Call for papers: Representing Citizenship

The Center for the Study of Citizenship at Wayne State University conference, Representing Citizenship, will be held at Wayne State’s Detroit campus on 26 – 28 March 2009.

Distinguished philosopher Wil Kymlicka, (Queens University, Ontario, Canada), will serve as the conference’s keynote speaker.

The Center invites proposals for papers, panels, poster sessions, artistic displays, and performances that examine citizenship and representation, from the political and legal to the literary and artistic.

We invite presentations from any time period or geographic area from among and across the widest range of disciplines, including but not limited to literature, political science, history, anthropology, law, communications, sociology, economics, geography, medicine, film studies, and the fine arts.
Abstracts limited to 300 words for individual papers and posters; panel proposals limited to a 250-word panel abstract, including panel title, and a 300-word abstract for the individual papers.

Please submit abstracts on the Center’s website.

Marc W. Kruman
Center for the Study of Citizenship
Wayne State University
3094 Faculty Administration Building
(313) 577-2525
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