Call for Papers—The Once and Future World: Making and Breaking History

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Submissions are welcomed for the
17th Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference
To be held Thursday, March 1, 2012, Concordia University
Faculty Lounge, Hall Building, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Montreal.

We invite papers from graduate students from all areas of the humanities that will inspire, challenge, and stretch personal assumptions, academic categories, and pedagogical approaches. This conference provides an excellent opportunity to share and publicize research as well as to meet other like-minded up-and-coming academics and researchers.

This year’s theme focuses broadly on the idea of time: how identities, boundaries and traditions within cultures change and shift, the interplay of the static and fluid; how customs, ethos, social norms and philosophies are defined throughout history; and the relationship between eternity and temporality, asking how these concepts are found in religions, societies and civilizations. This theme invites and encourages discussion on history, ethics, philosophy, art, anthropology, politics, sociology, case studies, doctrine and practices and how the making and breaking of history presents across time and places, and how they impact individuals and communities.

General Call for Papers
Special Interest Panel

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