CALACS Congress

The CALACS Congress is held every year. The Congress showcases the research and the activities of our members and invited guests. Like CALACS itself, the Congress is interdisciplinary and open to papers and panels in many fields, covering diverse issues, of importance to the region. As well as tracks related to the theme of the Congress, there are generally many other tracks defined according to contemporary categories of research, and all are invited to present work on any aspect of Latin American scholarship. Panels are particularly encouraged, but individual papers will be considered as well.

Congress 2017 Call for Proposals- Deadline Extended to January 30, 2017

The Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) and the University of Guelph’s interdisciplinary graduate Latin American and Caribbean/International Development Studies Program (LACS/IDEV) will host the 2017 CALACS Conference June 3-4 at the University of Guelph (90km away from Toronto).

2017 Conference topic: Walls, Barriers and Mobility

Please submit half-page panel descriptions to Pascal Lupien at CALACS@uoguelph.ca by January 30, 2017.

Pages

CALACS CONGRESS 2017
Walls, Barriers and Mobility

ACÉLAC 2017: Murs, barrières et mobilité

ACELAC 2017: Muros, Barreiras e Mobilidade

ACELC 2017: Muros, barreras y movilidad

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
3-4 June 2017