The Association for the Study of Modern Italy Post-Graduate Summer School 2012 (in collaboration with the Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies, University College London)
28th – 29th June 2012
CALL FOR PAPERS
We welcome proposals from postgraduates for papers on any aspect of Modern Italian culture, history, politics or society from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century and from any academic discipline. Papers can be in English or Italian and should be no more than 20 minutes in length.
This year’s postgraduate event, held at University College London, will run over two days. Postgraduates will present their papers in panel sessions and then receive feedback from senior scholars and junior colleagues in a welcoming and supportive environment.
The summer school will also include:
A training session on publishing and editing a journal article run by Professor John Foot (University College London) and Dr Phil Cooke (University of Strathclyde), editors of Modern Italy
A keynote talk by Professor Stephen Gundle (University of Warwick) on re-thinking Italian post-war cultural history
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send an abstract (max 300 words) and a short biography to the conference organizers at the email address provided below by Friday 27th April 2012.
The summer school is free for all members of ASMI, including those who register on the day. A limited number of travel grants will be available.
For more information contact the organizers at: email@example.com
Or visit: www.asmi.org.uk
Pamela Schievenin (Queen Mary, University of London), Patrick McGauley (University College London), Gian Paolo Ghirardini (University of Reading), Luca Malici (University of Birmingham), Professor John Foot (University College London)
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