REMINDER: Call for Session Proposals - ICASS VIII, Northern Sustainabilities

20 September 2013

22-26 May 2014
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Proposal submission deadline: Monday, 23 September 2013

For further information about ICASS VIII, go to:

Organizers of the 8th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences
(ICASS VIII) have issued a call for session proposals. The theme of
ICASS VIII is Northern Sustainabilites. The conference will be held
22-26 May 2014, at the main campus of the University of Northern British
Columbia in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.

Session proposals, including the session title, session organizer's name
and complete contact information, and a brief description of the
session, should be submitted electronically to Cher Mazo

General ideas on sessions will also be accepted.

Proposal submission deadline: Monday, 23 September 2013.

For further information about ICASS VIII, go to:

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