The Promised Land Community-University Research Alliance invites community researchers, educators, museum workers, students, artists and academics to submit proposals for presentations at its fifth annual Public Symposium: Claiming the Promise: A Retrospective on African Canadian History and Invitation for New Research, to be held June 14-17 in Chatham, Onatio. As the final public conference hosted by the PLP, the event will showcase the results of the five-year project, and chart the way forward for continued research along the pathways that have opened up through the Promised Land Projectís work. Presentations that explore Multiculturality, and examples of identity, expression and interaction (both historical and contemporary); the interaction of indigenous and African peoples in the Promised Land communities; and African Canadian military history are of particular interest, but we welcome all proposals relating to a full range of topics in African Canadian history, identity and culture.
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