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Conference on the Americas

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The 26th Annual Conference on the Americas will be in the Miller Learning Center to be held on February 17-18, 2023 and hosted by the University of Georgia. 

About the Conference 

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institue (LACSI), the University of Georgia (UGA), and the AU/UGA Medical Partnership are hosting the 26th annual Conference on the Americas in 2023 in Athens, GA. This conference provides a venue in which faculty and students from the University System of Georgia (USG) can engage and share their interest and expertise regarding the Caribbean, Latin America and Canada. Held annually for the past 25 years, we explore critical socio-cultural, political, economic, health, environmental, global, regional and national issues. While the focus of this conference is primarily for university/college faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to showcase their research on the Americas. 

Plenary Speakers

Registration and Abstract submission are now live.

 

Registration Fees (price does not include Eventbrite fees which will be added to the total to be paid)

Faculty and other professionals - $85 until Jan 15th, 2023; $100 from Jan 16th - February 15th, 2023; Late registration February 16th - 18th, 2023- $125

Graduate Students open until February 18th, 2023 - $50

Undergraduate Students open until February 18th, 2023 - $25

Registration fee subject to change

 

                   Register for Conference on the Americas

Submit Abstracts

View the Final 2022 Conference Program (PDF)                                                View Abstracts from the 2022 Conference Program (PDF)

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