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Information for publishers

Crisis and imagination

The 11th Biennial EASA Conference will bring together nearly a thousand anthropologists and others from around the globe in the campus University of Maynooth, just an hour from Dublin. EASA biennials are always lively, crowded events and this will be no exception. The workshop venues are concentrated in three adjacent buildings and we will be siting publisher stalls in the midst of the tea and coffee provision, throughout the two main foyers. These will be the spaces where delegates congregate, linger, and they won't be able to miss your presence. We would encourage publishers to come along and participate in the greatest gathering of anthropologists outside of the AAA and IUAES.

Marketing options available

Publishers can choose one or more of the following options:

Single display table (~1.8m x 0.8m) - including abstract book and full access to panels & events. Charge - €300.

Double display table (~3.6m x 0.8m) - including abstract book and full access to panels & events. Charge - €500.

Full page portrait advert in abstract book – please email a 300dpi, black & white TIF, 240mm (h) x 170mm (w) with 3mm bleed, by 01/07/10. Charge - €140

Please note:

You can book your staff into our conference accommodation in due course; if interested to book your staff into the conference dinner please email conference(at)easaonline.org

If booking a display table(s), please email the staff names for badge/access purposes.

Email conference(AT)easaonline.org to book your presence

Delivery deadline & address 

If sending books, etc, please mark all parcels  with delivery labels as follows:
EASA2010 - publisher name,
c/o Thomas Strong
Department of Anthropology, Education House, National University of Ireland, Maynooth Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
T: +353 1 7086719

Publications should not be sent to arrive at this address before 17th August if at all possible.

Collections - to ensure your 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.

Collections address & tel: as above

Setting up stalls - Please set up by 3pm on Tuesday 24th August, so that the publisher's display is up and ready as the conference attendees arrive. Take advantage of their milling about in anticipation! If at all possible, please also avoid taking the stand down before the lunchtime on the Friday, because this markedly affects the atmosphere of the conference in a negative way. In return, we will make sure that the publisher's stands are at the centre of the action!