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ASSOCIATION 2015 CONFERENCE
THE URBAN CRISIS AND ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY
Sponsored by: College of Languages, Literature, and Social Sciences, President's Commission on Global Initiative, and Center for International Studies and Programs
The GSA of North America is pleased to announce that our 2015 conference will take place at The University of Toledo.
All presentation topics will be considered.
To submit a 100-word abstract or a panel idea, send it in the body of an email to Jerry Harris at email@example.com by May 10, 2015. Please include your full name and affiliation.
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