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X-Posted from H-NET List for African Literature and Cinema <H-AFRLITCINE@H-NET.MSU.EDU> From: "Garritano, Carmela J." <CJGARRITANO@STTHOMAS.EDU> _______ Date: 25 May 2010 From: Ken Harrow, email@example.com The Africana Woman Conference Committee invites undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, and community activists to submit proposals for the 2010 Africana Woman Conference, to be held September 16-18, 2010 at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. We welcome the submission of individual papers, complete sessions, workshops, and roundtables on topics relating to and affecting the Africana Woman such as: > >? Histories and Biographies > >? Literature and Poetry > >? Artistic Expression and Aesthetics > >? Education, Curriculum > >? Policies and governmental actions > >? Family and personal relationships > >? Communication > >? Health and AIDS > >? Gender and Sexuality > >? Religion and Spirituality > >? Motherhood and Family And other proposals which would uplift the Africana Woman, her partner, her family, her environment, her place in history, her creativity, and her social situation.All proposals should include a 300-word abstract with title, presenter contact information including postal address, phone number and email, and a 1-3 page resume or curriculum vitae. Organizers of complete sessions or roundtables should send in a single submission including: 200 word description of the session with title; Abstracts and resumes/CVs for each presenter; CVs for the session chair; and contact information (address, phone, email) for each participant of the session/roundtable.The submission deadline for proposals is July 15, 2010. Participants will be notified of acceptance by August 1, 2010 Please submit proposals by mail to: Africana Woman Conference c/o Temple University African American Studies 1115 Polett Walk Gladfelter 810 Philadelphia, PA 19122 Or Submit proposals by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration fee: $40.00 for faculty and professionals; $10.00 for students and community members. Checks and Money Orders should be written to "AYA" and sent to Africana Woman Conference c/o Temple University, African American Studies, 1115 Polett Walk, Gladfelter 810, Philadelphia, PA 19122.