Showcase your work, learn from industry leaders at the CLASP V conference

Please join the Program in Culture, Language, and Social Practice (CLASP) for their fifth conference, CLASP V, designed for students and faculty to showcase new work at no cost.

Run entirely by graduate students, CLASP V is the program's fifth multidisciplinary conference, which promotes the broad connections between culture, language and society grounded in empirical research. The conference brings together an array of national and international scholars from diverse countries and subdisciplines; it features workshops and plenary talks by leaders in the field, including Dwanna Robertson, Jonathan Rosa, Natasha Shrikant and Jack Sidnell.

CLASP V will take place Sept. 15–17 at the Wolf Law Building.