Call for Proposals: Policing, Protesting, and Perceptions: A Critical Examination of the Events in Ferguson

October 16, 2014 at 9:20 pm Leave a comment

The University of Missouri Law Review is seeking proposals for an upcoming Works-in-Progress conference to be held on February 26, 2015 and to be held in conjunction with the Law Review’s Symposium: Policing, Protesting, and Perceptions: A Critical Examination of the Events in Ferguson, the following day. Proposals should be related to the number of issues that arose from the events in Ferguson, Missouri this past August following the shooting of Michael Brown and can include analyses that are practical, theoretical or interdisciplinary.

To submit a proposal, send a a one page presentation proposal to Professor S. David Mitchell at by November 15, 2014.

For more information, click here.

Topics: Calls for Papers; Conferences and Symposia.


Entry filed under: Calls for Papers, Conferences and Symposia.

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