The deadline to submit panels, workshop proposals, and paper presentations is Jan 10 (Saturday).
Ithaca College Apr. 17–18, 2015
- Open to faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, other scholars
- 250-word proposals for individual papers, full panels, and workshops are due electronically by Jan. 10, 2015; Submit proposals for the 2015 MACLAS conference here
- Please send any questions to the Program Director at email@example.com
The theme of this year’s conference is Altered states: Cross-disciplinary explorations of tradition and the emergent in Latin America. The introduction of ideas and patterns that challenge tradition, and the interplay between old and new, creates a dynamism in the region that is both exciting and challenging for those who study it. Boundaries often blur as the states of society, culture, politics and identity are altered. We seek to examine these alterations from a wide variety of perspectives and academic disciplines.
We encourage submissions that address this year’s theme, and also welcome paper and panel proposals dealing with all other aspects of Latin America, as well as proposals for workshops that inform faculty and students on practical issues such as study abroad programs in Latin America, academic publishing, the road to tenure, and effective pedagogical techniques.
Proposals are due by Sat. Jan. 10, 2015. You will need to supply:
- Title of individual paper, panel, or workshop (specify which);
- Your name (panel and workshop proposals must include the names and paper titles of all presenters; discussants are optional);
- Your institution and position (faculty, graduate or undergraduate student, other); and
- A 250-word abstract in English or Spanish.
Applicants will be informed by Sat., Feb. 7, 2015 whether their proposals have been accepted.
MACLAS offers prizes for the best book and best article or chapter published by a member in the last two years, as well as prizes for the best undergraduate and graduate papers presented at the conference. Graduate students are encouraged to apply for a Christina Turner Travel Award to help defray conference costs. For details, click here.
Conference registration fees are $125 for the full conference or $75 for one day if submitted by Mar. 15, 2015. After this date, the fees are $175 for the full conference or $100 for one day. In order to appear on the program, conference participants must be current members of MACLAS. Annual dues range from $10–$35, depending on professional status and income.