Ethnicity, Race and Indigenous Peoples
Panels, Papers, Posters

ERIP Conference 2015

Panels, Papers, Posters

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‌Presenters may propose individual panels, papers or posters. Proposals on all subjects related to the section’s mission and areas of interest in Latin American and Caribbean studies are welcome. 

In particular, the 2015 conference seeks to foster reflections on the involvement of people of indigenous and African descent in migrations, the circulation of ideas and practices, and the exchange of resources and commodities in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the challenges and opportunities posed to the heritage and development of these communities.

We welcome proposals in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All submissions must include a minimum of three keywords. A few suggested keyword categories include the following (but are not limited to):

Afro-descendants 
Autonomy 
Bilingual Education
Circulation
Community
Consuetudinary Justice
Cultural Studies  
Economy and Commodities
Environment and Ecology
Gender
Health
History
Indigenous Peoples
Intersection
Labor
Languages and Literatures

Mass Media and Popular Culture
Migration
Multiculturalism
Performance Arts
Political Mobilization
Power and Citizenship
Race and Ethnic Identity
Racism and Discrimination
Religions and Religiosities
Resource Conflict and Resolution
Social Movements
Specific countries
Sub-regions within the Americas
Territoriality
Traditional Medicine 
Visual Arts

Presenters must be registered for the conference.
The deadline for submitting a paper, panel or poster proposal is July 21, 2015. 

Important dates (revised):

Deadline for submission of travel support applications: July 21, 2015
Notifications of acceptance of panel/paper/poster proposals: August 1, 2015
Notification of travel support awards: August 1, 2015
Pre-Registration deadline: August 15, 2015
Deadline for submission of papers to panel organizers/discussants: September 15, 2015

Submission guidelines for Panels:

Panels may have up to four presenters and, if desired, may also include a discussant.  Panel organizers should submit:

- Panel title and abstract (no more than 150 words)
- Presenters and discussant names and institutional affiliations
- Individual paper titles and abstracts (no more than 150 words each)
- Keywords (minimum 3)*

Submission guidelines for Individual Papers:

- Name and institutional affiliation
- Individual paper title and abstract (no more than 150 words)
- Keywords (minimum 3)*

Submission guidelines for Posters:

- Name and institutional affiliation
- Poster title and abstract (no more than 150 words)
- Keywords (minimum 3)*

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