The Eighth National Conference of the National Coalition of Independent Scholars
Scholars Without Borders
The National Coalition of Independent Scholars and Princeton Research Forum
Princeton, New Jersey
June 16-18, 2006
CALL FOR PAPERS
The program committee invites submissions for panels or individual presentations on participants’ research interests and/or methodologies as independent scholars.
Special emphasis for this conference is on transcending the borders encountered in independent scholarship, such as those that divide
1) academic disciplines
3) scholarly and popular writing/publishing
5) vocation and avocation, etc.
Deadline for submissions is November 30, 2005.
Prospective participants should submit
1) an abstract (up to 250 words)
2) a brief c.v. (one page maximum)
E-mail submission preferred, by attachment or in the text, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, send by regular mail to NCIS, P.O. Box 5743, Berkeley, CA 94705, attention: Program Committee
Poster Session: This year’s conference will include a new feature, a poster session on “Strategies and Tools for Independent Scholarship” during our opening Friday night reception. If you have a good technique for:
-gaining access to libraries and archives
-marketing your work, etc.
please submit a one-page proposal for a 3X4 poster board display (we supply board and double-stick tape). E-mail to email@example.com by February 15, 2006 (alternatively, mail to Princeton Research Forum, 301 North Harrison Street, Box 222, Princeton, NJ 08540). For more information on the poster session, visit www.princetonresearchforum.org.
The National Coalition of Independent Scholars (NCIS) was formed in 1989 to facilitate the work of independent scholars and gained non-profit, tax-exempt status in 1991. Now international in membership and scope, NCIS establishes links with, and supports, independent scholar groups in the United States and abroad.
NCIS is unique among scholarly organizations in its multi-disciplinary nature, with members in the humanities, sciences, and arts. Members share a concern for the production of fine scholarship and for issues that affect scholars working outside of an institutional setting, including: access to research libraries, archives, and other scholarly resources; equal consideration in competition for grants and fellowships; inclusion in the scholarly review process and the making of research policies.
NCIS created and manages the H-Net discussion list H-Scholar. For more information about the organization, visit the website http://www.ncis.org
c/o National Coalition of Independent Scholars
P.O. Box 5743
Berkeley, CA 94705
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