1 Call for Papers 1 st Annual Conference of the Colombian Association for Caribbean Studies (ACOLEC) (Deadline: 31 January 2015) The Caribbean, beyond the Coasts --The Rural World Montería (Colombia), March 2015
2 1 st Annual Conference of the Colombian Association for Caribbean Studies (ACOLEC) The Caribbean, beyond the Coasts --The Rural World Montería (Colombia), March 2015 PRESENTATION Last decades have seen the consolidation of new capitalist systems of production quite distinct from traditional productive systems that were common in the rural world. Perhaps the most outstanding, in the context of the Greater Caribbean, has been the development of tourism, the so called industry without chimneys, which due to its social and cultural features has been seen as a continuation of plantation under the form of resorts. The development of tourism has deeply influenced the vision of the Caribbean as a sunny place full of beaches, five-star hotels, port sectors and container movements, tax havens. Yet, scholars and researchers have started to debunk this stereotype by showing the deleterious effects it has on the economic, historical and cultural life of the peoples inhabiting the region. Among the negative effects of viewing the Caribbean in such a way is the erasing it induces of the non-coastal Caribbean, a rich and complex place, simultaneously different and similar to the littoral Caribbean. Aware of the importance of this Caribbean beyond the coasts, on the cultural, political, geographic and economic levels, the Colombian Association for the Study of the Caribbean (ACOLEC) and Banco de la República invite national and international students, scholars, and researchers specialized on the Caribbean to participate in this international Conference: The Caribbean beyond the coasts: the Rural World to take place in Montería (Colombia), from the 25 to the 27 March 2015.
3 Objective The general purposes of this Conference are to analyze and understand the dynamics of this other Caribbean world; to understand the complex social, economic, and cultural dynamics binding together the inner Caribbean with its Coastal zones, and highlight elements that often make special and ambiguous the connection between such territories. Possible topics Traditional knowledge and wisdom, interculturality, everyday life Popular festivals, rites and cultural ways: Music, dances and gastronomy Rural social movements Rural cultural manifestations in the Caribbean: arts and literature, oral expressions Rural history and historiography. Encounters and challenges Representations of the inner Caribbean Social, cultural and economic relationships between the urban and the rural Identities Orlando Fals Borda, Participatory Action Research, and the study of the rural Caribbean Contexts, Issues and Challenges of Education in the Rural Caribbean Religion and spiritual practices Land use and productive systems; Alternative development models Tourism beyond the coasts: rural touristic experiences Biodiversity and environment Innovation and enterprising Economy, public governance and quality of life Models of sustainable and sustained development Sources, records, manuscripts and archives for the research Societies, ethnicity and gender
4 Guidelines for submission Panels proposals may include from three to five presentations (20 minutes each), although each presentation proposal will be evaluated as autonomous. Proposals may be sent in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish to both and Individual and panel proposals must include the following information: name and last name, postal address and ; academic titles, institutional affiliation; paper title, chosen topic and a paper summary. Abstracts must not exceed 500 words. Deadlines and registration fees Deadline for submission: 31 January To have the paper included in the Memories of the Event, participants should send the complete paper by the 28 February Papers should not exceed 20 pages (space and half, Times New Roman 12, in word), including bibliography. Communications of acceptance will be sent by 15 February Final program will be issued on the 20 February Registration fees Registration by the 31 January 2015: Presenters (national or international): $ pesos (80 USD) Students (national or international): $ pesos (50 USD) Attendees: Registration after the 1 st February 2015 Presenters (national or international): $ pesos (100 USD) Students (national or international): $ pesos (60 USD) Attendees: All presenters must be CSA members in good standing in order to present at the conference.
5 Contact Dr. Raúl Román Romero, Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Caribe: Dr. Jorge Enrique Elías-Caro, Universidad del Magdalena. Academic Comittee Dr. Raúl Román Romero, Universidad Nacional de Colombia Dr. Jorge Enrique Elías-Caro, Universidad del Magdalena (Colombia) Dr. Antonino Vidal Ortega, Universidad del Norte (Colombia) Msc, Muriel Vanegas Beltrán, Universidad de Cartagena (Colombia) Dra. Veronique Benei, CNRS (Francia) Dr. Enrique Camacho Navarro, UNAM (México) Dra. Mónica María del Valle, Universidad de la Salle (Colombia) Dr. Joaquín Viloria de La Hoz, Banco de la República (Colombia) Msc. Ánibal Montiel Ensuncho, Universidad de Córdoba (Colombia) Claudia Marcela Bernal, Banco de la República (Colombia) Scientific Comittee Dra. Mu-Kien Sang Ben, Univ. Católica Madre Maestra (Rep. Dominicana) Dr. Jorge Rodriguez Beruff, Universidad de Puerto Rico Dra. Diana Patricia Arias, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada (Colombia) Dr. Fabio Luis Barbosa Dos Santos, Univ. Federal de Sao Paulo (Brasil) Dr. Yopahe Thiao, Universidad de París (Francia) Msc, Daniel Gómez López, Universidad del Magdalena (Colombia) Dr. Bernardo García Díaz, Universidad Veracruzana (México) Msc, Orlando Deavila Pertúz, University of Connecticut (EE.UU) Dr. José Javier Colón Morera, Universidad de Puerto Rico Msc. Hernando Motato C., Universidad Industrial de Santander (Colombia) Organized and supported by ACOLEC Banco de la República
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