3rd Annual IU Graduate Students in African Studies Symposium
Intersections: Global Encounters on the African Continent
23 March 2013, Indiana University, Bloomington IN
Keynote Speaker: Bruce Whitehouse, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Lehigh University
Indiana University’s Graduate Students in African Studies (GSAS) invite papers for our annual conference that explore global encounters in Africa. The theme is intentionally broad to attract contributions from graduate students with a wide range of perspectives from across disciplines. Research can encompass both historical and contemporary accounts. The committee is interested in research that considers not only how the global impacts Africa, but how Africa and Africans impact the global.
Papers might consider, but are NOT limited to, the intersections between Africa and the global within the following areas:
- policy; or
Proposals are welcome from graduate students in any discipline. We welcome presentations on completed papers, as well as dissertation or thesis chapters, works in progress, and preliminary research findings. Abstracts should describe the student’s research in no more than 300 words. They should include the title of the research the author proposes to present, university affiliation, discipline, address and phone number. The deadline for submission of abstracts has been extended to February 15, 2013. Please direct all submissions and questions to email@example.com.