The Building a Land Ethic Conference is calling for proposals:
“The 2017 Building a Land Ethic Conference will be taking place Thursday, June 22nd through Saturday, June 24th. We are now accepting proposals for concurrent sessions in the following categories:
- Engaging Thinking Communities
- Land Ethic Youth Education
- Leopold and Higher Education
- Working Toward Land Health
- The Art of Leopold
- The Science of Leopold
- Leopold and Leadership
- Creating an Inclusive Land Ethic
Concurrent session presenters will also pick between a 10-minute “bright spot” presentation, a 45-minute traditional presentation, or a 90-minute hands-on presentation, which allows for lots of flexibility and creativity with sessions.
Proposals are due no later than March 15, 2017. For more information or to submit a proposal, visit our “Call for Session Proposals” page. You can follow along with the latest conference news and announcements on our Facebook event page.
We hope that you will consider submitting a presentation proposal and will help spread the word to friends or colleagues who may be interested.”
2017 Regional Graduate Liberal Studies Conference
Hosted by East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, Tennessee
April 7-8, 2017
Call for proposals: The 2017 GLS Conference is open to proposals from faculty, students, and alumni in any area of graduate liberal studies, including but not limited to any relevant cultural, historical, or contemporary issues. Proposals will be accepted for papers, media presentations, roundtable discussions of ongoing research, and pre-arranged panels. Please include your full name, graduate program affiliation and institution, title of presentation, phone number, e-mail and mailing address with your proposal. Proposals for individual presentations of papers or demonstrations must be a maximum of 500 word abstracts; individual presentations will be approximately 20 minutes long. Proposals for roundtable discussions and pre-arranged panels must include a proposal from each panel member of approximately 300 words, plus one summary group proposal of approximately 100 words. Discussions and panels will be 30 minutes long.
Deadline for abstract submission is January 16, 2017 and all submissions must be sent to: email@example.com. Click here for more information.
The Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies is extending a wonderful opportunity to graduate students for the upcoming 2017 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference!
“The Center for Renaissance Studies’ annual graduate student conference, organized and run by advanced doctoral students, has become a premier opportunity for emerging scholars to present papers, participate in discussions, and develop collaborations across the field of medieval, Renaissance, and early modern studies in Europe, the Americas, and the Mediterranean world.”
You can find more information here!
DePaul’s English Graduate News Source, Ex Libris, has news of an exciting opportunity!
Glassworks, Rowan University’s graduate literary magazine, is open for submissions! Glassworks is looking for fiction, poetry, nonfiction, craft essays, art, and new media.
You can find more information and submit online through Decmber 15th at rowanglassworks.org.
The halls of academe pulse with traditions stretching back to the Middle Ages, leading some critics to view it as a change-resistant monolith. But tradition in and of itself is neither binding nor blinding and, in its best form, is an energizing force for transformation. Furthermore, many of today’s most vexing cultural concerns stand at the nexus between tradition and transformation, as differing interpretations of the past and differing visions for the future compete to achieve dominance. During the 2016 AGLSP conference, therefore, we will explore the dynamic interplay between these two very important forces – tradition and transformation – in the arts, the humanities, the sciences, and the social sciences.
We invite papers that examine various disciplines’ traditions or that explore the radical, or even subtle, transformations unfolding within and across disciplines. Of particular interest are proposals that consider how interdisciplinary perspectives inform both tradition and transformation, not only within academia but also within cultures, communities, and world at large. Engage in lively discussions as we seek to honor tradition while not being bound by it, as we embrace change while preserving the best of our past, and as we engage new forms of learning made possible through emergent technologies. Join us in Oklahoma City, where a pioneering tradition is transforming the urban landscape.
Proposals must be submitted in writing and should be a maximum of 250 words. Proposals are due May 31, 2016 and must be submitted using the online form linked at the AGLSP conference page. Notifications of acceptance will occur by June 3, 2016. Chosen presenters should expect to prepare a 20-minute presentation to be delivered in person at the conference in October.
Proposals due May 31, 2016 – www.aglsp.org
Palaver is UNCW’s online interdisciplinary journal housed in the Graduate Liberal Studies Program.
We are asking for creative or academic* submissions that defy the confines of a single discipline and have asccessible language.
We were recently named on of Flavorwire’s top ten hybrid magazines to follow.
Click here to reach our guidelines and submit your work!
*Written academic submissions should be typed, double-spaced, and follow MLA guidelines. Due to the volume of submissions Palaver receives, we ask that academic pieces run no longer than twenty-five pages. Palaver does not accept previously published work, be it print or online.
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