The Americas Council provides an annual conference for presenters and participants to explore critical socio-cultural, political, economic, environmental, global, regional and national issues including the challenges and opportunities facing Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada.
WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND AND/OR PRESENT
While the focus of this conference is primarily for university/college faculty members, we are inviting graduate and undergraduate students to show case their research on the Americas.
Topics and categories of presentations on Latin America, Caribbean and Canada include: Regional Politics; Regional Economics, Trade and Business Issues; Migration and immigrants; Ecology and the Environment (e.g. earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, forest fires); Cultural Studies (including music and dance), Anthropology, Arts, Language and Literature; Sociological issues and social problems (e.g. drugs, crime, sex trafficking, poverty); Gender; Indigenous Populations; Regional, Global and other Geographical Issues; Education and Health; Science and Technology; History, Ethnographic and Archeological Science; Latin American studies and philosophy; Teaching Paradigms: Interdisciplinary and Inter-cultural Perspectives; Study abroad programs and outcomes.
We invite colleagues who are researching and teaching or otherwise interested in Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada to attend and/or present at this conference. We ask also that you encourage colleagues and students working in these areas to present.
The Americas Council, USG
University of North Georgia
Georgia State University
Georgia Southern University (Armstrong Campus)
Hosted by: University of North Georgia
The Conference co-chairs are:
George K. Danns, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, College of Arts and Letters, UNG
Donna E. Danns, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, Mike Cottrell College of Business, UNG
University of North Georgia, Gainesville Campus.
Information on abstract submission, conference registration and other information will be available soon at https://ung.edu/college-of-arts-and-letters/dev/americas-council/index.php
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