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Call for Papers - SYMPOSIA IRANICA: First Biennial Iranian Studies Graduate Conference
SYMPOSIA IRANICA: First Biennial Iranian Studies Graduate Conference
Hosted by the University of St Andrews, 13-14 April 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS: Symposia Iranica invites proposals for papers that relate to any aspect of Iranian studies.
These include (but are by no means limited to): literature, political science, philosophy, archaeology, religions and theology, geography, historiography, sociology, anthropology, music, history of art, architecture, international relations, education, history, linguistics, Diaspora studies, new media and communication studies, film, and the performing arts. Interdisciplinary papers are also very welcome.
Submissions are welcomed from the following:
1. final year undergraduates
2. postgraduates (enrolled)
3. doctoral candidates
4. post-docs (subject to graduation between 2009-12)
All abstracts are subject to double-blind peer-review. Deadline for
submissions: November 30th, 2012
For details on the conference, prizes, & more, please visit: http://www.symposia-iranica.com
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‘Iranian Nationalism and the European Enlightenment’, Chaired by Prof. Ali
M. Ansari, University of St Andrews
‘The Art and Architecture of Islamic Iran’, Chaired by Prof. Robert
Hillenbrand, University of Edinburgh
‘The Hagiography and Historiography of Iran’, Chaired by Prof. Charles Melville, University of Cambridge
Early Career Scholars Q&A
Also, there will be a session featuring academics, publishers, funding
bodies, and leading early career scholars who will share their experiences
and answer your questions on how to develop a successful academic career in
Iranian studies and academia generally. Questions may be submitted in
advance to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details will be released in November.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of Iran Heritage Foundation, the
Soudavar Memorial Foundation, I.B.Tauris, and the University of St Andrews.
Deadline for submission: 30 November 2012