2006 CHASA Colloquium
Montgomery College - Takoma Park/Silver Spring
Saturday, April 1, 2006
8:30am to 2:00 pm

"Emerging Scholars, Emerging Scholarship"


Colloquium Schedule:

8:30-9:00 - Continental Breakfast, Resource Center Lobby

9:00-9:15 - Opening Plenary Session - Resource Center Auditorium (Room 204)

9:30-10:45– Concurrent Breakout Sessions (MP = Math Pavillion, RC=Resource Center)

Session One: “Consumption, Accumulation and Cultural Power” MP 140


Session Two:
"Local Sitings/Sightings of Cultural Production” RC 202


Session Three:
"Rewriting/Recuperating Cultural Narratives" MP 144

10:45– 12:00– Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Session Four: "Cultural Production: "There are Other Stories to Tell" MP 140

Session Five: "Memory, History and Place” MP 143

Session Six: "Emerging Scholars, Emerging Scholarship: Consumption, Identities and Learning" RC 202

12:00-1:00 Lunch RC Atrium and RC 202
Winners of the Undergraduate and Graduate Paper Competitions will be announced immediately following lunch.

1:00-2:00 Workshop RC 202

Community-Based Learning: What's 19 th century African American Literature got to do with it?


Registration: There is no fee to attend the CHASA Colloquium. However, we ask that you submit a registration form for planning purposes! Online registration form.

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