IASC 2021 Virtual Conference Series

During 2021 we organize a series of topical virtual conferences of 2 or 3 days of live events. These conferences will consist of pre-recorded talks, live webinar discussions, and various other virtual interactions with participants, including Slack and virtual meeting places. The conference material will be available a few days before the live conference start, and during the two or 3-day event, we’ll focus on interactions between the participants. In the spirit of polycentric governance, we use a common platform, but individual conferences may differ in implementation as seen fit by the topical organizers. Check out the individual conference websites for more details and deadlines for the submission of contributions.

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Commons in Space

February 24-26, 2021

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Fisheries and Aquaculture Commons

March 9-11, 2021

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Commoning the Anthropocene

April 21-23, 2021

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Urban Commons

May 6-8, 2021

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Polycentric Governance

May 17-19, 2021

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Water commons

May 19-21, 2021

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Knowledge Commons

June 9-11, 2021

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Forest Commons

Early August 2021

Website coming soon

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Land Commons

September 2021

Website coming soon

COSTS

The virtual conferences are accessible for small fees to cover the costs of the implementation of the conferences. All presenters will have to be or become IASC members. IASC members pay 10 dollars to attend a virtual conference live. All conference material will be available to IASC members after the conference. If you are not an IASC member, you can easily register here. Non-IASC members can attend the conference for a fee of 50 dollars per virtual conference. Dependent on sponsoring, waivers are available for early-career scholars and practitioners from the global south

IASC Members
$ 10 Per Virtual Conference
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Non-Members
$ 50 Per Virtual Conference
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Steering Committees of Virtual Conferences

Commons in Space

Timiebi Aganaba   
Arizona State University, USA

Menelisi Falayi   
Rhodes University, South Africa

Steven Freeland   
Western Sydney University, Australia

Alice Gorman   
Flinders University of South Australia

Marco A Janssen   
Arizona State University, USA

Tanja Masson-Zwaan   
University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Akhil Rao   
Middlebury College, USA

Jessy Kate Schingler   
Open Lunar Foundation, USA

Scott Shackelford   
Indiana University, USA

Andrew Woodsa   
University of Arizona, USA

Fishery Commons

Candice Carr Kelman   
Arizona State University, USA

Anastasia Quintana   
Duke University, USA

Abigail Bennett   
Michigan State University, USA

Alejandro García Lozano    
Arizona State University, USA

Achim Schlüter   
Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen, Germany

Xavier Basurto   
Duke University, USA

Stefan Partelow   
Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen, Germany

Commoning the Anthropocene

Marty Anderies   
Arizona State University, USA

Eduardo Sonnewend Brondizio   
Indiana University-Bloomington, USA

Anne-Sophie Crépin   
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University, Sweden

Caroline Schill    
Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden

Graham Epstein   
University of Central Florida, USA

Jean-Denis Mathias   
National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (INRAE), France

Therese Lindahl   
Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden

Beril Ocaklı   
Humbolt Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Sergio Villamayor-Tomás   
Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain

Arun Agrawal   
University of Michigan, USA

Urban Commons

Harini Nagendra   
Azim Premji University, Bangalore, India

Hita Unnikrishnan   
University of Sheffield, UK

Sergio Villamayor-Tomas   
Autonomous University of Barcelona. Spain

Raul Pacheco-Vega   
Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE), Mexico

Rimjhim Aggarwal   
University of Arizona, USA

Wai-Fung (Danny) Lam   
University of Hong Kong

Polycentric Governance

Elizabeth Baldwin   
University of Arizona, USA

Elke Kellner   
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Switzerland.

Josephine van Zeben   
Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Kimberlee Chang   
University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Raul Pacheco-Vega   
Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) Sede Mexico

Sergio Villamayor-Tomas   
Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain

Andreas Thiel   
University of Kassel, Germany

Katherine Daniell   
Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Water Commons

Edella Schlager   
University of Arizona, USA

Laura Herzog   
University of Osnabrück, Germany

Seemi Waheed   
University of Management and Technology, Pakistan

Wai-Fung (Danny) Lam   
University of Hong Kong

Tomás Olivier   
Florida Atlantic University, USA

Ruth Meinzen-Dick   
International Food Policy Research Institute, USA

Knowledge Commons

Shun-Ling Chen   
Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Melanie Dulong de Rosnay   
National Center for Scientific Research, France

Janice Figueiredo   
P2P Foundation

Seth Frey   
University of California Davis, USA

Flavia Guerrieri   
Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Germany

Marco Janssen   
Arizona State University, USA

Michael Madison   
University of Pittsburgh, USA

Jason Potts   
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Charlie Schweik   
University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

Forest Commons

Tom Evans   
University of Arizona, USA

Elle Pattenden    
University of Melbourne, Australia

Land Commons

Michael Schoon   
Arizona State University, USA

Gabriela Silva Santa Rosa Macedo   
University of Campinas, Brazil

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