Call for Papers: Pacific Sociological Association: Represent: Race, Gender and Identity in Hip-Hop Music and Culture
2007 PSA Meeting – Oakland – Marriott City Center, March 29 – April 1 2007
Presentation proposals are now being accepted for Represent: Race, Gender and Identity in Hip-Hop Music and Culture, a session of the 2007 Pacific Sociological Association meeting in Oakland, CA, March 29th – April 1st 2007. The session organizer seeks presentations from faculty and/or graduate students who are currently involved in research around Hip-Hop music and culture that specifically consider issues of race, gender and/or identity. All disciplines are welcome!
Please send presentation titles and abstracts of 200-250 words via mail or e-mail (e-mail is greatly preferred) by November 3rd 2006 to Michael Barnes at the addresses below. Make sure to include home department and institutional affiliation with your proposal.
For additional submission information from the Pacific Sociological Association and more details on the conference: http://www.pacificsoc.org/2006/06/2007_annual_mee.html
Department of Sociology
University of California-Berkeley
410 Barrows Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720
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