DATE: Thursday, April 16 – Saturday, April 18, 2015
VENUE: Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ
This conference is held in conjunction with theGlobal Understanding Convention.
The primary theme of the fourth biennial interdisciplinary conference on race at Monmouth University is race and criminal justice throughout history and
across global societies with an emphasis on social activism and equal justice. Although the main conference theme is specifically related to race and justice, we welcome all papers on race in the U.S./global societies from a variety of disciplinary perspectives including history, anthropology, sociology, economics (and labor), education, communication studies, and cultural studies.
Proposal Guidelines: Send a 150-word abstract and title for each paper, one page curriculum vitae for each participant, and contact information for each presenter by (extended) January 9, 2015 to Maryanne Rhett at:firstname.lastname@example.org. See the full Call For Proposals for more information.
Please use the available links for more information on our invited speakers.
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