Chicana/o Studies in Tejas: Transforming our Communities
Northwest Vista College in San Antonio, TX
February 20-22, 2014
About the Conference
Chicana/o Studies is a field of study that provides students with a comprehensive education. However, some institutions continue to remain reluctant to embrace such programs thus adding to the negations and negotiations within this vital institutional space. The 2014 NACCS Tejas Foco Conference wishes to provide spaces where teachers, students, researchers, creative writers, artists, activist, and grassroots leaders can come together to produce and promote ideas and knowledge about how Chicana/o Studies can continue to build stronger foundations within the Culture of Higher Education.
Call for Papers
NACCS 2014 Tejas Foco Call For Papers:
The NACCS 2014 Tejas Foco Conference Committee invites proposals for papers, panels, exhibits, roundtable, film screenings, and/or creative pieces that will share and/or
examine areas of concern and/or positivity that are housed within the Culture of Higher Education. Examples of panels for this conference are: The Arts Community within Chicana/o Studies; Gender, Sexuality, and the LGBTQ Community within Chicana/o Studies; The Dream Act and Chicana/o Studies; Texas Institutional Violence and Chicana/o Studies; and Community Activism and the 21st Century Classroom.
Please submit a proposal that includes:
The Title of the presentation
Type of Presentation (roundtable, panel, individual paper, etc)
A 150 word abstract describing content of presentation
Full Contact information for all presenters (name, Institution affiliation, address, email, phone)
Deadline is November 30, 2013
Submit proposal electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 30, 2013.