Anthropology Conference (ASAA/NZ Conference 2019)
|Date||Thursday 28 - Saturday 30 November 2019|
|Location||Whāingaroa (Raglan), Waikato, New Zealand|
An Anthropological conference organised by The University of Waikato
When: November 28th – November 30th 2019
Where: Whāingaroa (Raglan), Waikato, New Zealand
This year’s annual Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa / New Zealand (ASAA/NZ) conference is being hosted by Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato, Anthropology Programme, at Whāingaroa (Raglan).
Participants in the 2019 ASAANZ conference engage with the multifaceted concept of ‘boundaries’. Boundaries are the mental resources and material artefacts through which human and non-human lives are ordered, controlled and differentiated. A boundary may be physical, political, economic, territorial, social, administrative, disciplinary, gendered, cultural, ethnic, moral, environmental, linguistic, genetic and more. Seen from any of these perspectives, boundaries are not just static entities but dynamic zones that produce particular kinds of interaction. Thinking through boundaries pushes us to examine how they are established and undone, delineated and dissolved, or otherwise further hardened and the myriad social forms that may emerge in this process."
For more information and to register visit the conference website.