Havana, March 10 (RHC) -– Havana’s Palace of Conventions is hosting since Monday the International Convention Anthropology 2015 and the Third IberoAmerican Congress of Anthropology, attended by delegates from around the world.
These meetings were convened by the Museum and the Chair of
Anthropology of the Faculty of Biology of Havana University, chaired
by doctor Antonio Martìnez, and by the Faculty of Anthropologic
Studies at the University of Mexico.
Anthropologists from the hemisphere and elsewhere will be joined by
archeologists, architects, Sociologists, psychologists, urban
planners, economists, demographers, politologists, historians and
Round Tables and Panels will be held on such issues as original
peoples, demography, aging, human ecology, nutrition, ethics, sports
Other issues related to anthropology will be also dealt with, such as
politics, racism, religion, culture, the arts, the economy, philosophy and linguistics.
The meeting is being cosponsored by the Latin American Association of
Biological Anthropology, the Cuban Institute of Anthropology, and the
Fernando Ortiz Foundation.
The International Convention and the Ibero-American Congress on
Anthropology will session until this coming Friday at Havana’s Palace
of the Conventions.
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