Our annual event with the Centre for Gender History, University of Glasgow returns this Autumn on 11 November 2019.
The CGIS-CGH Autumn Colloquium (formerly known as “Summer School”) will take place on Monday 11 November 2019. This year's theme is Intersubjectivity.
The programme is now available via the TORCH website: https://torch.ox.ac.uk/cgis-cgh-autumn-colloquium-on-intersubjectivity-p...
Recent historical work has explored the meanings and opportunities offered by work that explores intersubjectivity, gender and selfhood. The Centre for Gender, Identity and Subjectivity (Oxford) and the Centre for Gender History (University of Glasgow) warmly invite abstracts of 150 words from students and early career researchers working on these themes for presentation at our annual interdisciplinary autumn workshop, which will be held in Oxford on 11 November 2019. Papers should be 20 minutes long and should engage with issues related to intersubjectivity, whether as a formal paper or through a more informal exploration of a source. Exploratory papers from researchers who are near the start of new projects are particularly welcomed, as this is a great opportunity to share new ideas with others interested in intersubjectivity.
Workshop Dinner on 10 November and refreshments during the day will be funded and arranged by CGIS and catered by the Syrian Sisters.
Please send abstracts to email@example.com by 1 November and we will notify successful applicants by 5 November. Please also email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to register to attend the Colloquium.