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2022 Basque Studies Symposium

Topic:
“Minority Cultures Navigating Globalization: The Basques”
@ Boise State University

[Jaialdi was also postponed to 2022]

During the symposium, we aim to explore how minority cultures generally–and Basque culture specifically–have responded to the opportunities and challenges of globalization from the earliest to recent times.

Schedule (TBD): Tentatively July 27-29, 2022 @ Boise State University

Paper proposals.While we’re exploring the elements of the Basque case, comparative studies are encouraged as well. Presenters will have approximately 15-20 minutes (depending on the number of presenters accepted). Note that apart from meals during the Symposium, we do not have the financial resources to compensate presenters.

Presenter submission form: Please cut and paste these items below into an email and submit by April 1, 2022 to johnysursa@boisestate.edu

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Name(s):

Institution/Organization/University:

Your education level:   __Undergraduate/public scholarship     __MA        __PhD

Biographical details (3 sentences maximum):

Type of presentation: ___ Paper     ___Poster

Title of paper/presentation:

Abstract (200 words max) in relation to topic:

 

Sym·po·si·um   Noun. A collection of essays or papers on a particular subject by a number of contributors; a convivial discussion.
>>For more symposium information email johnysursa@boisestate.edu