CALL FOR PROPOSALS: RACE, IDENTITY, AND REPRESENTATION.
Area Chair: Bernardo P. Gallegos
Proposals are being accepted for presentation at the 2001 meeting of the
Southwest Popular Culture/American Culture Association held in
Albuquerque New Mexico from March 7 through 10. Papers, panels, and
alternative format presentations such as performance, film,
documentaries, etc. that address 1) race and its construction, 2) the
negotiation of identities, and 3) the politics (broadly defined) of
representation are invited. Presentations could address these in a
variety of historical, geographic, and discursive contexts. Interested
ersons should submit a 150-word proposal to the area chair at the
following address by January 10, 2001 or ASAP.
Any modern language is invited, but papers not in English should
be accompanied by a 500-word abstract for distribution to the
audience (50 copies).
Professor Bernardo P. Gallegos
Policy Studies, COE (MC 147)
University of Illinois at Chicago
1040 West Harrison St.
Chicago, Illinois 60607
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