Society for Anthropological Sciences call for papers

Forwarding this CFP along, from the Society for Anthropological Sciences. This is a great small-to-medium conference that I attend yearly, focusing on empirical research and social science in anthropology, linguistics, and cognitive science. I always find an enormous variety of really neat papers. Hope to see you in Charleston!

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This is a call for submission of abstracts for presentations and for organized symposia at the 2011 meetings of the Society for Anthropological Sciences. Please give thought to attending and participating in the meetings. As was the case last year, SASci will be meeting jointly with the Society for Cross Cultural Research (SCCR) and the American Anthropological Association Child Interest Group (AAACIG).

Location/Hotel: Charleston, SC/Francis Marion Hotel (www.francismarionhotel.com); rates are $139/night
Dates: February 16-19, 2011

Deadlines:
Abstracts (100-200 words) are due November 30, 2010.
Decisions on acceptance of abstracts will be by December 15, 2010.

Abstracts should be sent to B. G. Blount (bblount13239@sbcglobal.net or bblount_sei@sbcglobal.net). The abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee (B. Blount; Carlos Garcia-Quijano; and Victor de Munck).

Fees:
Registration: Members, $115; Non-members, $135; Retirees, $70; Students from SC not presenting papers, $40
Banquet: $50.

Registration and banquet fees can be paid through PayPal to SASci or by check to Seamus Decker, Treasurer, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (email contact: seamusdecker@earthlink.net)

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