[Blackstudies-l] Fwd: CFP: African Diaspora Symposium

Emilye Crosby crosby at geneseo.edu
Mon Sep 20 09:59:59 EDT 2010



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> From: Abdul Alkalimat <mcworter at ILLINOIS.EDU>
> Date: September 20, 2010 9:24:49 AM EDT
> To: H-AFRO-AM at H-NET.MSU.EDU
> Subject: CFP: African Diaspora Symposium
> Reply-To: H-NET Discussion List for African American Studies <H-AFRO-AM at H-NET.MSU.EDU 
> >
>
> From: cwilson at NCCU.EDU
>
> Call for Papers
> 3rd Annual NCCU African Diaspora Studies Symposium
>
> Conspicuously Unseen: Invisibility and Denial in Diasporic Communities
>
> March 19-20, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC
>
> Presented by the Department of History, the Global Studies Program,  
> and the College of Liberal Arts
>
> North Carolina Central University invites proposals for the third  
> annual African Diaspora Studies Symposium, to be held March 19-20,  
> 2011. The theme for this year is "Conspicuously Unseen: Invisibility  
> and Denial in Diasporic Communities."  The symposium seeks to  
> explore the ways that Diasporic communities see themselves and the  
> ways that they are perceived by the dominant cultures that surround  
> them. Special attention will be given to the Afro-Latin American,  
> Afro-European, and Afro-Asian experience, though any topic within  
> the Diaspora will be considered.  In keeping with the breadth of the  
> Liberal Arts, we seek proposals for papers, panels, performances  
> (music or theater), film, and graphic art from any branch of  
> Diaspora studies. The symposium has typically brought together  
> scholars, activists, and artists, representing disciplines as varied  
> as Public Health and performance art. We look forward to continuing  
> this tradition, bringing together academics, community members, and  
> creative artists to engage with each other on issues facing the  
> African Diaspora and African Diaspora Studies. North Carolina  
> Central University, located in the heart of Durham, was founded in  
> 1910 and is the first state-supported liberal arts institution to  
> serve the black community. The University prides itself on its  
> relations with the Durham community, and the NCCU African Diaspora  
> Studies Symposium encourages input and participation from both  
> academics and the community.
> Papers and submission
> Individual abstracts should be 250 words or less and panel abstracts  
> should be 750 words or less. Abstracts should be submitted by  
> Wednesday, December 15, 2010. Please include, for all participants,  
> a five-line biography with institutional/organizational affiliation  
> and contact information.
> Please direct all submissions to Youssef J. Carter at youssefcarter at gmail.com 
>  and Joshua Nadel at jnadel at nccu.edu.
> This two-day symposium is free and open to the public. It will be  
> held on the campus of North Carolina Central University in Durham,  
> NC on March 19 and 20, 2011.
>
> For more information contact:
> Joshua Nadel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of History  
> Associate Director, Global Studies Program North Carolina Central  
> University
> 1801 Fayetteville St. Durham NC 27707
> Phone: (919) 530-6367
> Fax: (919) 530-5392
> jnadel at nccu.edu

Emilye Crosby
Professor
History Department
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
(585) 245-5375
crosby at geneseo.edu

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