ETHNICITY, RACE, AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (ERIP) CONFERENCE 2022
El tema de la séptima conferencia bianual es
The theme of the 7th biannual conference is
ERIP is committed to scholarly collaboration and exchange of ideas with respect to the study of ethnicity, race, Indigenous peoples, Afro-descendants and related issues in Latin America and the Caribbean. The group seeks to promote greater participation of Indigenous and Afro-descendant scholars and intellectuals in the activities of the Latin American Studies Association and, more generally, in scholarly and academic communities.
ERIP has more than 400 members representing diverse academic disciplines, including anthropology, history, sociology, political science, linguistics, Spanish and Portuguese, geography, literature, and the law. Membership is open to all members of LASA.
About the Conference
The ERIP conference is organized by ERIP, the LASA section on Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples, Stanford University Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), the Center for Research and Higher Studies in Social Anthropology (CIESAS), and the Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies journal (LACES). The theme this year is "The Power of Discourse vs. the Discourse of Power in Indigenous and Afro-descendant Rights in the Americas". The ERIP 2022 Conference provides an opportunity for academics, graduate students, activists and practitioners in all the relevant disciplines to present panel, paper, and poster proposals on issues related to ERIP’s mission and areas of interest in the study of Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Americas. All proposals, panels, and papers will be accepted in Spanish, English, and Portuguese.
When: October 28 - 30, 2022
Where: Casa de la Universidad de California en México, CDMX, Mexico:
Del Carmen 1, Chimalistac, Álvaro Obregón, 01070 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Panel Proposal Submission Forms for ERIP 2022 Congress can be found here.
Individual Paper Proposal for the ERIP 2022 Congress can be found here.
Stanford Center for Latin American Studies
582 Alvarado Row
Stanford, CA 94305
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