposium focused on both the ancient and contemporary connections amongst Austronesian peoples/artists. It will be hosted by the Tjibaou Cul- tural Centre in Noumea, New Caledonia, on 24-25 May, 2014.

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Call for papers: "Postwar – Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965"

The terms postwar, post-colonialism and post-communism describe the historical conditions under which the world has developed since 1945. As individual subjects of art historical inquiry and analysis, they represent a three-part, long-term research and exhibition project that is being developed by Haus der Kunst and international institutional partners across eight years of research.  read more »

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