Wednesday, July 21, 2010

[EmergingEthnoNetwork] Second Notice: “Cultural perspectives on biodiversity research and management"

Dear colleagues, kia ora koutou kātoa

Second Notice: Call for abstracts for a symposium on "Cultural perspectives on biodiversity research and management", New Zealand Ecological Society Conference Biodiversity: 2010 and beyond, Dunedin NZ, 21–25 November 2010.

The New Zealand Ecological Society is honoured to have two eminent keynote speakers to start off their upcoming symposium on cultural approaches to biodiversity research and management – Chief Randall Kahgee (Saugeen-Ojibwe First Nation, Ontario, Canada) and Prof Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal (Ngā Pae o Te Māramatanga, University of Auckland). So far we also have six expressions of interest to contribute 20 minute papers. The items offered already are delightfully varied, so we already know we are going to have a stimulating symposium within a much broader conference that already incorporates excellent ecology and wildlife management.

We seek contributions that highlight opportunities and challenges faced by a wide diversity of
ethnic, cultural, religious or or national identities
cross-cultural partnerships or clashes
ecological goals (biodiversity conservation, harvest management, pest control)
habitats, communities and populations
applied and theoretical perspectives
research and management

... diversity rules, so bring it on!


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