Conferences

Networking and inspiration in the mythical domain.

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“Earth Mother Wisdom – The Power of Devotion” September 10-13, 2015 http://goddessspiritrising.com/
… we are returning to our Mother as Earth, going deep to explore the power of Divine connection through the body and heart.

Our new location, American Jewish University, nestled in the scenic Hills of Southern California, is the cauldron in which we gather for this momentous occasion. All of nature is just a step outside your door. Enjoy the convenience of having tasty meals prepared for you. There is no work duty, and there are no dishes to do. The camp’s staff does it all.

Registration: http://goddessspiritrising.com/registration-page-2015/

 


 

The Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies 11th Student Conference will be held November 5-8, 2015. Pre-conference workshops will be held November 4th and 5th. Conference Email: acuns15@ucalgary.ca The Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS) has a vision “to engage Canadians in thinking and dialogue about research and education in Canada’s north”. As part of their mission, a triennial conference is held to advance and promote northern research and education. The 11th ACUNS Student Conference will take place in Calgary, Alberta, and is hosted by the Arctic Institute of North America and the University of Calgary. Largely organized by a committee of graduate students from the University of Calgary, ACUNS 2015 welcomes students from around the world.


 

Dance paper/presentation proposals currently being accepted for the Northeast Popular Culture Association (NEPCA) annual conference. This year we’re meeting at Colby-Sawyer College in beautiful New Hampshire October 30-31. For more information: visit the fall conference area of the NEPCA website: https://nepca.wordpress.com/fall-conference/

Have you been contemplating a presentation on Dancing with the Stars? Pondering a paper on the plethora of barre method studios across the country? Considering whether hip hop has become mainstream? Wanting to explore what is going on with square dancing, clogging, or folk dance?

NEPCA is a friendly group of interesting academic and independent scholars that gather annually to promote pop culture research and inquiry. To submit a proposal for a paper, roundtable, or panel discussion, please contact: Virginia S. Cowen, Ph.D., Rutgers University School of Health Related Professions cowenvs@shrp.rutgers 973-972-8640

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