CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The deadline for submitting proposals to participate in the interdisciplinary conference on contemporary approaches to hybridity at University of Toronto (October 22-23, 2010) has been extended. The new deadline for submissions is 15 September, 2010.
This conference will provide an interdisciplinary venue where historians, anthropologists, ethicists of science and technology, political scientists, literary geographers, sociologists, and many others, can exchange their diverse understandings of and approaches to hybridity. The conference will stimulate epistemological and methodological discussions, while identifying the future directions in this evolving field. We welcome proposals for papers from scholars working across a range of fields (including literature, history, politics, cultural studies, etc.).
Established scholars and graduate students are encouraged to submit proposals for individual papers (250 words & one page CV), full panels/round table discussions (500 words & one-page CVs of all participants). Please include name, affiliation, email address, postal address, phone number and A/V requirements (if any). Please submit proposals to email@example.com.
Limited support to cover travel or accommodation costs can be available. Please indicate in your application if you have financial need and would like to be considered for partial travel/living reimbursement.
University of Toronto
Department of History
Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St George Street,
Toronto Ontario M5S 3G3 CANADA
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