We strongly recommend that you submit a proposal for the upcoming
Annual Conference of the National Association for Ethnic Studies
taking place at Claremont Graduate University. Please see:
This exciting, well-run, and cordial meeting will explore how race and
ethnicity are characterized in popular media, education and politics.
Among the topics: racialized legislation; racism, gender and
sexuality; Obama nation; profiling; affirmative action; hate groups,
race and sports; medicine, public health and social welfare policy;
and post-racial ideology.
The deadline for proposals is December 15, 2010. THE COMPLETE CALL FOR
PAPERS APPEARS BELOW.
The NAES? 39th Annual Conference is being hosted by Claremont Graduate
University. Made up of nine schools, including Arts & Humanities,
Educational Studies, Religion and Community and Global Health, CGU
fosters faculty and graduate research in ethnic studies in a variety
of disciplines. Claremont Colleges, a consortium of five undergraduate
colleges and two graduate university colleges, consistently ranks
among the best schools in the United States.
We hope you will take the opportunity to participate in this wonderful event.
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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ETHNIC STUDIES, INC.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS/PROPOSALS
39th Annual National Conference
April 7-9, 2011
Claremont Graduate University
THE NEW RACISM: ILLUSIONS OF EQUALITY AND THE ASSAULT ON ETHNIC STUDIES
The National Association for Ethnic Studies invites
abstracts/proposals or papers, panels, workshops, or media productions
from people in all disciplines and interdisciplinary areas of the
arts, business, social sciences, humanities, science and education on
current manifestations of racism and ethnic bias in the US, where
ethnic studies as a discipline is under siege in schools and
universities. What is the national discourse on race? How have race
and ethnicity been characterized in popular media and education, as
well as local and national politics? How is the treatment of racism
exemplified by the emphasis on undocumented immigrants from Mexico and
Central America? How are claims of nationalism and reverse racism
being used against ethnic studies? How has post-racial ideology become
part of our thinking, education, and legislation?
The conference will create a lively forum for the discussion of issues
related to the conference theme, including, but not limited to the
following: AB 1070, HB 2281 and other racialized legislative attacks
on immigrants and communities of color; the legacy of the Civil War,
Plessy v. Ferguson, and Brown v. Board of Education; racism?s
intersections with gender and sexuality; Obama nation; model
minorities; assimilation; sovereignty rights; profiling; curricula in
schools; managing and marketing diversity; affirmative action;
mixed-race identity; resistance to post-racialism; patriotism,
nationalism and xenophobia; statelessness; colorblind casting;
whiteness studies; hate groups; the new genetics; race and sports;
color blind medicine and public health; social welfare policy; dual
citizenship; ethnomusicology; representations of colorblind racism in
literature and visual art; performing race.
Two-hundred-fifty-word abstracts/proposals should be submitted by
December 15, 2010, which relate to any aspect of the conference theme,
with the participant?s institutional affiliation and mailing address,
telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address. The abstract/proposal
must indicate whether the presentation is an individual paper or a
complete panel presentation and if a/v equipment is needed. Presenters
are welcome to chair other panels but may only present one paper.
Pre-arranged panels must have between 3 and 5 presenters and a chair.
Notifications for proposals will be sent during late fall 2010/early
winter 2011 via standard mail to the address provided in this form.
Presenters whose proposals are accepted must pay full conference
registration fees and 2011 NAES member dues. For more information,
click here: http://www.ethnicstudies.org/membership.htm
NOTE: A separate abstract must be submitted for each presenter (even
co-authored papers, roundtable presentations and pre-arranged panels)
with complete contact information.
For questions about the conference program, please contact:
Dr. Raúl Rubio, firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 646-557-4413; Fax: 212-265-3321