The AAS2021 received a wide variety of high quality proposals during the call for panels, labs and papers. The conference will include 4 labs, 6 roundtables, and 17 panels where 122 papers will be presented. There will also be 2 workshops for early career researchers organised by ANSA and the ANSA visual anthropology showcase. In addition, a number of exciting films will be accessible to conference attendees throughout the duration of the conference. At the heart of the conference are three keynote plenary discussions with First Nation scholars and activists. This year’s AAS Distinguished Lecture will be delivered by Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson.
If you cancel your registration by notifying us by email more than three weeks in advance we will be able to refund your registration fee, less a small amount to cover our administrative and finance costs. Cancellations made within three weeks of the event will not be eligible for such a refund, due to the costs already incurred. Refunds at that point will be discretionary.
Any questions, please email us: admin(at)aasconf.org