American Society for Ethnohistory- Registration for the 2018 Annual Meeting Oaxaca Mexico Oct 11-13

The 2018 annual meeting will take place in Oaxaca, Mexico on October 11-13. The Centro Cultural de San Pablo and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México are hosting the meeting, and the UCLA Latin American Institute and the UCLA American Indian Studies Center are organizing the program. REMINDER: All participants must be current in their society membership and have a valid passport for travel to Oaxaca. La reunión anual de 2018 tendrá lugar en Oaxaca, México, del 11 al 13 de octubre. El Centro Cultural de San Pablo y la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México son los anfitriones de la reunión, y el Instituto Latinoamericano de UCLA y el Centro de Estudios Indígenas Americanos de la UCLA están organizando el programa. Todos los presentadores deben ser miembros de ASE, con la excepción este año de los investigadores latinoamericanos, y registrarse para el congreso anual. 

Membership Reminders

Todos los presentadores deben ser miembros de ASE, con la excepción este año de los investigadores latinoamericanos, y registrarse para el congreso anual.

All non- Latin American citizens and participants must be members in good standing.

https://www.dukeupress.edu/ethnohistory/

Benefits of Membership:

One-year print subscription to Ethnohistory (four issues).

Free access to Ethnohistory at ethnohistory.dukejournals.org

RSS feeds and table-of-content alerting for Ethnohistory.

The opportunity to present a paper or serve as chair or discussant for conference sessions.

Participation in an invaluable forum for scholars, ethnographers, anthropologists, archaeologists, and historians dedicated to the study of cultures and societies throughout the world.

Attend the annual meetings in select locations across North America. 

The meetings have a reputation for allowing time for the discussion of your own and related research, as well as for providing a congenial setting in which to meet both new scholars and leading international figures whose research is on the history of indigenous people, in America and elsewhere.

Membership Rates:

25 USD/Year for Students (A photocopy of student ID Must be faxed to Duke University Press: (919)688-2615).

60 USD/Year for Individuals.

700 USD for Life Time Membership