2023 draft program is out.

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If you are coming to Antigua in March, check to ensure you are on the program and we have your details correct. Many thanks to our volunteer Program Chairs, Colin Snider and David Dalton, for putting this program together. This was yeoman’s work.

Let Colin, David, and Steven know of any corrections to be made.

Below the program are some action items and important information

Action Items:

  • Check to ensure your name is on the program and all you information is correct
  • Inform Colin, David, and me if any corrections need to be made (e.g. correct spelling, institution, paper title change, etc.)
  • Panel organizers – check with your people to confirm they received this draft program
    • Let me know who did not receive it so I can add their email addresses to the list.

Request:

  • Inform Colin, David, and me as soon as possible if you will not join us in Antigua

Fair warnings:

  • There will be most likely consolidation of the program as folks decide they will not join us in Antigua. We will work to keep everyone on their initially scheduled day, but folks may end up on different panels.
  • Presenters who have not paid the conference registration fee by February 21, 2023 will be removed from the program.
    • SECOLAS policy is to ensure presenters on the official program are members in good standing who have paid conference registration fees
    • Contact me with any questions

SECOLAS

The Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS) is a non-political and non-profit association of individuals interested in Latin America established in 1953. Its objectives are the promotion of interest in Latin America, scholarly research pertaining to Latin America in all fields, and the increase of friendly contacts among the peoples of the Americas. SECOLAS is a 501(c)3 organization.