LINGUIST List 14.2708

Wed Oct 8 2003

Calls: General Linguistics/PA, USA

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Message 1: Globalizations and the African World

Date: Wed, 08 Oct 2003 09:13:43 +0000
From: jbloomqu <jbloomqugettysburg.edu>
Subject: Globalizations and the African World

Globalizations and the African World 
Date: 27-Feb-2003 - 28-Feb-2003
Location: Gettysburg PA, United States of America
Contact: Mwangi wa Githinji
Contact Email: mgithinjigettysburg.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.gettysburg.edu/academics/aas/Conference/index.html

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2003

Meeting Description:

The intention of the organizers is to invite artists and academics to
investigate various epochs of globalization, and teh impacts of and on
people of African descent. The conference will be organized in a
series of panels, an opening plenary, and a number of performance
events that will address the issues from a variety of disciplines. The
organizers invite academics, artists, activists, and students to
submit proposals for papers. Each proposal should include the title
of the paper and an abstract (maximum length 300 words)that details
the contents of the proposed paper and how the paper fits into one of
the panels (see conference website for details). The organizres also
welcome proposals for complete panels (minimum 3 papers plus
respondent) that fit into the general theme of the conference. Each
proposal should aslo include the name and institutional affiliation of
the author. Proposals should be sent as an attached MS Word document
to mgithinjigettysburg.edu by Novemeber 30th, 2003. Papers and
panels that are accepted will be informed by December 10th, 2003.
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