Truth and Responsibility is the theme for the 2021 AAA Annual Meeting, which will be held November 17 – November 21 in Baltimore, Maryland. APLA wants to help members connect and collaborate for the Annual Meeting. Below, you’ll find links to proposed sessions that are currently seeking additional papers. This list will continue to be updated.
The 2021 AAA Annual Meeting will be a hybrid meeting. This means the meeting will take place in-person in Baltimore, MD from November 17-21, 2021, as well as online over those same dates.
With so many different submission types and opportunities to participate in the program in various ways, AAA invite you to use this interactive Excel tool, view this PDF flow chart, or complete this decision activity (PDF option, word option) to identify the types of submissions available to you.
In accordance with the urgency of the year’s theme, the questions posed in this call for papers do not have easy answers. The hope is that those who submit proposals will take up these questions and engage in collective thinking and imagining about the truths we hold, the truths we challenge, and the responsibilities we bear in co-creating a free and more equitable world. All panel proposals should have a statement about how the panel has incorporated the goals of equity, diversity, and inclusion, and/or analysis of power.
- Friday, May 21, 2021 – 3 PM Eastern Time
- Deadline for General Call for Papers Submissions to be started in the Portal
- New submissions not accepted after this time.
- Wednesday, May 26, 2021 – 3 PM Eastern Time
- Deadline for General Call for Papers Submissions to be completed in the Portal
Send your panel abstract to our Communications Liaison and Website Manager, Randi Irwin: firstname.lastname@example.org, your panel and abstract will be posted below and shared on the APLA mailing list.
Check out the regularly updated list of CFP links below in order to connect with colleagues:
- Ethnographies of Expert Collaborations in and through Ecological Landscapes – send your abstract by May 18th.
- Policy Ethnography: Bureaucracies of Redress? – send your abstract by May 18th.
- Money Lightens?: Global Regimes of Racialized Class Mobility and Local Visions of the Good Life – send your abstracts by May 18th.
- Knowing the people: popular sovereignty and governmentality in authoritarian populist contexts – send your abstracts by May 20th.
- Posthuman Rights and Responsibilities in Environmentalisms from Below: Territorial Life Projects in the Pluriverse – send your abstract by May 9th.
- Fictive Futures: Land, Labor, Technology – send your abstract by May 14th.
- Ethnographizing Regulation as Government – send your abstract by May 10th.
- Spatial Interventions: Working the In-between – send your abstract by May 5th.