The Colombian peace process is one of the momentous events in contemporary Latin America. Following its vision to disseminate and mobilize knowledge of Latin America and the Caribbean through networks and partnerships in Canada and abroad, the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) wishes to foster a deeper understanding of this complex and difficult process.
Consequently, in the context of its Annual Conference, to be held at the University of Guelph on June 3-4, 2017, CALACS will host a series of panels on all aspects of the Colombian peace process, including but not restricted to its political, historic, economic and cultural dimensions. We also encourage a comparative discussion with other peace processes in Latin America.
We invite you to submit a proposal on any topic related to the Colombian peace process or its comparative dimension, be they for a full panel or a single paper, to the Conference organizing committee. The panels on the Colombian peace process will follow the Conference's regular evaluation procedure (please visit our website: www.can-latam.org/congress/2017/home).
Questions concerning the Conference as a whole should be directed to program chair Dr. Pascal Lupien at CALACS@uoguelph.ca.
To submit a panel, please submit a half-page panel description to Pascal Lupien at CALACS@uoguelph.ca by January 30, 2017.
One-page individual paper proposals are also to be submitted to the website by January 30, 2017 (submissions can be in English, Spanish, French or Portuguese).
Please keep in mind that membership in CALACS is necessary to submit a proposal to the Conference.
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