[Iag-list] Iag-list Digest, Vol 180, Issue 22

Simon Pinnegar s.pinnegar at unsw.edu.au
Wed Mar 27 17:15:37 AEDT 2019

Just checking you're ok for the boys - just out of teaching now and so will not be there by 6.

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   1. African Studies Conference: Otago University, DUNEDIN, 26-27
      November 2019 (Borovnik, Maria)


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[AFSAAP logo]
Dunedin, New Zealand ? 2019
?Africa: diversity and development?
42nd AFSAAP Annual Conference
Call for Papers
26-27 November 2019
St Margaret?s College, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

The African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific (AFSAAP) invites submissions for its 2019 conference from academics, researchers, students, practitioners and policy makers, and the diaspora community, with interests in African studies, both on the African continent and in the Australasia and Pacific region. In 2019, the conference theme is ?Africa: Diversity and Development?. The conference seeks to explore the richness of the continent and its diversity in a wide range of social, economic, political and cultural dimensions, while simultaneously discussing development options, challenges and experiences.
Papers from all disciplines considering African issues in a broad range of topics, such as culture, history, literature, physical, social and economic development, environment, politics, geography, ecology, demography, health, education, migration, media, aid, climate change, natural and human-induced disasters, civil society and gender are welcomed.

Please send abstracts not exceeding 300 words in length to:
AFSAAPconference at otago.ac.nz<mailto:AFSAAPconference at otago.ac.nz>  by 30 June 2019. Acceptance of Abstracts will be notified by 1st August 2019.

Conference Fees
Registration Fees for AFSAAP Conference: AUD $315, Student/Unwaged AUD $225 (**This includes lunch, morning & afternoon tea/coffee and conference dinner). Registration fees will need to be paid if your paper is accepted and you wish to attend the conference. All presenters will need to be fully registered.

All non-Australian and New Zealand citizens will need to investigate whether they will need to obtain a visa to enter New Zealand in order to attend the conference. Visa applications can take up to 3 months.

Getting to Dunedin

There are direct Virgin flights from Brisbane to Dunedin. Alternatively, delegates can fly from Melbourne, Perth or Sydney via Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch to Dunedin (or from Adelaide and Canberra via those cities). Regular flights (1 hour duration) connect Christchurch and Dunedin. Shuttle buses and taxis meet all flights at Dunedin Airport and can take delegates to the conference venue and accommodation.

Accommodation will be available at St Margaret?s College https://stmargarets.college/, at the University Executive Residence https://www.otago.ac.nz/executive-residence/index.html, or in the north end of the city close to the University, see Dunedin Tourism and Accommodation: https://www.tourism.net.nz/region/dunedin.

Please note: Delegates should book and pay for their own accommodation.
Conference Programme
To be advised in due course

Dr Maria Borovnik
Senior Lecturer in Development Studies
School of People, Environment and Planning College of Humanities and Social Sciences ? Te Kura P?kenga Tangata Massey University ? Te Kunenga ki P?rehuroa
NZGS, National Secretary
New Zealand Geographer, Book Review Editor
Transfers: Interdisciplinery Journal of Mobilities Studies, Editorial Board Member Academic Board of Massey University, Member
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Phone: 06 ? 356 9099 ext 83643
Skype: mborovnik
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Massey Staff Profile: http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/expertise/profile.cfm?stref=651930
NZGS webpage: http://www.nzgs.co.nz/

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