CFP – CAA
August 30 deadline reminder for proposals for Emerging Scholars Session of Latin American Art
Open Session for Emerging Scholars of Latin American Art
Each year increasing numbers of scholars are awarded doctoral degrees in Latin American art history. This session seeks to highlight the scholarship of advanced graduate and recent Ph.D. scholars. Papers may address any geographic region, theme, or temporal period related to the study of Latin American art or art history, including Caribbean, Central American, and Latinx topics.
Proposals for participation in sessions should be sent no later than August 30 to the three co-chairs listed below. Every proposal should include the following items:
- Completed session participation proposal form (attached). Make sure your name appears as you would like it listed in the conference program and conference website. Please make sure your affiliation appears as the official, recognized name of your institution and do not list multiple affiliations.
- Paper abstract (strict 250 word maximum) in the form of one double-spaced, typed page with final title for paper at top of page. Please make sure your paper title and abstract appear exactly as you would like them published in the 2017 conference program.
- Letter explaining your interest, expertise in the topic, and CAA membership status (all participants must be current members through February 18, 2017; inactive or lapsed members will be pulled from participation by December).
- CV. Format your CV using CAA’s guidelines: http://www.collegeart.org/guidelines/arthistcv
Please see the CAA Call for Participation for detailed submission guidelines:
Georgina G. Gluzman Universidad de San Andrés
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (EBA-UFRJ)
Elisa C. Mandell
California State University, Fullerton