December 08, 2008
Interdisciplinary Group on Poverty & Inequality - Call for Papers
The Interdisciplinary Group on Poverty and Inequality (IGPI) seeks graduate student papers and posters for its March 6, 2009 conference: Emerging Issues in Poverty and Inequality
Students who wish to present papers or posters on any aspect of poverty or inequality, broadly defined, are invited to apply. We encourage submissions from all graduate or professional students at the University addressing individual, local, national, and global perspectives using either qualitative or quantitative methodologies.
Abstracts will be refereed, and selected participants will be notified of their acceptance in February.
Please email your abstracts or any questions to email@example.com by January 16, 2009.
The day-long conference will feature a keynote address by William Julius Wilson, panels, and poster presentations.
Posted by kpfister at December 8, 2008 09:26 AM
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