Wed, Jun 01|
Uni.lu Campus Kirchberg, Salle Feidert
43rd AIW - Northern Perspectives, First Nations in WW II and Current Research
co-organized by polar.lu - Luxembourg's polar program and the Institut Grand-Ducal - Section Linguistique, Ethnologie et Onomastique, hosted by uni.lu
Heure et lieu
Jun 01, 2022, 9:30 AM GMT+2 – Jun 04, 2022, 8:00 PM GMT+2
Uni.lu Campus Kirchberg, Salle Feidert, 6 Rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, 1359 Luxembourg
À propos de l'événement
43th American Indian Workshop : Northern Perspectives, First Nations in WW II and Current Research
co-organized by polar.lu and Institut Grand-Ducal - Section Linguistique, Ethnologie et Onomastique, and hosted by - big thank you - uni.lu
The American Indian Workshop (AIW) was founded in 1980 at the Amsterdam Meeting of the European Association for American Studies. There were nine participants at the first meeting, but the AIW has since become the largest conference in Europe for researchers concerned with topics related to the Native Peoples of North America. The AIW also draws scholars from across the globe, working in diverse disciplines such as history, literature, anthropology, ethnology, art history, political science, geography, gender studies, museology, ethnomusicology, religion, law, linguistics, political science, cultural studies, philosophy, Canadian and American Studies, Native American Studies, Inuit Studies, and performance studies as well as communication and media studies. As such, the AIW provides an important platform for both established academics and young scholars for sharing their expertise, and benefiting from critical engagement.
The 43th edition of the AIW will be held in Luxembourg from 1 to 4 June 2022.
1. The theme of the workshop, “Northern Perspectives” englobes research about all
- Current, past and future challenges facing the Native People’s/First Nations living in the North,the Arctic and Subarctic; be it related to
- Environmental and climate changes, the economy, social cultural aspects, just to name a few.
- Interdisciplinary approaches are strongly encouraged. Experts from all disciplines and regions.
2. Next to this regional topic, there will be ample time dedicated to “Current research” for papers from any field relating to Native Peoples of North America.
3. A keynote and a session focuses on Native Americans who fought in WW II in and around Luxembourg (including site visits to memorials to Native American soldiers in the area of the Battle of the Bulge).
There will only be one session at a time, allowing for maximum participation and better feedback for all papers.
Registered participants will get free access to :
- 3 days of the conference
- daily coffee breaks (AM and PM)
- guided tour of the Colonialism Expo followed by a reception at the National History and Art Museum
- conference dinner
- a daylong excursion (lunch included) to several historic sites (Luxembourg and Belgium) focusing on the Battle of the Bulge and Native Americans who fought in WWII, as well as a free visit of The Family of Man exhibition which is part of UNESCO's Memory of the World register. For organisational matters, please confirm your attendance of the excursion in advance !
For paiement of registration fees, please find the instructions here:
Please pay the amount applicable: 40.00 EUR (regular) or 20.00 EUR (students with ID)
Account: polar.lu asbl
IBAN: LU25 1111 7031 2973 0000
SWIFT: CCPL LULL
Bank: Post Finance Luxembourg
In case of problems with bank transfer, please use the Paypal worldwide money transfer service Xoom (https://www.xoom.com/). XOOM requires the following data:
First Name: polar.lu
Last Name: asbl
Account holder: polar.lu asbl
Address acc. holder: 25 Rue Münster, 2160 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Name BANK : POST Finance
Address bank: 20 Rue de Reims, 2417 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Phone number : +352 621 45 33 11
Please don't forget to indicate your name, otherwise we won't be able to see who made the paiement.
Already a member of AIW ?
Membership is free. We kindly invite you to register on the AIW-website https://www.american-indian-workshop.org/membership.html. It is a great way to stay in touch with the network https://www.american-indian-workshop.org and to get the latest news.
Pertinent information regarding Luxembourg rules regarding Covid, masking, etc can be found on this official government website : https://covid19.public.lu/en/travellers/visiting-luxembourg.html
How to get there?
In Luxembourg, public transportation is free. To find your way around, you can use the following App (Mobilitéit.lu) or consult interactive-timetables directly on the related website : https://www.mobiliteit.lu/en/
Where to stay ? Please find here an non exhaustive list of accomodations :
City-Center Youth-hostel Luxembourg (Historic City Center)
Dormatory; Price/Night : 27,50€
YH Luxembourg 2, rue du Fort Olisy L-2261 Luxembourg
Telefon : (+352) 26 27 66 650
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Simoncini **** (City-Center)
Price/night : single room (130-180€), double room (150-200€)
6, rue de Notre Dame L-2240 Luxembourg Tel : (+352) 22 28 44 Email: email@example.com
Hotel Cravat**** (City-Center)
Price/night : single room (185-295€), double room (215-690€)
29, boulevard F.D. Roosevelt 2450 Luxembourg Phone: (+352) 22 19 75-1 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Novotel Luxembourg**** (City-Center)
Price/night : single room (95-400€), double room (95-400€)
35 Rue Du Laboratoire
Tel : (+352) 24 87 81
Kirchberg (at walking distance from the conference venue)
Hotel Melia**** (Kirchberg)
Price/night : single room (100-375€), double room (100-420€)
1 Park Dräi Eechelen (10 Rue Fort Thuengen) 1499 Luxembourg
Tel : (+352) 27 33 31
Novotel Kirchberg**** (Kirchberg)
Price/night : single room (90-350€), double room (90-350€)
6 rue Fort Niedergrünewald Quartier Européen Nord Plateau de Kirchberg L-2226 luxembourg
Tel : (+352) 42 98 48 -1
EMail : H1930@accor.com
Plenary : Welcome speech by Carlo KriegerSalle Feider, Uni.lu
Student ID-Card needed