LONDON 2020 CANCELLED
The CASCA Executive Committee has met, and, in collaboration with the Organizing Committee from the Department of Anthropology at Western University, we decided not to proceed with an online format for our conference, and are withdrawing from the Virtual Congress proposed by the Federation. The CASCA 2020 conference is therefore cancelled.
For the time being, our main focus is our members’ health and well-being, and we consider that this is the responsible thing for us to do, as heartbreaking as it may be—especially given all the fantastic hard work put in by the organizing committee, Kim Clark, Andrew Walsh, Greg Beckett and Pamela Block, and of course Karli Whitmore. On my behalf and on behalf of the Executive Committee, I would like to express my profound gratitude for all their efforts.
If you have already registered for the Congress, your registration fees will be reimbursed in full. Please request your refund before April 30, 2020, which is the Federation’s deadline, by contacting email@example.com.
Anthropologists and Their Worlds - a series
This series presents audiovisual testimonies and reflections of Canadian anthropologists. Guests share their field experiences and their intellectual trajectories as well as the knowledge they have accumulated over the years, in different "worlds". The series offers long narrations of anthropologists, filmed in their environment, thinking back their disciplinary vocation and their work, talking about their intellectual contribution in methodological, empirical or theoretical fields. The films are open access. This series is produced by Anthropologie et Sociétés, the anthropology department of Université Laval, Anthropologica, and CASCA, and directed by Frédéric Benjamin Laugrand. The series received financial support from these institutions, and from the SHRCC and the IXE Commission mixte permanente Québec / Wallonie-Bruxelle. To see the whole series, visit the Anthropologie et Sociétés website, and follow the Facebook page.