The Inter-University Program for Latino Research in co-sponsorship with The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Mexico Center, is happy to announce a call for papers for the sixth biennial Siglo XXI Conference on the Mapping of Latino Research taking place at the University of Texas at San Antonio, May 17-19, 2017. The Siglo XXI Conference will coincide with the internationally acclaimed Tejano Conjunto Festival hosted by the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
Focus areas in alphabetical order include:
Children, Youth and Families
Civic and Political Engagement
Home Country Relations
Language (Dual Language Learners, policy, use
Literature & Performance Arts
Media (Access to Technology, Images)
Work/Labor Market Participation
They encourage submission of papers and panels that address the state of knowledge about Latinos in these areas and offer proposals of research projects and methods that can lead to more comprehensive understanding of U.S. Latinos today.
Abstracts and CV should be sent by January 30, 2017 to: IUPLR-Chicago@uic.edu.
For any questions please contact Olga Herrera at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Cynthia Brito at email@example.com.