NYASA: New York African Studies Association 28th Annual Conference
"Engaging Africana Studies: Production, Control and Dissemination of Knowledge in Africa and the African Diaspora."
April 16-17, 2004
Accepting papers, panels, artistic performances, workshops, and films from scholars, and students in areas such as:
Theoretical traditions, research methodologies, history, sociology and political science
Issues of social, cultural, gender, sexuality, identity, ethnicity, and social movements
Issues of development, globalization, finance, privatization and technology
Issues of educational pedagogy, spirituality and religion
Modes of literary expressions, languages, music, performing arts and visual arts
Questions of law, human rights, law enforcement and prisons
Technology and the development of Global African Diasporic linkages in Asia, The Middle East, North, Central and South America, The Caribbean Islands, Australia and New Zealand.
Deadline for submission of Presentation Abstracts: February 15, 2004
Hosted By: Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, Connecticut. Conveniently located 30 minutes from Hartford (CT), 45 minutes from Providence (RI), 2-1/2 hours from Albany (NY), and two hours from both Boston (MA) and New York City.
All information for the 2004 NYASA Conference is available directly online!
Visit the NYASA.ORG website for detailed information on registration rates, abstract submission instructions, accommodations, and more.
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