Competitive Travel Grants available for graduate students, junior scholars, and others! CANADIAN NETWORK FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS AND CULTURE (CNPC) - Abstracts due 15 July 2013. Conference September 20-22, 2013 University of Toronto.
CNPC will hold its inaugural conference at the University of Toronto from September 20th to 22th, 2013. It will feature plenary addresses from the following Canadian-based psychoanalytic scholars: Deborah Britzman (York), Clint Burnham (SFU), Eric Cazdyn (Toronto), Judith Hamilton (clinician, Toronto), James Penney (Trent), Alan Pero (Western), Jeanne Randolph (Manitoba), Mari Ruti (Toronto), and Clive Thomson (Guelph; and clinician, Toronto).
In addition, we are soliciting 300 word abstracts for papers related to the
theme of “The Freudian Legacy Today”. We encourage submissions from
clinicians, graduate students, and both established and junior scholars.
We warmly welcome submissions from scholars and clinicians based
outside of Canada.
We hope to make this conference a semiannual event.
Abstract Deadline: 15 July, 2013.
Please submit your abstract as a PDF attachment and include the title of your proposed presentation, your name, and contact details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The SSHRC Connections program has provided financial support for the event, which includes funds to cover travel expenses for graduate students, junior scholars, and others. The funds will be allocated on a competitive basis. Please indicate if you wish to be considered.
CANADIAN NETWORK FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS AND CULTURE (CNPC)/ RÉSEAU CANADIEN POUR LA PSYCHANALYSE ET LA CULTURE (RCPC)
Dina Georgis, University of Toronto
Sara Matthews, Wilfrid Laurier University
James Penney, Trent University
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