"The Constitutional Convention," our second annual interdisciplinary workshop for college instructors, will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, from July 6 to 11, and will be offered in association with Emory University and the Georgia Humanities Council. Professor Sally Hadden of Florida State University will lead the workshop, along with faculty members from Emory Law School. *APPLICATIONS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN APRIL 11.* For more information on the workshop and the application process, please visit our website: http://docs.law.gwu.edu/ics/
This annual workshop is designed for college-level instructors who now teach or plan to teach undergraduate courses in constitutional studies, including constitutional history, constitutional law, and related subjects. All college-level instructors are welcome to apply, including adjuncts and part-time faculty members, from any academic discipline associated with constitutional studies (history, political science, law, anthropology, sociology, literary criticism, etc.). Preference will be given, however, to applicants from the Southeast region of the United States and those who teach at liberal arts colleges. Participants will receive a modest stipend and some travel expenses, and will be provided with dormitory housing during the workshop.
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