Encuentro 2018 is a convening to exchange ideas with fellow practitioners and advocates for Latin@ historic preservation that will be held April 26-28, 2018 in Providene, RI. Latin@s in Heritage Conservation invites proposals for posters on historic preservation as it relates to Latin@ peoples and sites across the United States, with a specific emphasis on the Northeast. Students are especially encouraged to submit proposals.
The Poster Session is a format to share case studies in Latin@ historic preservation. It offers an alternative for presenters eager to share their work and can be especially useful for works-in-progress, students seeking feedback, or first time conference attendees. It will be held on Friday, April 27, 2017 at the Roger Williams University Downtown Campus.
A site connected to Latin@ history that has been saved or lost.
A site connected to Latin@ history that has been designated, preserved, adapted, and/or reused or that is being considered for designation, preservation, adaptation, and/or reuse.
An example of historic preservation used for raising cultural awareness in the Latin@ community.
All submissions must be sent via email to email@example.com with the subject line “Encuentro 2018 poster” by 11:59pm CDT Janaury 5, 2018. In your email, please include:
Contact information, including participant(s)’ name(s), address(es), email(s), phone number(s), and affiliation(s), and a brief explanation of needs.
An abstract of no more than 300 words (including title) that explains and promotes the case study.
A one-page C.V. or resumé for each participant.
Include a simple one- or two-page visual mock-up of the display (e.g., created in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop, Illustrator, Publisher, etc. and saved as a PDF).
You will receive a confirmation email within three business days. You will receive notification of whether or not your proposal has been accepted by January 31, 2018.
More information can be found at www.facebook.com/latinoheritageconservation.
Sarah Zenaida Gould, Co-Chair, Latin@s in Heritage Conservation