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15th EASA Biennial Conference
Staying, Moving, Settling
Stockholm University
14-17 August, 2018

Book Exhibit

The 15th Biennial EASA Conference brings together 1550 anthropologists and others from around the globe into the tender Swedish summer in Stockholm, one of the greenest capitals of Europe. EASA conferences celebrate anthropology, encourage diverse presentation formats, explore innovative possibilities for ethnographic research and expression. At Stockholm University, Södra Huset, will be the site of the tea/coffee, and of course, the publisher stalls.

There will be a Book exhibit in the third floor foyer space of Södra Huset alongside the catering areas, where delegates are invited to browse the various book and journal titles, and talk to the publisher, institutional and company representatives. The support of publishers, universities and other institutions is an important part of putting on the annual conference, so please do take the time to visit their stands, and talk to their staff.

The hours of the Book exhibit will be as follows: Tue 15:00-17:00; Wed, Thu, Fri 8:30-17:00

The following publishers, institutions and companies will be in attendance: Berghahn Books, Bloomsbury Academic, Cambridge University Press, Combined Academic Publishers, Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Frobenius Institute, Linköping University, LIT Verlag, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, VERBI Software/ MAXQDA, Routledge, Rowman & Littlefield International, Sean Kingston Publishing, UCL Press, Wiley, Nordic Academic Press


To ensure you get your books back, please label all your boxes, with your publisher name in the top left hand corner, and make sure that whoever makes the courier booking ensures that publisher name is used as a reference in the order.

Latest date for collections after the conference is: Tuesday 21st August (10am – 4pm).

Collections address:
Stockholm University
Department of Social Anthropology
Univarsitetsvagen 10B
SE-106 91 Stockholm

Couriers should contact the following people to organise the collections:
Lina Lorentz +46-(0)8-163635, Peter Skoglund, +46-(0)8-163377, or Eva Eyton, +46-(0)8-164151.

Any queries on the above please email .

Publishers at EASA2018