THE ACTIVIST IMPULSE IN ETHNIC STUDIES:
Safeguarding Rights in Eras of Insecurity.
NAES invites abstracts/proposals for papers, panels, workshops, or media productions from people in all disciplines and interdisciplinary areas of the arts, business, social sciences, humanities, science and education, on issues related to activism concerning race and ethnicity, including, but not limited to the following: Anniversaries: Brown vs. the Board of Education (50 years); Civil Rights Act (40 years); Center for Puerto Rican Studies (30 years); peace movements worldwide; student activism; preserving support for the arts and humanities; genocides; Native American, African American and Jewish reparations; protest films; transgressive music; labor and ethnicity; environmental racism; indigenous rights; protest laws; biochemical warfare and race; grass roots activism in ethnic communities; Black-Jewish alliances for action; ethnic feminist movements; religious activism; theory and activism; the protection and growth of Ethnic Studies programs.
Please visit our web site for submission instructions.
Prof. Ashton W. Welch
Department of History
Omaha, NE 68178-0001
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