CFP: Annual FACE Postgraduate Conference “Identity and Hybridity”

Call for Papers for the Annual FACE Postgraduate Conference, “Identity and Hybridity”, Hull History Centre, Thursday 1st June 2017

(PLEASE NOTE THE NEW DATE)

We are delighted to announce the first annual Postgraduate Conference of the new School of Histories, Cultures and Languages which will take place at Hull History Centre. This year’s conference aims to bring together early career researchers and PhD students within FACE to discuss new concepts of hybrid identities and challenge established theories on social identity and collective memory. Approaches the conference looks to cover are not limited to but include:

  • Identity and Mobility
  • Hybrid Identities
  • Loss and Gaining of Identity
  • Geography of Identity
  • Individual vs. Group Identity
  • Narratology of Identity
  • Gender Identity

Participants are asked to submit proposals for talks (20 min PhD level and 10 min MA level), roundtable discussions, and poster presentations. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and should include your name, subject group, year of study, contact details as well as a short introduction about your research interests. PGTS credits can be claimed for participation.

Please submit all abstracts by 10th May 2017. (PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE.)

Please let us know if you are attending the conference, in any capacity, via email by 10th May 2017 at hullhistorypostgrad@outlook.com

Hope to see you there!

The History Postgraduate Committee Conference Organisers: Charlotte Garside, Edward Mair, Samuel North and Juliane Schlag

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