Second Biennial Interdisciplinary Conference on Race 2010
THEME: Examining Race in the 21st Century
DATE: Thursday, November 11 – Saturday, November 13, 2010
VENUE: Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ
The idea of race continues to be controversial. In spite of different historical developments in various parts of the world, the meaning of race and its significance remains debatable.
Some of the questions this conference will address are:
Why do the issues that surround race continue to be important?
Is race a useful construct?
How are systems of racial classification and identity manifested in social institutions and relationships?
We seek individual papers, panels, workshops, and posters that can include but are not restricted to the following topics:
Race and identity in different cultures
Race in history
Race and Genetics
Race, gender, ethnicity, color, and class
Race in the Obama era
Race and diversity in higher education
The concept of post-racialism in history and society
Race, Labor, and Economics
Race and popular culture
Race and urbanization
Race change[s]: Racial formation, then and now
Race and identity in local and global perspective
Race, continuity, and change
Implications of racial discourse
Race and ethnicity: similarities and differences
Race and power
Send 250 page abstracts and abbreviated c.v. to email@example.com by June 1, 2010.
See the conference webpage at www.monmouth.edu/race/ for continuous updates.
Contact Dr. Catherine Duckett at firstname.lastname@example.org or Hettie V. Williams, Lecturer, African American History, at email@example.com for more details. We encourage the participation of graduate students.
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