The South Eastern Regional Seminar of African Studies (SERSAS) is pleased to announce the second call for papers for its annual Fall meeting and conference. The meeting will be hosted Nov. 8/9 2002 on the beautiful campus of Clemson University in Clemson SC.
This CFP is currently open in terms of disciplines and topics, and propsective particpants are invited to propose panels as well as individual papers. We currently have two panels organized; one on Congo Crises, and one on Resistance Movements in South Africa. Prospective participants are also welcome to submit proposals for either of these panels.
SERSAS prides itself on providing an informal, collegial environment for the exchange of academic ideas and papers relating to African studies. Advanced graduate students are welcome to submit work-in-progress proposals and faculty are encouraged to bring along advanced graduate students.
Further information about directions, accommodation and panels will be made available in due course. Please check the SERSAS website noted below.
The Conference will be held in the Holtzendorf Hall auditorium on November 9th (Saturday) beginning at 8:30 a.am. (Building 57 on the linked map of Clemson University.)
Accommodation for particpiants may be found at the following:
the James Martin Inn on campus
The Sleep Inn (864) 653 6000
1303 Tiger Blvd.
Clemson University is off of I-85 in Clemson , SC. It can also be reached via the nearest regional airport, The Greenville-Spartanburg airport.
For more information, or to submit a proposal, please contact the coordinators listed in the contact information.
For more information about SERSAS and to see past papers and conferences, llease visit the SERSAS website.
Dr. Aran MacKinnon
Dept. of History
State University of West Georgia
1601 Maple St.
Carrollton, GA, 30118
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