March 10, 2011
CFP: The Philippines and the World 9th International Conference on the Philippines at MSU
CALL FOR PAPERS, PANELS & PRESENTATIONS
ICOPHIL-9: The Philippines and the World The Ninth International Conference on the Philippines
22-25 May 2012 at Michigan State University
The Ninth International Conference on the Philippines will be held at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, USA, May 22-25, 2012. Held at approximately four-year intervals since 1980, this conference seeks to bring together specialists in all academic areas concerning the Philippines or Filipinos anywhere in the world. Within the context of disciplinary and cross-disciplinary sessions we aim to foster interdisciplinary conversations among academics, policy makers, and interested members of the global community that will bring about greater understanding of Philippine matters and address issues of importance for the future of the Philippines and Filipinos in the homeland and its diasporas. Depending upon funding, it is anticipated that some of the sessions will be internet-based to incorporate presenters located outside the United States.
We seek proposals for full panels and individual papers, as well as demonstrations of useful technologies and cultural presentations. Papers should be original works that have not been published or presented elsewhere. Most panels will run for 2 hours, with 30 minutes allocated to discussion. So in proposing panels, organizers should keep in mind a 90-minute window for all presentations, including introductions. When a panel includes a designated respondent (not required), that should also be figured within the 90 minutes of presentation. Individual papers that are not proposed as part of a panel will be scheduled within an appropriate disciplinary or problem-centered session. One or more poster sessions will also be scheduled. Innovative formats, including those utilizing social media, will be considered.
In addition to traditional disciplinary areas, papers and panels are sought on non-traditional topics and areas, such as agriculture, arts and humanities, banking and finance, criminal justice, design, education, engineering, food security, human and animal health, journalism and communications, law, literature, material culture, military affairs, music, natural resources, science and technology. All topics germane to the Philippines are welcome!
Submit panel and paper proposals by November 1, 2011 to:
Asian Studies Center
Michigan State University
East Lansing MI 48824-1035
Posted by katemw at March 10, 2011 02:26 PM