The Annual Herman C. Hudson Graduate Student Symposium at Indiana University, Bloomington
Challenging Racism, (Hetero) Sexism, Classism, and Homophobia in the African Diaspora
Racism, (Hetero) Sexism, Classism, and Homophobia are critical, often under-interrogated issues in the African Diaspora (understood in its most inclusive sense). We seek abstracts of papers exploring these issues from interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary perspectives to be presented at a one-day, international conference on April 16, 2005. We are interested in topics that explore questions pertaining to the cultural, economic, educational, historical, intellectual, political, and social experiences of African descent and African origin people in the U.S., and the broader African Diaspora in relation to this yearís theme.
Interested presenters should submit a one-page abstract (with academic affiliations indicated) and a one-page CV. Panel proposals should include a description of the panelís theme, a one-page abstract of each paper, the name of the panel chair, and a one page CV from each participant.
All materials should be sent to the attention of Jennifer Heusel and Amina McIntyre no later than Thursday, January 20, 2005 via e-mail, fax, or mail:
mail: African American and African Diaspora Studies; Memorial Hall East-M18; 1021 East 3rd Street; Bloomington, IN, 47405-2201; USA Email: email@example.com
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