American Society for Ethnohistory 2011 Meeting
Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory at the Westin Hotel in Pasadena, October 19-22
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The Westin Hotel
191 North Los Robles Avenue
The American Society for Ethnohistory (ASE) was founded in 1954 to promote the interdisciplinary investigation of the histories of the Native Peoples of the Americas. The ethnohistorical method, as it has come to be known, involves developing histories informed by ethnography, linguistics, archaeology, and ecology. Today the ASE, is a thriving organization of over 1,200 scholars and related members.
The Society is the preeminent international organization in the field and sponsors the journal Ethnohistory. In membership and purpose, it represents the interests of communities as well as academics from a variety of disciplines – cultural anthropology, history, american indian studies, archaeology, ecology, linguistics, and other related disciplines. The unifying factor is a commitment to the mission of our association – professionals from a variety of backgrounds who are helping to create a more inclusive picture of the histories of native groups in the Americas.
The 2011 Meeting features 60 sessions on the Indigenous Peoples of North America and Latin America.
Additional information, including details about the hotel and registration available at http://www.ethnohistory.org/
Cost: Registration Required for Participants
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Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, Center for Mexican Studies, Department of History, Cesar E. Chavez Center for Interdisciplinary Instruction in Chicana and Chicano Studies, Chicano Studies Research Center, UCLA: Tribal Learning Community and Educational Exchange, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Office of Dean of Social Sciences, Office of Dean of Humanities; Occidental College: Office of the President and Dean of the College, Department of History; Cal State LA: Office of the Dean of Natural and Social Sciences, Office of the Dean of Arts & Letters; Autry National Center; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Los Ángeles; Universidad de Guadalajara Los Ángeles