“Emerging Perspectives in Africana Studies” encompasses a wide range of topics spanning time and place, from current and historic political events, to artistic and cultural developments, and environmental change. We welcome papers on broad issues affecting Africana people in a global context, including but not limited to: language, religion, gender, culture; ethnicity; the arts/media; politics, leadership, economics, commerce; education; social justice; law; medicine & public health practices; war & terrorism; peace, conflict resolution, & security; youth, crime, & vigilante justice; changing values & norms; environment, development; rural-urban changes; immigration/migration; slavery; Post-Colonial issues; the civil war; political-economic empowerment & leadership; national reconciliation; property rights; census; etc.
To view presentations from past conferences, visit the conference homepage.
CALL FOR PAPERS
View the 2019 Call for Papers
Proposal Deadline Extended: December 14, 2018
If you don't have an account, you'll be prompted to create one before you can submit your proposal. If you're affiliated with BGSU, you can log in with your BGSU username and password.
Final papers from presenters are due one week prior to the conference. View our guide for instructions on how to upload your paper.