Arab migration to Latin America: migratory dynamics and their impact on societies
The International Congress of Americanists is a scientific activity of a long tradition. The first Congress was held in the city of Nancy in France, in August 25 of 1875, called by the Société Américaine de France and they have met without interruption since then. Its immediate goal: “contribuer au progrès des études ethnographiques, linguistiques et historiques relatives aux deux Amériques, spécialement pour les temps antérieurs à Christophe Colomb, et de mettre en rapport les personnes qui s’intéressent à ces études”.
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This symposium is interested in receiving proposals that include theoretical and methodological reflections, and / or case studies related to some of the following questions of analysis: causes and dynamics of the population movements from Arab countries towards Latin America; Arab diasporas in Latin America; transnational activism of Arab communities based in Latin America; elites of Arab origin and political participation in Latin American countries; Arab migration and its cultural influence in Latin America. Abstracts and papers can be submitted in English and Spanish.
Maximum 300 words
Spanish and English
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