Community Psychology & Development Conference

Posted on April 5, 2002

CALL FOR PAPERS DUE 6/15
SOUTHEASTERN ECOLOGICAL COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY & DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
THEME: Social Justice and Social Change
October 18- 20, 2002, Knoxville, TN

The Community Research and Action program at Peabody College of
Vanderbilt University invites you to join community psychology and
community development graduate students and faculty for the 2002
Southeastern Eco-Community Conference to be held in downtown Knoxville,
TN. The theme of the conference is Social Justice and Social Change.
While all faculty or professionals in community research and action are
invited, this conference is intended for graduate students in the field
of community psychology and community development to present research;
to foster meaningful collaborations with each other and attending
faculty. A special feature of this conference will be a Friday
afternoon visit to the Highlander Research and Education Center, and a
focus on its history and current programs as past and potential allies
in social action. The conference will address social justice and social
change in our communities.

Interested presenters please submit an abstract (if necessary no more
than 2 paragraphs) of your paper, poster, or panel to
secc_ab-@hotmail.com . Proposals must be received on or before
June 15, 2002. In your email please let us know of any equipment or
other accommodations that you may need. We will send you a reply to let
you know we received your proposal. Early submissions are welcomed. 3
invited keynote addresses are being planned. Dress for the conference
will be casual. Details regarding, registration cost, location and
lodging will follow. The schedule & other information will be posted at
the following website:
http://www.people.vanderbilt.edu/~douglas.d.perkins/secc.htm


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