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**WE WILL CONSIDER PROPOSALS ON A WAITLIST BASIS (WITH NO GUARANTEE OF A PLACE IN THE PROGRAM) UNTIL 1 MARCH**
Individual paper proposals should consist of an abstract (200-250 words), brief biography (80-100 words), and full contact information in a single pdf for Word file.
Panel proposals should include abstracts for 3-4 papers, a brief rationale that connects the papers (100-200 words), and biographies of each participant (80-100 words) in a single pdf or Word file. Please provide full contact information for each panelist and also indicate if one of you will serve as panel chair. Successful panel proposals will include participants from more than one institution, and, ideally, represent a mix of disciplines/fields and career stages.
Proposals for a special session (Methodology Roundtable; Pedagogy Roundtable; Big Ideas) will require a longer rationale that clearly explains the purpose and format of the session and the expected benefits to participants. Biographies of and full contact information for each panelist (80-100 words) are required. Please submit your proposal in a single pdf or Word file and also indicate if one of you will serve as session chair. Successful special session proposals will include participants from more than one institution, and, ideally, represent a mix of disciplines/fields and career stages.
Proposals for poster session: We welcome proposals for Posters to be displayed in our expo area. Proposals should be on one of five topics: 1) global environments and sustainable development (particularly appropriate for undergraduate submissions); 2) model practices in global nineteenth-century studies (individual instructors and institutional programs); 3) short- and long-term study abroad and the global nineteenth century; 4) intra- and interinstitutional cooperation to advance the study of the global nineteenth century; and 5) facilitating learning among scholars from different fields. Read our suggested guidelines here
Although the working language of the conference is English, a limited number of slots will be available for presentations in Mandarin, Tamil, and Malay.
Anyone is welcome to submit a proposal. However, to appear in the program, all presenters, panel chairs, and workshop participants must be current members of the Society for Global Nineteenth-Century Studies to participate in the congress. For more information on membership, visit www.global19c.com.
Please submit proposals or direct any questions to the Program Committee: email@example.com
Get in Touch
Convenor: Kevin A. Morrison, Henan University
Michael S. Pak, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
Verónica Uribe, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Gary Chi-hung Luk, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, SAR China
Waiyee Loh, Kanagawa University, Japan
Justin Goh, National University of Singapore (postgraduate representative)