Environmental Studies Association of Canada -- Conference 2008 (June 3 to 6)
Tue Jun 3 to Sun Jan 6, 2008, Vancouver, BC
*Environmental Studies Association of Canada*
The 2008 ESAC Conference will be held on June 3 to 6 at the University
of British Columbia in Vancouver as part of the annual Congress of the
Humanities and Social Sciences http://www.fedcan.ca/congress2008/ .
The Congress's theme is "*Thinking beyond borders - Global ideas:
*Deadline for proposals: Friday, February 1, 2008.*
Please submit abstracts (150 words maximum) to Chris Ling at
chris.ling (at) royalroads.ca
*Special Papers, Regular Papers, Panels (Paper sessions, Workshops,
Seminars) Roundtables, Posters, Films etc will all be considered.*
Proposals emphasizing the interdisciplinary nature of Environmental
Studies are preferred.
Include your name, institutional affiliation and email address, other
contact information, the type of proposal you are submitting, and state
any audio-visual needs. Also state any preference on day.
*Proposals for interdisciplinary sessions with other associations are
Please include contact information for the program chair or conference
organizer of the other society.
Updates and more information can be found on the ESAC website:
Further questions may be directed to Chris Ling,
chris.ling (at) royalroads.ca or Tim Quick, tim.quick (at) royalroads.ca
The Environmental Studies Association of Canada ( ESAC) is a Learned
Society formed in 1993 to further research and teaching activities in areas
related to environmental studies in Canada. ESAC is a non-profit, federally
incorporated, bilingual organization open to members from across Canada
and elsewhere. Members are welcome from educational institutions,
government agencies, and private sector and non-profit organizations.
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