Call for Papers: American Studies Undergraduate Student Conference. Deadline for Proposals is March 2, 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS
The American Studies Student Group at Oakland University is Proud to Announce Its Third Annual American Studies Undergraduate Student Conference
Do you LOVE your major and want a cool way to present and share your research/project with others?
The theme of our conference is “Innovation.” We seek papers and projects that treat this theme broadly as it relates to studies of America. Therefore, we invite topics that might include but are not limited to paradigm shifts, technological innovation, cultural shifts, scientific breakthroughs, artistic revolution, new media, the avant-garde, or creative exploration. We’re interested in inventive conceptions of this theme and encourage interdisciplinary analysis. We welcome presentations from all disciplines and invite a variety of points of view i.e. American music, history, art, cinema, science, journalism, anthropology, sociology, or literature.
The conference is open to undergraduate students from any major.
The AMS Student Group is a group of undergraduate students from all different majors and minors who come together and concentrate on the study of American culture broadly conceived.
Conference Date: Monday, April 6th, 2015
Place: Rooms 128-130 in the Oakland Center at Oakland University
Abstracts of no more than 500 words must be submitted by March 2, 2015. Please include your name, email address, major/minor, and title of your presentation with your submission. Please keep in mind that presentations should be 15-20 minutes long.
If you have questions or wish to submit an abstract, contact Professor Andrea Knutson (AMS Undergraduate Student Group advisor) via email at email@example.com before the deadline.
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