Ethnicity, Race and Indigenous Peoples


Communities, Circulations, Intersections

The ERIP 2015 Conference provides an opportunity for academics, graduate students, activists and practitioners in all of the relevant disciplines to present panel, paper, and poster proposals on issues such as the rights of Indigenous and Afro-descendant peoples, territoriality and autonomy, bilingual and intercultural education, health and traditional medicine, consuetudinary justice, social movements and politics, racism and discrimination, resource conflict and resolution, performance and visual arts, literature and cultural studies, citizenship, multiculturalism, and ethnic and national identity. Proposals focused on the motif “Communities, Circulations, Intersections” are especially welcome and encouraged.


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