External Opportunities

This information is provided as a service to the Latinx community of scholars. Please see below for the latest opportunities external to the association. For enquiries, please contact the advertising organization directly.


Call for Papers

Journal of Education Human Resources
Special Issue: Pushing the Boundaries of Social Justice: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations of School Finance Equity for Human Resources.

For more information visit: https://www.utpjournals.press/journals/jehr/cfp1.  Submission Information: Those interested in contributing to this special issue should submit a 1000-word proposal by August 1, 2021. A proposed title, a list of keywords, and a list of references should accompany the proposal – please note these items are not included in the 1000-word limit. All submissions must be submitted electronically to the special issue editors via email (see contact information below).  After initial review, the guest editors will invite select authors to submit their original articles for peer review. Final papers should consist of roughly 6,000-7,000 words (Excluding Title, Abstract, References, Appendices).

Abstract submission deadline: August 1, 2021;  Invitations to submit manuscripts: September 1, 2021

Full-length manuscript submission: December 1, 2021; Special issue publication date: April 1, 2022

Editor's Contact Information: (Editor) Davíd G. Martínez, PhD, University of South Carolina [email protected]; (Associate Editor) Joshua Childs, PhD, University of Texas at Austin, [email protected]


The free and virtual University of Pittsburg's LatinxConnect Conference (October 14-16, 2021) will bring together students, educators, community leaders, and political advocates to dialogue about Latinx identities and contemporary and historical issues faced by the Latinx community. LatinxConnect is organized and sponsored by a grassroots transdisciplinary and cross-institutional group of educators and community leaders based in Pittsburgh. 


Proposals: 
Virtual session proposal submission from students, educators, professionals, researchers, and community members who serve, uplift, and support the Latinx community are welcomed.

Session proposals can be either workshop or panel discussion format and should include learning objectives or key takeaways to help attendees better understand and engage with diverse Latinx communities and salient contemporary issues affecting the Latinx community.

Submit A Proposal

Proposal Guidelines

Reserve your virtual ticket! Register here.

The priority deadline to submit a proposal is Friday, August 27th. Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis as presentation slots become available.

Workshop and Panel Discussion submissions will be organized into the following tracks: 
  1. Identities and intersectionality
  2. Social services and community resources
  3. Human rights, social justice, advocacy, and activism
  4. Healthcare systems and services
  5. Migration and transnational Latinx connections
  6. Education through the lifespan
  7. Employment, income, and social mobility
  8. Psychological and emotional well-being and supports
  9. Historical perspectives and contemporary connections
  10. Art and culture 

Questions? Contact [email protected]


The International Association for the Study of Popular Music-United States chapter (IASPM-US) invites proposals for its annual conference, which will take place in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan on May 26-28, 2022. We welcome abstracts for individual papers, organized panels, roundtable discussions, and alternative (non-paper) presentations on all aspects of popular music, broadly defined, from any discipline or profession. We especially encourage submissions on the many rich popular music histories of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and Detroit.

The theme for this year’s conference “Grooves and Movements” intersects with Detroit and its storied place in rhythm and blues, rock, punk, hip-hop, and electronic dance music, and is intended to connect the histories, philosophies, and practices of urban spaces to other historical and global popular music communities.

Submission Instructions:
Please submit proposals here no later than midnight (EST) October 15, 2021. Individual presentations may last up to 20 minutes with a 10-minute question and answer period. Roundtables and organized panels can be allotted up to a two-hour time slot. Abstracts not adhering to the word count will not be considered.

For more information about the conference, including featured events, membership requirements, and detailed submission procedures please visit the full Call for Proposals.

For any questions, please contact [email protected] 


Advance CTE, with support from ECMC Foundation, is launching a new,17-month Fellowship dedicated to addressing a shortage of state postsecondary CTE leaders and equity barriers to leadership advancement for populations historically underrepresented in postsecondary CTE, particularly leaders of color. 

 

The Postsecondary State CTE Leaders Fellowship at Advance CTE — Sponsored by ECMC Foundation (ECMCF) aims to remove barriers and provide comprehensive support for experienced professionals, particularly professionals of color, to pursue leadership paths in state postsecondary CTE. 


Additional details about the Fellowship structure and eligibility can be found on our Advance CTE’s Fellowship web page or the attached informational flyer. Our goal is to have a racially diverse applicant pool and for most of participating Advance CTE ECMCF Fellows to be professionals of color.


Applications will be received through September 15, 2021, and the first cohort will be announced in October 2021. 

 


 

Call for Papers
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HISPANIC AND LATINO STUDIES
National Virtual Conference
February 14-19, 2022

Abstracts, not to exceed two (2) pages, should be submitted that relate to any aspect of the Hispanic and Latino experience. Subjects may include, but are not limited to: immigration, migrant workers, interracial marriage, education challenges for the non-documented, community crime, health care, discrimination, impact of Affordable Care Act, reducing racial/ethnic gaps, children and families, Dream Act, and other topics. Please indicate the time required for presentation of your paper (25 minutes OR 45 minutes).

ABSTRACTS WITH TITLE OF PAPER, PRESENTER’S NAME, HOME AND INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION ADDRESS AND E-MAIL SHOULD BE POSTMARKED BY: Saturday, November 13, 2021.

Send abstracts to:

NAAAS & Affiliates
PO Box 545
Westbrook, ME 04098-0545
Telephone: 207/856-2500
Fax: 207/856-2800
Email: [email protected]
www.NAAAS.org