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CACE 2015 will be Feb. 10-11

You’ll have a chance to discuss everything from public health to film, to Hip Hop and literature, to systemic inequalities and their solutions.

The Conference on African American & African Diasporic Cultures & Experience (CACE 2015) will be held on February 10 and 11 in UNCG’s Elliot University Center. The theme will be “African American and African Diaspora Studies: Then and Now.”

Register to attend for free online, and encourage all your students, friends and colleagues to do the same.

It is hosted by UNCG’s African American and African Diaspora Studies Program, which has garnered national recognition as one of the top 10 programs of its kind in the country, according to productivity rankings released by Academic Analytics.

This conference will feature research from a variety of disciplines by undergraduate and graduate students from UNCG and universities around the country. The conference schedule, which includes detailed information about the panels is available online.

CACE 2015 will kick off with two panels at 6 p.m. and a Poetry Cafe at 7 p.m. on Feb. 10. Panel discussions will resume on Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Panels include:
The Power of Language in Resistance
The Case for Black Nationalism
Race & Gender
Representations of Black Sexuality & Health
Representations of Black Women
Black Gender Representation & Sexual Identity
Black Religion & Theology
Experiences in the International African Diaspora
Haunting & Trauma
The Butler
Multiracial Identity & Experience
Black Identity
Participatory Budgeting
Systemic Inequality
Black Masculine Identity.

Questions? Email aads@uncg.edu.