[AMS-announce] CFP: Hungarian Borders, [Im]migrations, Diasporas, Long Island Univ., Brooklyn, Apr 2012

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CFP: Hungarian Borders, [Im]migrations, Diasporas, Ap 2012, LIU, Brooklyn: Am. Hungarian Educators Assoc.
The American Hungarian Educators Association (AHEA) will hold its 37th Annual Conference from April 26 through 29, 2012 on the Brooklyn campus of Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. We welcome participation by academic scholars, independent scholars, other educators, and graduate students who are devoted to the teaching, research, and dissemination of Hungarian culture, history, folklore, literature, language, fine arts, and music. 
The Program Committee invites proposals for papers, focusing on the presenters’ individual research and findings, connected with this year’s theme:
Hungarian Borders, [Im]migrations, Diasporas
Proposals must be submitted online at http://ahea.net/conferences/2012/submit-paper, or as an email attachment (Word only) no later than 31 January 2012, to the Program Committee Chairs as listed below.  The complete call for papers and more information are at the website:  http://ahea.net
Program Committee
     Cultural Studies: Louise Vasvari, louise.vasvari at stonybrook.edu
     Education:  Judith Kesseru Nemethy, jn2 at nyu.edu
     History:  Julia Bock, Julia.Bock at liu.edu and
              Peter Pastor, pastorp at mail.montclair.edu
     Literature:  Eniko M. Basa, eniko.basa at verizon.net
     Music/Folklore:  Kalman Magyar, magyar at magyar.org and
                          Judith Olson, JudyOlson at aol.com
     Science/Economics:  Susan Glanz, glanzs at stjohns.edu

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