The International Colloquium for the Vernacular is holding its biennial meeting October 26-29, 2005 in Puebla, Mexico. For those interested in presenting a paper in sub-section, “Race, Ethnicity, and Gender,” Please follow the instructions below. All proposals should be submitted by June 25. (For those interested in other sub-sections, as well as those desiring more information about the meeting, accommodations, or the attractions or Puebla, please visit the web site noted below). For details, please consult the website of the upcoming conference: www.ipsonet.org/vernacular/2005.
Papers on Race, Ethnicity, and Gender should consider the impact of these racial, ethnic, and/or gender identity on political, social, economic, and cultural developments either within states or between or among states. Papers may take a historical approach or examine contemporary conditions. Papers may address the complexities of race, culture, and gender, both in a national context or an international one. They may address efforts to define, preserve, or assert racial, cultural, or gender identities within or among states.
Please send your short VITA and paper Abstract to the Vice President of the Colloquium in charge of organizing panels for the section on "Race, Ethnicity, and Gender" by June 25, 2005:
Professor Cary D. Wintz
Department of History
Texas Southern University
Houston, Texas 77030-4214, USA
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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