CFP: Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean

CFP: Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean

International Graduate Student Conference

on Latin America and the Caribbean


Forging ahead with its commitment to promote interdisciplinary research
concerned with the economic development, political and social
organization and cultural and artistic contributions of Latin America
and the Caribbean, York University’s Centre for Research on Latin
America and the Caribbean (CERLAC) is hosting its 3^rd Graduate Student
Research Conference on *March 15^th and 16^th , 2013 at York University
in Toronto (Canada)*.

This conference brings together scholars working on Latin America and
the Caribbean to share their research in a collegial, professional and
friendly environment. The conference organizing committee welcomes
papers, presentation proposals and panel proposals on research focused
on Latin America and the Caribbean. We are seeking a broad range of
playful, critical, engaging, diverse, and dynamic themes that span
across various disciplines including, but not limited to, social
sciences, humanities, fine arts, environmental studies and law and
business.Themes from previous conferences include indigeneity,
literature, inter-state relations, violence, identity, language,
development, gender, fair trade, diaspora, memory and neoliberalism.

All modes of presentations are welcome, including papers, posters, film
and other creative expressions and may be presented in any language of
the region, while abstracts must be submitted in English, French,
Portuguese, or Spanish by *September 30, 2012*. We particularly
encourage applicants to coordinate panels around a particular topic or
theme. If you’re interested in organizing a panel and would like to
include the call or abstract for it on our website, please contact <>.

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