“Black Woman and the Radical Tradition”: National Conference, March 28,
The Graduate Center for Worker Education and the Departments of Africana
Studies and Political Science, Brooklyn College, CUNY call for papers and
participation in a national conference honoring and examining the
tradition of 20th century radicalism among black woman and the impact of
that tradition across social movements, both national and international.
We welcome individual presentations/papers and proposals for panels from
any of the social science disciplines, including law. Interdisciplinary
and multimedia approaches will also be considered. The Conference is
scheduled for March 28, 2009 at the Graduate Center, City University of
New York, located at 34th Street and 5th Avenue.
Featured speakers include: Angela Davis, Manning Marable, Genna Rae
McNeil, Bill Fletcher, Leith Mullings, Mary-Louise Patterson, Erik
McDuffie and Gerald Horne.
Proposals should be no longer than 350 words in length, along with
providing the presenter’s name, title, institutional affiliation (if
applicable), address, phone number and email address. Please send papers,
panel proposals and correspondence to:
Professor Joseph Wilson
Submissions may be considered for subsequent publication.
Proposal deadline: January 9, 2009
Submission deadline: March 9, 2009