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20 - Folklore Studies Association of Canada (FSAC)

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In accordance with the theme of Congress 2024, “Sustaining shared futures”, ACEF/FSAC invites researchers working on ethnology, folklore, cultural heritage, or popular and vernacular culture to explore the spatial dimension of the construction and preservation of the common. The current specters of ecological crises, social tensions and technological risks, invite us to rethink our conceptions of the local and the global, culture and nature, the human and the non-human, or tradition and progress. Folklorists and ethnologists, through their attention to cultural practices in all their multiplicity, can thus contribute in exploring the forms and conditions of collective life that can be valued, constructed or preserved, in order to ensure our common futures.

Program Chair(s)
Van Troi Tran, UQAM

Local Arrangement Coordinator(s)
Van Troi Tran, UQAM

For more information, contact the association directly. Please note that conference registration fees are separate from the association’s membership fees.

Presenting the following open events

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- Terrestrial peoples: instituting our common attachments 20 - Folklore Studies Association of Canada (FSAC) Association events, Indigenous programming, (...)