Graduate Workshop on National Identity and Public Policy in Comparative Perspective
Proposals are sought from current doctoral students for participation in an weekend-long graduate student workshop on issues related to identity formation and public policy. The workshop will provide an opportunity for intensive exchange among graduate students and a select group of faculty mentors from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds in the social sciences, regional studies, and modern history.
The workshop will take place at Princeton University, Sept 31-Oct. 1. Accommodations will be provided and transportation costs partly reimbursed.
Participants should have completed some portion of fieldwork by the time of the workshop. Projects limited to research on the United States and projects which do not involve fieldwork cannot be considered. In addition, all proposals must address a contemporary policy issue.
Participants will be expected to submit, by September 1, a written basis for substantive discussion. Proposals up to 1,000 words are due by May 15, 2000.
More information and a cover sheet for submissions are available at our website listed below.
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