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25th ESMOAS Conference on Latin America & International Relations (ESMOAS Annual Summit of the Americas Conference)

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Organization: Eugene Scassa Mock OAS Program
Event: ESMOAS Annual Summit of the Americas Conference
Categories: Comparative, Women's Studies, Miscellaneous
Event Date: 2021-11-12 to 2021-11-13 Abstract Due: 2021-10-10

In conjunction with the 25th Annual ESMOAS Conference and Competition, we are now accepting papers for our online (Zoom) conference on Latin America and International Relations OR our in-person conference on the same.  Online will be held November 12-13, In-person will be held in conjunction with the annual Collegiate Summit of the Americas Conference on November 5-6, at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas.

Papers from undergraduates, graduate students, or faculty/independent scholars are accepted.  This year's theme is "The Americas Reach Out- Exchanges of Culture, Policy, and Goods from 1492 to the Future," and is open to any papers on the history, politics, economics, or culture of the Western Hemisphere, or the Hemisphere's relationship with the rest of the world.  Select papers on international relations focused on other regions will also be considered.

Abstracts should be no more than one page (250 words).  After approval of your abstract, your full paper of no more than 25 pages must be submitted by October 29, 2021.  After that time, you will be assigned a panel and presentation time.  Please indicate your choice of in-person or online.  

Selected papers are published in a single volume through Cambridge University Scholars Press yearly; though publication of your work is not guaranteed, it is likely.  Panels are well-attended by student participants in the conference and competition being held concurrently, and is a wonderful forum for new or inexperienced presenters, as well.

Registration fees are $60/undergrad or $100/graduate or postgraduate, or $250 for a full panel of 3. 

https://www.esmoas.org

moascentral@gmail.com

Joshua Hyles