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Latino Communities Conference

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An interdisciplinary conference providing a creative space to enhance the understanding of Latino issues, contributions and cultures.
Hosted on the West Chester University campus
September 25 – 26, 2019

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

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Proposals Due: June 17, 2019 

DEADLINE EXTENDED! 

Complete the Application for Conference Proposals: [word format ] [pdf format ]
Email your completed form to:

Latino Communities Conference,

or

mceballos@wcupa.edu

 

We encourage students, faculty, professionals, practitioners, and the community to submit proposals.

Presentations may be in the form of papers, posters, workshops, or panels related to one or more of the following “tracks”:

  1. Immigration and Social Justice
  2. Education
  3. Visual and Performing Arts
  1. Humanities and Social Sciences
  2. Social Services
  3. Community Development
 

A wide range of topics may be considered for these tracks that include current issues, research, performance, community programs and services, and co-curricular opportunities, such as: immigrants, undocumented migration, community activism, language and cultural diversity in the classroom, student achievement, the arts, language, literature, history, sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, geography, race and ethnic studies, border studies, cultural studies, women’s and gender studies, environment and sustainability, health, social work, law, criminal justice, and professional and community development.

Please submit your proposal online by June 17, 2019.

  • Classes welcome! WCU faculty/local teachers – please contact the organizers to submit proposals for speakers/workshops for your WCU class (and for us to plan room space accordingly), and/or to bring classes from your schools.
  • Early on-line registration for all presenters and participants will be available by July.

For questions please email:

Latino Communities Conference

or the Conference Coordinators:

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