Florida Gulf Coast University, in association with the International Cultural Research Network at the University of Alberta, plans a conference entitled "Chinese Perspectives on Culture and Society" to be held February 24-27 at FGCU. The social, economic, educational and political changes in modern China creates reverberations that positively and deleteriously affect global policies. Wider academic discussion will answer some questions and address the changes these circumstances have engendered.
The focus of the program will be: Environment, Education, Economics and Historic Evolution of Chinese Perspectives.
Abstracts that clearly state one of the conference categories should be 250 words or less and are due on 15 November 2004. A 150 word biography should accompany the abstract submission. Abstracts should be sent to the website listed below. Acceptance will be acknowledeged within six weeks of the initial submission. Papers developed for this event will be peer reviewed and considered for publication in a book of the same name to be published by ICRN in early 2006. The conference language is English.
All correspondence concerning accommodations, registration and other conference matters should go through Prof. Pamella Seay at email@example.com
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