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23rd Annual Conference on the Americas: An Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Conference

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Dr. George K. Danns & Dr. Donna E. Danns
Sociology & Economics
University of North Georgia
Martha T. Nesbitt Building - 2571 Mathis Drive Oakwood, Georgia 30566

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.
 

Sponsored by:
The Americas Council, USG
University of North Georgia
Georgia State University
Perimeter College
Georgia Southern University (Armstrong Campus)
Augusta University
 

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
George.Danns@ung.edu
(678) 717-3461

Donna E. Danns, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, Mike Cottrell College of Business, UNG
Donna.Danns@ung.edu
(678) 717-3684
 

Conference site:
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

Download the event flier by clicking here.

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