The Remarque Institute invites graduate students to submit proposals for the Futures of Intellectual History graduate student conference to take place at New York University on October 23-24th, 2015.
A recent wave of scholarship has reinvigorated Intellectual History and expanded the field beyond its traditional geographical, methodological and conceptual boundaries. Though taking place at all levels of the academy, much of this recent scholarship is the work of graduate students. Despite the vitality and breadth of their research there are few forums for advanced students working in Intellectual History to engage with each other’s work. This conference will provide such a forum.
Graduate students who are interested in participating in the conference should send a one-page proposal and a CV to email@example.com by July 13, 2015. Acceptance notices will be issued by July 18, 2015. If accepted, presentations should be sent to the conference committee by October 4, 2015 for pre-circulation. Unfortunately, funds are not available to support travel to and from the conference.
For all further inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Remarque Institute
Alexander Arnold, New York University
Justin Reynolds, Columbia University
Asheesh Siddique, Columbia University