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8327-Conference Proposal Workshop Tuesday November 6th 4:3--5:30 COAS 244
Posted for Academic Affairs by Marci McMahon on Nov, 06 2012
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WHAT IS A CONFERENCE PROPOSAL? WHAT HAPPENS AT CONFERENCES? CONFERENCE PROPOSAL WORKSHOP Dr. Marci McMahon, Department of English and Coordinator of the Graduate Certificate in Mexican American Studies, will lead a workshop to answer these and any other questions about writing conference proposals and presenting at conferences. WHEN: Tuesday November 6TH 4:30-5:30pm WHERE: College Of Arts and Humanities (COAS) 244 WHO: All graduate students pursuing the MAS Graduate Certificate, and all other graduate students, are invited to attend this workshop to learn about: 1) What takes place at conferences? 2) What should I present at a conference? 3) What is a conference proposal? UTPA’S MEXICAN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM WILL BE HOSTING The National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS) TEJAS FOCO CONFERENCE AT UTPA FEBRUARY 21-23, 2013 Recent attacks on Chican@ and Ethnic Studies programs are reminders of the need for spaces to produce knowledge in, about, and for our communities. This call for proposals centers on the ways in which academic research, creative activities, pedagogy, and activism can directly affect and become embedded in these communities. The conference seeks to bring together scholars, teachers, artists, activists, and other individuals or groups dedicated to Chican@ Studies and Latin@ Studies. Those with experience as students, teachers, activists, scholars, artists, and other community members are invited to submit the following types of proposals: panels, papers, performances, posters/exhibits, creative activities, testimonios, round tables, film screenings, workshops, and other innovative presentations. Submit proposals by December 1, 2012 to mas@utpa.edu. In your proposal, include the type of presentation, title, an abstract of 150-250 words, your full contact information, and any audiovisual requests. Proposals and presentations need not be in English. For further information and to register for the conference, go to http://www.naccs-tejas-2013.blogspot.com. Participants will have the opportunity to submit their papers for consideration for the NACCS Tejas Foco 2013 Conference Proceedings in the peer-reviewed Rio Bravo: Journal of Borderlands, published by the University of Texas, Pan American.