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Re: CFP: BLACKS AND ASIANS ENCOUNTERS THROUGH TIME AND SPACE

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  • Djehuti Sundaka
    Message 1 of 1 , May 3, 2001
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      Bruce Janz wrote:

      > Forwarded from H-Ideas
      >
      > Bruce Janz
      >
      > ***
      >
      > Date: Wed, 2 May 2001
      > From: Chris Loken-Kim
      > Boston University
      > <lokenkim @...>
      >
      > CALL FOR PAPERS
      >
      > BLACKS AND ASIANS ENCOUNTERS THROUGH TIME AND SPACE
      >
      > AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
      >
      > BOSTON UNIVERSITY
      >
      > APRIL 12-14, 2002
      >
      > The African American Studies Program at Boston University invites
      > proposals
      > for individual papers and complete panels on all aspects of the global
      > encounter of peoples of Asian and peoples of African descent from
      > antiquity
      > to the present. We seek to convene an interdisciplinary international
      > assembly of scholars interested in exploring how the peoples of Africa
      > and
      > Asia and their Diaspora have interacted with each other and impacted the
      > development of the modern world. We welcome proposals on all aspects of
      > this historic encounter including presentations that explore the social
      > and
      > cultural construction of collective identities such as Asian, Black,
      > Japanese, and Indian as well as those that examine the nature of
      > interethnic, interracial, intercultural, and international exchanges
      > among
      > blacks and Asians. Proposals may focus on a single geographic area,
      > such as Japan or the United States, may be comparative in perspective,
      > or may adopt a global framework.
      >
      > Please send a 250 word abstract together with a current curriculum vita
      > to
      > Ronald K. Richardson, Director, African American Studies, Boston
      > University, 138 Mountfort Street, Brookline, MA. 02446. You may submit
      > by email at lokenkim@ bu.edu. To be considered proposals must be
      > received no later than October 15, 2001.
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