Registration is now open for the 2015 SEA meeting in Lexington, KY, April 9-11. Register here and submit your abstracts by December 15 to join us in discussing Technologies and the Transformation of Economies or other topics in economic anthropology.

Those who’ve attended SEA meetings in the past know that they are small and friendly events, with just one or two sessions at a time and a poster session attended by almost everyone at the conference. Getting a paper accepted means you will present to a room of interested and engaged attendees, with plenty of time to present and discuss. However, I’ve presented posters many times, and really enjoy the lively conversations around this format, too (comparable to other conference presentations – this is not the usual poster session). So if you’re on the fence, please consider submitting an abstract for either format, and enjoy the discussions and interactions of the SEA.

Photo by Seicer at the English language Wikipedia, used under a creative commons license