Race, Identity, and Nationality
February 25-26, 2005
A colloquium on Race, Identity, and Nationality will be hosted by the Graduate Students of the French and Italian, German, Comparative Literature, and Spanish and Portuguese Departments at Vanderbilt University. This colloquium is organized by graduate students in order to give other graduate students an opportunity to share their current work related to the conference theme.
Paper format: Please keep in mind that papers should not exceed a reading period of 20 minutes (8 pages) in order to allow sufficient time for discussion. Papers must be presented in English.
Abstract Information: Please submit a 250-word abstract postmarked by January 15, 2005 to Professor Lynn Ramey (e-mail address shown below). Email submission preferred. Please do not send attachments; include the abstract in the body of the email.
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