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First Call for Papers

The XXII International Conference of the Society for Human Ecology (SHE)

Envisioning Pathways to Just and Sustainable Futures: Celebrating diversity, pursuing integration, and developing livable communities

University of the Philippines Los Baños, Philippines

November 28 – December 1 2017

Dear SHE Members and Friends:

This is the first call for papers for SHE XXII. This conference is meant to be as broadly interdisciplinary as possible – bridging science, social science, and policy perspectives – with literature, humanities and creative arts. Like previous SHE meetings, it is intended to bring together a diverse group of educators, researchers and practitioners who utilize, or are interested in, interdisciplinary and ecological approaches to all aspects of human ecology education and research across a range of scales. We look forward to a diverse and exciting program with an excellent range of speakers, symposia, round-tables, and individual presentations. Symposia and papers on the following themes are especially encouraged:

  • Health, Aging, and Demographic Change
  • Sustainable Cities and Landscapes
  • Food and Water Systems
  • Communities in Transition: Implications for rural resilience, biodiversity, and tourism

However, papers on other aspects of human ecology education and research are encouraged.

More information is on the flyer via the link below.

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The UPLB College of Human Ecology webpage is here

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