Call for Presentations

Latino/a/x Issues Conference

featuring the eSTRELLA Latin American & Latino/a/x Studies Student Research Conference

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Bowen-Thompson Student Union

The eStrella Latin American & Latino/a/x Studies Student Research Conference is an annual conference featuring original scholarship (in the form of research papers or poster presentations) and creative work (as such painting, ceramics, photography, movement, media installations, and spoken word). BGSU undergraduate and graduate students are particularly encouraged to apply.

We invite proposals for presentations on all topics related to Latin America and Latino/a/x Studies. Areas of study might include: literature & poetry, immigration & citizenship, history, politics, linguistics, ethnicity & race, environment & society, indigenous peoples & resistance, African diaspora, gender & sexuality, LGBTQ+ studies, art, music, performance, education, economics, human development, and geography.

Typically, individual presenters will be allocated 10 to 15 minutes to present in order to allow time for questions and answers at the end of the panel.  If you have any questions about the format of presentations or organization of the conference, please contact Emily Edwards at eledwar@bgsu.edu.

Tips on Abstract Writing for First-Time Conference Presenters

 

 

If you are interested in presenting, please submit your abstract:

Call for Presentations - Spanish
Call for Presentations - Spanish
Call for Presentations - English
Call for Presentations - English

Questions?  Contact Emily Edwards eledwar@bgsu.edu