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Conference on the Americas

The 24th annual Conference on the Americas is going to be held on February 19-20, 2021 at the University of North Georgia (UNG) on the Gainesville Campus in the Martha T. Nesbitt Building.

More details to come for presentation submissions and registration when announced.

About the Conference

The Americas Council provides an annual conference for presenters and participants to explore critical socio-cultural, political, economic, environmental, global, regional and national issues including the challenges and opportunities facing Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada.

While the focus of this conference is primarily for university/college faculty members, we encourage graduate and undergraduate students to showcase their research on the Americas. 

View the 23rd annual conference abstracts (PDF).

The conference is sponsored by The Americas Council, University System of Georgia (USG) and hosted by UNG represented by the College of Arts and Letters and the Mike Cottrell College of Business.

We invite you to attend and or participate in this upcoming conference!

Registration Fees: Fees will updated here when announced.

Contact Information

Program Chairs

George Danns, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, UNG
Phone: 678-717-3461 

Donna Danns, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, UNG
Phone: 678-717-3684

More Information and Resources

Event and Parking Location

Event Location 

The conference will be held on UNG's Gainesville Campus at the Marth T. Nesbitt building.

Event Parking 

There will be reserved parking near the venue. View or download the reserved parking information map (PDF) for details.

Hotel Accommodations

Hotel Information 

For hotel options for all out of town guests, here are some suggestions, though none are the official recommendations of UNG or the Americas Council:

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