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Call for event proposals on the Americas
The Institute for the Study of the Americas (ISA), University of London, is calling for event proposals on topics relating to the Americas for the 2006-07 academic year. The successful event (a short seminar series, workshop, lecture or conference) will be held in London under the auspices of the Institute as part of its events programme (see the ISA website for a preliminary list of 2006-07 events).
The Institute hosts academic events on Latin America, the USA, Canada, the Caribbean and comparative topics, covering the disciplines of politics, history, economics, political economy, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies and literature, environment and geography, foreign policy and international relations, development, music and archaeology. Many of its events have a multi-disciplinary approach.
The Institute will provide a venue, administrative support through its Events Officer and a contribution of £1500 towards appropriate expenses (such as speaker travel, accommodation and some catering costs) for the successful event.
Event proposals should outline the theme of the event, the proposed participants and an indicative budget and be no more than two sides of A4.
Proposals should be sent to Karen Perkins at ISA on This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it by Wednesday 20 September, for consideration by the Institute’s Academic Staff Committee at its 28 September meeting. Proposals are encouraged from academic staff of UK universities.

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