12th Meeting of the Society for Anthropology (GfA)
18 to 22 September 2017
Geislingen a. d. Steige (Germany)
Homo Homini Lupus?
- Between Conflict and Cooperation -
„Against each Other“ and „Together“ – these are the extremes of a highly variable continuum of behaviour.
Both strategies are deeply rooted in human evolution and adaptation, both in terms of biology and culture.
Anthropology, bringing together approaches from the bio-, social- and cultural sciences to form a broad perspective on spatial and temporal variability, greatly contributes to understanding human behaviour between conflict and cooperation.
The 12th International Meeting of the Society of Anthropology focuses on this prominent socio-political topic. Case studies and theories from archaeological, forensic and historical research will complement the biological and ethological framework.
The scientific programme is open for all aspects of anthropology and human biology, including contributions from biology, ethology and the cultural sciences. Interdisciplinary presentations are welcome. Scientists with a special focus on the meeting's central theme will appear as invited speakers.
Contributions in English and German will be equally accepted. Abstracts are to be submitted in English and posters have to feature an English abstract.
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You can regsiter online as a participant. If you do so before 15 July 2017, you will benefit from a reduced participation fee.
-> Register online
Call for Papers
Meeting participants are invited to submit abstracts for podium and poster presentations. These will be reviewed by the executive committee of the Society of Anthropology and the final programme composed on the basis of these reviews.
-> Submit your abstract
- 1 June 2017 Abstract submission
- 15 July 2017 Decisions on abstract submissions
- 15 July 2017 Early-bird registration
- 31 August 2017 Registration
If you have questions or other issues concerning the meeting, please contact the following people according to their responsibilities:
Dr. Eva Peiker
Dr. Martin Trautmann
Registration and abstract submission
Dr. Ferdinand M. Neuberger
Dr. Bettina Jungklaus
Lic. phil. Felix Engel
The meeting is organised in cooperation with the Institut für forensisches Sachverständigenwesen (IfoSA) München and the Nuertingen-Geislingen University (NGU) (Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen).