The Association holds an AGM usually in conjunction with the
Annual Conference (see below).
Forthcoming ASAANZ Conferences
The Association holds an annual conference. The venue for this
conference rotates between a number of different centres.
38th Annual Conference: Ethnoscapes, Culturescapes: Anthropologies for the present.
The Anthropology Programme at the University of Waikato will be hosting this year’s ASAANZ conference to be held in Whaingaroa/Raglan from Sunday December 1st – Tuesday December 3rd (inclusive). The venue includes onsite accommodation and a conference dinner that fully engages with Whaingaroa’s stunning seascape.
For more information about the themes, panels and lectures please click on the links below.
Registration is now open: Click here for the registration form. Abstract submission has now closed.
The conference will be centred at the Raglan Sunset Motel which also has onsite accomodation. To book accomodation at the motel click on Contact Us in the column on the left, then the anthropology conference link.
The Raglan Sunset motel owns three houses, in addition to the motel. These have been set aside for the conference. One is a few minutes’ drive from the motel, the other two slightly further. If you would like to stay in one of the houses, please do the following. When filling out the information required for booking the motel, in the box titled “additional information”, please indicate that you have your own vehicle and that you are willing to share a house.
Information about the key note speaker willl be posted in the next few weeks.
Please address all correspondence to Fiona McCormack & Tom Ryan email@example.com
Agri-Food XIX: Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Agri-Food Research Network
10-13 December, 2012
Massey University, Palmerston North, Aotearoa/New Zealand
Agri-Food XIX Website
Agri-Food XIX Poster (PDF)
If you have any questionsabout this conference please contact Carolyn Morris at C.M.Morris@massey.ac.nz
ASAA/NZ (formerly NZASA) Past Annual Conferences
The Association has held an annual conference since its formation
in 1975. The Association has held an annual conference since its formation
37th Annual Conference
Anthropology and Imagination
8-10 December 2012
36th Annual Conference
Knowledge and Value in a Globalising World
5-8 July 2011, Perth, Western Australia
35th Annual Conference
10-12 December 2010, Rotorua
34th Annual Conference
Re-thinking Community in Contemporary Anthropology
13th - 15th December 2009, University of Otago.
33rd Annual Conference,
Ownership and Appropriation
A Joint International Conference of AAS, ASA and ASAANZ
8-12 December 2008, Auckland
32nd Annual Conference
Taboo: The Forbidden / Forbidding Subject of Anthropology
16 - 18 November 2007, University of Waikato, Hamilton,
31st Annual conference
9-11 November 2006, University of Canterbury
30th Annual conference
24-26 November 2005,
Victoria University of Wellington
29th annual conference
Translations, treaties and testimonies: The cultural politics of Interpretation
3-4 December 2004, Auckland,
28th Annual Conference
Anthropology and Expert Knowledge: Celebrating the Life and Works of
Sir Raymond Firth
2003, University of Otago
27th Annual Conference
Home? Thinking about Anthropology, Home and Indigeneity
2002, Massey University
26th Annual Conference
2001, Massey University
25th Annual Conference,
in Times of Risk
2-3 September 2000, University of Waikato
Conference proceedings are available at http://www.waikato.ac.nz/wfass/subjects/anthropology/conf2000/conf2000.shtml
24th Annual Conference,
1999, University of Auckland,
23rd Annual Conference
1998, University of Otago :
22nd Annual Conference
30-31 August 1997, University of
21st Annual Conference
1996, Massey University
20th Annual Conference
26-28 August 1995,Victoria University of
19th Annual Conference
Revisioning the family
22-24 August 1994, University of Auckland
18th Annual Conference
from above and below.
21-23 August 1993, University of Waikato
17th Annual Conference
in the 1990s.
November 1992, Massey University
16th Annual Conference
To be or not to
be?"; the anthropology of identities and the identity of anthropology.
27-29 November 1991, University of Auckland
15th Annual Conference
The politics of interpretation
23-26 August 1990, University of Waikato
14th Annual Conference
Fieldwork and home/
fieldwork at home - reflections on the uses of fieldwork.
21-23 August 1989, Victoria University of Wellington
13th Annual Conference, 1988, University of Auckland
12th Annual Conference, 1987, University of Otago, 26-28
11th Annual Conference, 1986, University of Waikato (at
the Waahi Marae, Huntly)
10th Annual Conference, 1985, Massey University, August
9th Annual Conference, 1984, Victoria University of
Wellington, 23-25 August 1984
8th Annual Conference, 1983, University of Auckland
(simultaneous with the University's centenary conference)
7th Annual Conference, 1982, University of Otago
6th Annual Conference, 1981, University of Waikato
5th Annual Conference, 1980, Victoria University of
4th Annual Conference, Hawkes Bay Community College (Taradale), 20-22 August 1979
3rd Annual Conference, University of Otago, 23-25 August 1978
2nd Annual Conference, Massey University, 24-26 August 1977
1st Annual Conference, Victoria University of Wellington,
25-28 August 1976.
Theme: Ideology and belief
systems in change
Precursory Conference: Conference of University Teachers of
Social Anthropology, University of Auckland 12-14 May 1975