The Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University is pleased to announce the Herman C. Hudson Annual Graduate Symposium to be held on April 3, 2004. This one-day international conference will explore topics around the theme "New Directions: Critical Issues in the 21st Century." Topics should be interdisciplinary and explore a variety of aspects pertaining to the experience of people of African decent in society, culture, politics, history and environment. We are also interested in attracting graduate speakers from many disciplines that are exploring topics and issues of the larger African Diaspora context.
Those submitting individual proposals should send a 1-page abstract and a 1-page CV. Panel proposals should include a description of the panel theme, 1-page abstracts for each paper, the name of the panel chair, and 1-page CV for each participant. Both individual and panel proposals should include a cover sheet with full contact information including name, address, e-mail, phone and affiliation for each participant.
All proposals must be postmarked no later than January 20, 2004 and to the attention of the contact below.
Proposals abstracts and CV’s will be accepted by fax and email to the attention: Leila Amine or Kellie Hogue -- 2004 Herman C. Hudson Annual Graduate Symposium.
For information about the symposium, please contact Leila Amine or Kellie Hogue via the email address below.
2004 Herman C. Hudson Annual Graduate Symposium
African American and African Diaspora Studies
Memorial Hall East, M37
1021 East Third St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
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