Building on 2018's 67th Annual Conference of the Center for Latin American Studies: Buen Vivir and Other Post-Development Pathways, it is a pleasure to invite all of you to continue our engagement and conversations through the 69th Annual Conference: Being On Earth: Territorios, Soundscapes, Rights and Relationships.
This conference will inspire us to explore diverse ways of belonging, learning and becoming-with our radically changing Earth. Engaging with ongoing efforts to decolonize knowledge production, we seek to cultivate conversations across boundaries with musicians, artists, activists, academics, Indigenous, and African descendant peoples in the Americas.
Conference participants will convene through academic presentations and experiential-learning workshops, including music, dance, and art. These activities will facilitate the process of co-producing knowledges that strengthen strategies and actions on socio-environmental changes, challenges, and opportunities. The conference, therefore, creates a space where participants can debate, communicate, and propose alternative paths for being on Earth, creating and strengthening existing networks and movements by bringing diverse actors together.
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The Center for Latin American Studies' 69th Annual Conference will be held at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. The conference will take place March 19-21, 2020, in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Stay tuned for the call for papers!
The Center for Latin American Studies 69th Annual Conference will be held at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. If you are traveling to Gainesville for the conference, we encourage you to review the hotel and parking information to ensure a smooth travel experience.
For the past 68 years, the Center for Latin American Studies has hosted annual conferences ranging in topic from business, Cuba, rural social movements, buen vivir, indigenous peoples, and more.