CFP: Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies

RMCLAS 2013 Annual Conference, Santa Fe, NM

The 60th Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies will be held in Santa Fe, NM on Wednesday, April 3rd, through Saturday, April 6th, 2013. The RMCLAS Annual Conference provides an opportunity for scholars and graduate students to share original research on Latin America. The conference hotel will be the Hotel Santa Fe.

The RMCLAS Program Committee is now accepting panel and paper proposals on general topics in Latin American Studies. We encourage presentations from all disciplines including, but not limited to, Anthropology, Archaeology, Art History, Cultural Studies, Economics, Environmental Studies, Ethnomusicology, Film Studies, Gender Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, Political Science, and Sociology.

We suggest that panels consist of a chair, at least three presenters, and a commentator (one of whom may be the chair and/or commentator) and a commentator. Papers can be in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Please fill out the panel proposal form by using the link below. This form will also accommodate single-paper proposals. The deadline for panel and paper proposals is JANUARY 1, 2013.

Here is the link to the proposal form. Be sure to hit “submit” when you are done. It is probably wise to prepare your panel proposal in your word processing program, then paste it into this form (to avoid losing info etc.). You should have a backup of your proposal in any case. Here is the link:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?pli=1&formkey=dFpRZV94N0VncDBJUXExYU1raVhJMUE6MA#gid=0

Also remember that if your panel/paper is accepted, membership in RMCLAS and conference registration is required to participate in the conference.

Sincerely,

2013 President, Susan Kellogg, University of Houston
(skellogg@uh.edu)
Colonial Program Chair: Kris Lane, Tulane University
Modern Program Chair: Donald Stevens, Drexel University

Conferencia Anual 2013 de RMCLAS

La 60a Conferencia Anual del Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies que se celebrará en Santa Fe, NM del miércoles 3-6 de abril de 2013. La Conferencia Anual de RMCLAS ofrece una oportunidad para la comunidad académica (profesores y estudiantes posgraduados) de compartir investigaciones originales sobre Latinoamérica. El hotel del congreso será el Hotel Santa Fe.

Convocatoria

El comité organizador de RMCLAS está ahora aceptando propuestas de mesas y presentaciones individuales sobre temas que vinculen con los Estudios Latinoamericanos. Invitamos ponencias en todas las disciplinas o áreas temáticas, incluyendo pero no limitado a Antropología, Arqueología, Ciencias Políticas, Económica, Estudios Culturales, Etnomusicología, Estudios Cinematográficos, Estudios de Género, Historia, Historia del Arte, Lingüística, Literatura, Medio Ambiente, y Sociología.

Se sugiere que las mesas consistan de tres ponentes y un comentarista (el coordinador puede ser un ponente o el comentarista). Las ponencias pueden ser en inglés o español o portugués. Favor de llenar la información en el link siguiente. La fecha límite de inscripción es el 1 de enero de 2013.

Por favor enviar sus propuestas de ponencias a través de este link:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?pli=1&formkey=dFpRZV94N0VncDBJUXExYU1raVhJMUE6MA#gid=0

Acuerdese de clickear “submit” al final.

Cordialmente,

2013 Presidente, Susan Kellogg, University of Houston
(skellogg@uh.edu)
Colonial Program Chair: Kris Lane, Tulane University
Modern Program Chair: Donald Stevens, Drexel University

RMCLAS 2013 Conferência Anual

A 60a. Conferência Anual do Rocky Mountain Council on Latin American Studies acontecerá em Santa Fe, NM, EUA, de 3-6 de Abril de 2013. A Conferência anual do RMCLAS oferece a académicos e alunos de pós-graduação a oportunidade de intercâmbio de pesquisas originais sobre América Latina. O hotel da Conferência será o Hotel Santa Fe.

Chamada de Trabalhos

O comité organizador do RMCLAS está aceitando propostas de mesas e trabalhos individuais em tópicos sobre América Latina. Encoraja-se a inscrição de trabalhos de todas as disciplinas e áreas temáticas, incluindo, mas não limitando a Antropologia, Arqueologia, História da Arte, Estudos Culturais, Economia, Estudos Ambientais, Etnomusicologia, Filme e Cinema, Estudos de Género, História, Linguística, Literatura, Ciência Política e Sociologia.

Sugere-se que as mesas sejam compostas de três apresentadores (um dos quais pode ser o coordenador) e um comentarista. O trabalhos podem ser em Inglês, Espanhol ou Português. A data limite para a inscrição de mesas e trabalhos é 1 de Janeiro de 2013.

As propostas devem ser enviadas através desta “link”:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?pli=1&formkey=dFpRZV94N0VncDBJUXExYU1raVhJMUE6MA#gid=0

Mais informação será publicada na página web do RMCLAS (www.rmclas.org) a medida que se tornarem disponíveis.

Obrigado,

Susan Kellogg, Presidente 2013, Universityof Houston
(skellogg@uh.edu)
Colonial Program Chair: Kris Lane, Tulane University
Modern Program Chair: Donald Stevens, Drexel University

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