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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 94/05 - Conference Call for Papers: The Changing Demographics of US Society
Fecha:Jueves, 17 de Noviembre, 2005  11:32:22 (-0300)
Autor:Centro Humboldt <humboldt @...........ar>

CeHuNews 94/05
 

Conference Call for Papers:  The Changing Demographics of US Society

8th & 9th May 2006

 

Hosted and Organized by:

University of London’s Institute for the Study of the Americas

And

The British Library’s Eccles Centre for American Studies

 

The Institute for the Study of the Americas at University of London’s School of Advanced Study, and The Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library invite papers for a multidisciplinary conference on ‘The Changing Demographics of US Society’.

 

Proposals are welcome from all disciplinary perspectives.  Papers might address topics including, but not limited to:

**regional population and economic changes and their impact;

**the impact of changing demographics on politics;

**new immigration shifts, and the impact of new immigration;

**the greying of America;

**the enduring significance of race and ethnicity;

**borderland populations, lives and literatures. 

 

A selection of the conference papers will be included in a volume edited by Iwan Morgan and Philip Davies, published by The Institute for the Study of the Americas Press (distributed by Brookings Institution Press in the US). 

 

Keynote speakers:

William Frey, University of Michigan Population Studies Center

And Rhodes Cook, leader in US political opinion polling

 

Accommodation will be provided for one night for UK- and Europe-based speakers, and four nights for trans-Atlantic-based speakers, or a comparable contribution to defray conference costs. 

 

Deadline for proposals: Monday, 12 December 2005

 

Proposals (maximum length four pages, including a short c.v.) should be emailed to: Iwan.Morgan@sas.ac.uk and Philip.Davies@bl.uk.  Please contact us for further information.

  


Professor Philip Davies

Eccles Centre for American Studies

The British Library, London

(+44) 207 412 7551

www.bl.uk/collections/americas/american.html

 

Professor Iwan Morgan

Institute for the Study of the Americas

School of Advanced Study

University of London

 (+44) 207 862 8647

www.americas.sas.ac.uk