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November 30, 2011

2012 IREX/WWC Regional Policy Symposium

Grant Opportunity for Graduate/PhD Students, Pre-Tenure Faculty, Scholars, and Professionals

2012 IREX/WWC Regional Policy Symposium:
TRANSNATIONAL CRIME AND CORRUPTION IN EASTERN EUROPE AND EURASIA

IREX, in collaboration with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars’ Kennan Institute (WWC), is pleased to announce its 2012 Regional Policy Symposium, “Transnational Crime and Corruption in Eastern Europe and Eurasia.”

The research symposium, supported by the United States Department of State (Title VIII Program), will bring American junior and senior scholars and members of the policy community together to examine and discuss transnational crime and corruption in Eastern Europe and Eurasia from multi-disciplinary perspectives. Topics may include: organized crime, corruption, human trafficking, drug trafficking, illicit trade, terrorism, cyber crime, financial crime and environmental crime, among others.

Junior scholars will be chosen based on a national competition to present their current research on the topic of the Symposium. Grants will be awarded to approximately ten junior scholars.

The Symposium is scheduled to take place April 18-20, 2012 in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area and will involve two full days of reviews of current research projects, roundtable discussions, and the dissemination of research results to the policy community through a networking event.

Technical Eligibility Requirements:
*Applicants must be US citizens
*Applicants must either be currently enrolled in an MA, MS, MBA, JD, or PhD program or have held a graduate degree for 10 years or less. Applicants who hold an academic post must be pre-tenure.

Grant Provisions:
*Round-trip airfare (provided by IREX through its travel office) and/or surface transportation from anywhere in the United States to the symposium site.
*Meals and accommodations for the duration of the symposium.

Application Deadline: December 9, 2011

To receive more information on the 2011 Regional Policy Symposium, please send e-mail inquiries to symposium@irex.org or visit the program webpage: http://www.irex.org/project/regional-policy-symposium

Application materials are available on the IREX website at: http://www.irex.org/application/regional-policy-symposium-application

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November 16, 2011

American Institute for Yemeni Studies: Research Fellowships for Citizens of Yemen 2011-2012

American Institute for Yemeni Studies: Research Fellowships for Citizens of Yemen 2011-2012

Fellowships provide: Funds for research--related expenses of original research or field study by Yemeni scholars. Funds are for research conducted in Yemen.

Eligibility: Applicants must show qualifications for undertaking the project described in the proposal. An advanced degree is not a requirement, nor is fluency in English. However, the application cover form must be submitted in English.

Award: The maximum amount that can be awarded to any one project under this fellowship competition is $2000.

For Applications: In Yemen contact Stephen Steinbeiser, J.D. American Institute for Yemeni Studies. P.O. Box 2658, Sana'a, Yemen. Tel.: (967-1)-278-411. aiysyem@y.net.ye. Citizens of Yemen temporarily in the U.S. should address requests and completed applications to the U.S. office in Ardmore (contact information below).

Examples of Past Fellowship Projects:
-1998-1999: Dr. Mushin 'Umar Qanzal, Improving the Qualities of the Wheat Varietals Grown in teh Republic of Yemen
-1999-2000: Abd al-Hakim Tahir al-Hamdani, Women's Inheritance, Between Text and Practice
-2001-2002: Shawqi M.A. Hameed, The Yemeni Plastic Arts Movement
2002-2003: Dr. Abdullah G.N. Al-Mikhlafi, The Special Investment in Economical Improvement Policies in Yemen: Obstacles and Solutions

AIYS fellowships are funded by a grant from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State.

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November 11, 2011

AIYS Fellowship Program for Research

AIYS Fellowship Program for Research

The American Institute for Yemeni Studies announces a fellowship competition for U.S. citizens who wish to conduct research on Yemen in places other than Yemen. The competition has strict eligibility requirements that must be met. Before inquiring about the fellowship program, please be sure that you meet the requirements in which you are interested. The fellowship program is described in detail on the AIYS website, ; the deadline for applications is December 31, 2011

Competition for U.S. Scholars--2011-2012 Competition

Support for this program comes from a grant from the United States Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) through the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC). Eligibility is limited to U.S. citizens who are enrolled as full-time graduate students in recognized degree programs or post-graduate researchers. Awards will be made on the basis of merit as determined by a review committee of scholars from AIYS member universities. All funds currently available or pending come from US government sources and may be awarded only to US citizens. These fellowships are fully taxable after legitimate deductions for professional expenses. There is no restriction as to field or discipline, but project funds may only be used to support research costs. Projects are not normally funded above $10,000. Applicants may need to secure additional funding for other expenses or for extended research periods, but in the case of multiple awards AIYS reserves the right to modify or cancel its fellowship offer. A full statement of conditions governing fellowships may be obtained from the AIYS office or the AIYS website. Researchers whose projects will take them to more than one country are advised to consider applying to CAORC's Multi-Country Fellowship Program as well as to AIYS.

General Fellowship Program: Proposals are invited from graduate and post-graduate scholars for research projects about Yemen. Collaborative or group projects are eligible for funding.

Please note State Department-funded fellowships have been suspended in Yemen. Since it is unknown how long this situation might last, AIYS is--for the present competition--accepting only fellowship applications for research on Yemen conducted in places other than Yemen. We regret that we are not accepting applcations for Arabic language study at this time.

How to Apply:

All applicants must submit five (5) copies and the original of each of the following (total-6):
-a completed application form (available from AIYS administrative office and at www.aiys.org)
-a curriculum vitae
-an application narrative consisting of a project description and proposed budget. Five pages is the suggested maximum length

Required supporting documentation to be sent directly to AIYS by the application deadline; single copies of the following are acceptable:
-all applicants should provide three (3) letters of recommendation. References must be signed and submitted on letterhead and with a signature
-pre-doctoral applicants must have both undergraduate and graduate transcripts sent; recent PhD recipients are encouraged to provide a graduate transcript

Deadline for Applications

The deadline for receipt of applications is December 31, 2011. The deadline is a postmark deadline, but--to be certain of consideration--applications should be sent in such a manner that their delivery can reasonably be expected within one week of the deadline. This includes letters of reference and transcripts sent directly to AIYS by third parties. For further information see www.aiys.org or contact the AIYS office (AIYS, PO Box 311, Ardmore PA 19003-0311; 610-896-5412, aiys@aiys.org)

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American Institute for Yemeni Studies Fellowship Program for Research on Yemen for U.S. Citizens 2011-2012 Competition

American Institute for Yemeni Studies Fellowship Program for Research on Yemen for U.S. Citizens 2011-2012 Competition

Opportunities for: Research on Yemen.
Eligibility: Proposals are invited from graduate and postgraduate scholars for research projects about Yemen. Collaborative or group projects are eligible for funding. Please note that State Department-funded fellowships have been suspended in Yemen. Since it is unknown how long this situation will last, AIYS is, for this present competition, accepting only fellowship applications for research on Yemen conducted in places other than yemen. We regret that we are not accepting applications for Arabic language study at this time.
General Fellowship Program: There is no restriction as to field or discipline for the research proposal.
Duration: Research projects require a minimum 1 month of study.
Award: Projects are not normally funded above $10,000

Examples of Past Fellowship Projects:
-1998-1997, Caterina Borelli, Independent Filmmaker, and Pamela Jerome, Columbia University. The Architecture of Mud (a video-documentary)
-2001-2002, Carolyn Han, Hawaii Community College. Two Children's Books: Sufi Stories of Yemen and Queen 'Arwa of Yemen
-2002-2003, Linda Boxberger, Independent Scholar. Linking Histories: Connections between Hadhramawt (Yemen) and Dhufar (Oman)
-2009-2010, Jonathan Friedlander, University of California-Los Angeles, A Lesson from Central California: Yemeni-American Teens and Education, Careers and Identity
-2011, Nancy Um, SUNY-Binghamton University, Gifts for the Imam: Material Culture, Commerical Exchange and Merchant Tribute in Yemen, 1600-1750

Application Deadline: December 31st, 2011

AIYS fellowships are funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State

Contact Information:

American Institute for Yemeni Studies
Administrative Office: PO Box 311
Ardmore, PA 19003-0311
USA

Telephone: 610-896-5412
Fax: 610-896-9049
Email: aiys@aiys.org
Website: www.aiys.org

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Internship on the Image of the Black in Western Art

Internship on the Image of the Black in Western Art

Sponsored by the Du Bois Institute of African and African-American Research.

Application deadline: December 15, 2011.

The internship is a newly established program. Details are available on the web: http://dubois.fas.harvard.edu/ibwa-internship-program

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HERITAGE 2012 3rd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development

HERITAGE 2012 3rd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development

June 19-22, 2012 * Porto * Portugal

Conference Overview

Heritage 2012, 3rd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development follows the path of the previous editions: it aims at establishing a state of the art event regarding the relationships between forms and kinds of heritage and the framework of sustainable development concepts.

Environment, economics, society and culture, the four dimensions of sustainable development, are brought here to define a singular approach on how to deal and go beyond the traditional aspects of heritage preservation and safeguarding. On our today’s world, heritage is no longer just a memory or a cultural reference, or even a place or an object. Heritage is moving towards broader and wider scenarios, where it becomes often the driven forces for commerce, business, leisure and politics.

HERITAGE 2012 is a peer reviewed conference.

Visit the conference website for full details about the conference scope, topics and submission procedures at:

http://www.heritage2012.greenlines-institute.org

Abstract Submission

Submit an abstract via the conference website: http://www.heritage2012.greenlines-institute.org or contact the Conference Secretariat below.

Topics

-Heritage and governance for sustainability
-Heritage and society
-Heritage and environment
-Heritage and Economics
-Heritage and culture
-Heritage and education for the future

Special Chapter: Preservation of historic buildings

Conference Secretariat

Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development
Av. Alcaides de Faria, 377 S12
4750-106 Barcelos, PORTUGAL

Telephone: + 351 253 815 037
Email: heritage2012@greenlines-institute.org

Other Information

2nd CALL FOR PAPERS: November 30th 2011
Organised by: Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development

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November 08, 2011

Columbia University Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Palestinian Studies Call for Applications

Columbia University Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Palestinian Studies Call for Applications

The Center for Palestine Studies at Columbia University's Middle East Institute is pleased to announce the 2012-2013 Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Award in Palestine Studies. This fellowship seeks to recognize and foster innovative scholarship on issues related to Palestine and Palestinians. The award will support a scholar working on a book project in any field of the humanities or social sciences.

The international competition is open to all post-doctoral scholars who share the mission of the Center for Palestine Studies to advance the production and circulation of knowledge on Palestinian history, culture, society, and politics through outstanding scholarship. The one-semester fellowship at Columbia carries a stipend of $25,000 and the status of post-doctoral research fellow or visiting scholar, as appropriate.

This award has been made possible through the generosity of Abdel Mohsin Al-Qattan in honor of his friend, the Palestinian scholar and intellectual, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod (1929-2001). Their close friendship began in the aftermath of the nakbah of 1948 and evolved into a shared commitment to justice for Palestinians to be realized in part through support for excellence in higher education and scholarship. In later years, upon the establishment of the A.M. Qattan Foundation in Palestine, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod helped found the Qattan Centre for Educational Research and Development, one of the Foundation's core programs.

Application deadline is February 3, 2012. More details and application information for 2012-2013 are available on the CPS Fellowship page.

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JUNIOR SCHOLAR FELLOWSHIP

The Crown Center for Middle East Studies is offering one-year fellowships to outstanding scholars of Middle East politics, economics, history, religion, or social developments for the 2012-2013 academic year. This fellowship can be either a post-doctoral position for new PhDs or a research fellowship for assistant professors during a year off from teaching. It would allow junior scholars the flexibility and means to advance a specific research project related to the contemporary Middle East.

About the Crown Center

The Crown Center's research interests encompass the twenty-two members of the Arab League, stretching from Morocco to Iraq, as well as Israel, Turkey, and Iran. The Center's research focus extends well beyond Arab-Israeli tensions to include Middle East politics and history, Islamic studies, economic and social developments, and regional security and arms control.

The Center's research staff reflects its broad geopolitical focus. During its six years of operation, experienced researchers with high-level expertise about Egypt, Israel, Palestine, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, GCC and Saudi Arabia have conducted research for the Center. In addition to hosting conferences, seminars, and workshops, the Center has created tools for "real-time" distribution of analyses regarding current developments and events in the Middle East with its "Middle East Brief." The Center also publishes article-length monographs titled “Crown Papers," a peer-reviewed scholarly publication, as well as the “Crown Essay” series which focuses on important debates related to the region. Additionally, the Center's staff teaches undergraduate- and graduate-level courses at Brandeis University.

Eligibility

The 2012-2013 junior research fellowship is open to both recent PhDs (as a post-doctoral position) and assistant professors in Middle East related fields. PhD must be completed by September 1, 2012.

Terms

This fellowship is a one-year appointment beginning September 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013. The stipend for these 10 months will be $45,000. In addition, funding is available for research, travel, and related expenses. Fringe benefits will be available during the appointment period.

Fellows are expected to be in residence at the Crown Center during the tenure of the fellowship. During their residence, fellows are required to produce a scholarly article related to his/her research project to be submitted to the peer-reviewed "Crown Papers" series, write a Middle East Brief, and participate in all Crown Center seminars, conferences and other events.

Deadline: December 16, 2011
Notification: March 16, 2012

For further information regarding the position and the Center please visit the Crown Center Website.

Crown Center for Middle East Studies | Brandeis University
MS 010 | 415 South Street | Waltham, MA 02454
T: 781.736.5320 | crowncenter@brandeis.edu | F: 781.736.5324

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 5 POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2012/13

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 5 POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2012/13
(Location: Berlin / Closing Date: 10 January 2012)

The Berlin-based Forum Transregionale Studien invites scholars to apply for 5 postdoctoral fellowships for the research project

ZUKUNFTSPHILOLOGIE: REVISITING THE CANONS OF TEXTUAL SCHOLARSHIP

Zukunftsphilologie is a Berlin-based research project that aspires to support research in marginalized and undocumented textual practices and literary cultures with the aim of integrating texts and scholarly traditions from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East as well as from Europe itself. The project takes as its point of departure the increasingly growing concern with the global significance of philology and the potential of philology to challenge exclusivist notions of the self and the canon.

The project endeavours to promote and emphasize primary textual scholarship beyond the classical humanistic canon by a critical recuperation of philology. In an age of advanced communication, intellectual specialization and unprecedented migration of knowledge and people, the discipline of philology assumes new relevance. The project draws on the recent calls for a return to philology as particularly emphasized by Sheldon Pollock and the late Edward Said.

The title "Zukunftsphilologie" is inspired by the 1872 polemic between the classicist Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff and Friedrich Nietzsche on the method and meaning of classical studies. The project draws on recent calls for a return to philology as particularly emphasized by Sheldon Pollock in his essay "Future Philology?" and the late Edward Said's essay "The Return to Philology".

In order to promote historically-conscious philology, the project will encourage research in the following areas: the genealogy and transformations of philological practice, philology's place in the system of knowledge (e.g. its relation to science, theology, and jurisprudence), philology and the university, and philology and empire.

Zukunftsphilologie aims to examine the role mobility, calamities, expulsions, and natural catastrophes play in the dissemination and globalization of knowledge. How does the mobility of scholars, books, and manuscripts bring about scientific innovation (e.g. in tenth-century Baghdad, during the European Renaissance, or during the Ming dynasty)? What kind of knowledge systems are also displaced by these processes of reorganization? What transformations and translations accompany such mobilizations?

The project Zukunftsphilologie is associated with and located at the Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School for Literary Studies at Freie Universitaet Berlin Zukunftsphilologie is directed by Angelika Neuwirth, Manan Ahmed and Islam Dayeh (all Freie Universitaet Berlin).

Candidates

The fellowships are intended primarily for scholars of the major linguistic and philological traditions from Africa, Asia and Europe (for example, Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, Persian, Sanskrit, Syriac, Turkish), whose research explores linguistic practices and disciplinary entanglements in intellectual and literary history, comparative linguistics, philology, religion and the history of science.

The fellowships are intended for scholars who currently reside outside Berlin and who wish to carry out their research projects in the framework of the initiative Zukunftsphilologie in Berlin. Applicants should be at the postdoctoral level and should have obtained their doctorate within the last seven years. Fellows are given the opportunity to pursue research projects of their own choice, provided the topic falls within the research agenda of the project. In the overall context of the project Zukunftsphilologie, they will participate in regular working meetings of the project group as well as in lectures, conferences and summer or winter academies, organized by the project and by the Forum Transregionale Studien.

Projects

Individual research projects should fall within the thematic framework of Zukunftsphilologie. Projects should have a comparative perspective, whereby the plurality of textual practices, polyphonic textuality, and the trajectories and genealogies of philological traditions since early modernity are examined. Research projects focusing on intellectual debates, polemics, correspondences, and transregional encounters are especially welcome. In revisiting important philological debates, the goal is not to merely evaluate the argumentative worth of these debates, but to reflect on the wider cultural and political context in which these debates emerged and how they have shaped our knowledge of the past. Moreover, an examination of philological debates will shed light on marginal philological traditions and undocumented intellectual positions as well as the ways in which canonical positions were consolidated and normalized.

Fellowships

Fellowships start October 1, 2012, and will end on July 31, 2013. Shorter fellowship terms can be considered. Postdoctoral fellows will receive a monthly stipend of 2.250 plus supplements depending on their personal situation. Organisational support regarding visa, insurances, housing, etc. will be provided. Successful applicants will be fellows of the project Zukunftsphilologie at the Forum Transregionale Studien and Associate Members of the Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School or Literary Studies. Through this association they will be integrated into the Department of Philosophy and Humanities at the Freie Universitaet Berlin and will have access to an academic milieu of literary and philological studies as well as to libraries and other research facilities.

Application Procedure

To apply, please send the following documents in English exclusively by e-mail as separate word or PDF files:

- a curriculum vitae
- a project description (no longer than five pages), stating what you will work on in Berlin if granted a fellowship
- a sample of scholarly work (maximum 20 pages from an article, conference paper, or dissertation chapter)
- a letter of recommendation from one academic faculty. It can be sent as a separate e-mail.

The application should be submitted in English and should be received by 10 January 2012, addressed to:

zukunftsphilologie@trafo-berlin.de

Forum Transregionale Studien
c/o Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin
Attn: Georges Khalil
Wallotstra?e 19, D-14193 Berlin / Germany

Institutional Framework

The Forum Transregionale Studien is a new research platform of the Land of Berlin designed to promote research that connects systematic and region-specific questions in a perspective that addresses entanglements and interactions beyond national, cultural or regional frames. The Forum works in tandem with established institutions and networks engaged in transregional studies and is supported by an association of the directors of universities, research institutes and networks mainly based in Berlin. It supports four research projects: Zukunftsphilologie: Revisiting the Canons of Textual Scholarship, Rechtskulturen: Confrontations Beyond Comparison, Global Prayers: Redemption and Liberation in the City, and Europe in the Middle East -The Middle East in Europe. The Forum Transregionale Studien is funded by the Senate of Berlin.

Information

For more information on the Forum please see
- www.forum-transregionale-studien.de

For more information on Zukunftsphilologie please see
- www.zukunftsphilologie.de
- www.geisteswissenschaften.fu-berlin.de/en/friedrichschlegel/

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ZUKUNFTSPHILOLOGIE: REVISITING THE CANONS OF TEXTUAL SCHOLARSHIP

ZUKUNFTSPHILOLOGIE: REVISITING THE CANONS OF TEXTUAL SCHOLARSHIP

There are many fellowships for scholars interested in primary textual scholarship and in varieties of philology in Asia, Africa, the Middle East as well as in Europe beyond the medieval/modern divide. For the year 2012/13, research projects focusing on major intellectual debates, polemics, correspondences, and transregional encounters are especially welcome. Please find the announcement below as well as via the following link:

http://www.forum-transregionale-studien.de/fileadmin/pdf/ZP-call-1213.pdf

The project Zukunftsphilologie is directed by Angelika Neuwirth, Manan Ahmed and Islam Dayeh (all Freie Universitaet Berlin) and is associated with and located at the Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School for Literary Studies at Freie Universitaet Berlin. Within the framework of the Forum Transregionale Studien Zukunftsphilologie is funded by the Land of Berlin.

For more information please visit:
www.zukunftsphilologie.de

Forum Transregionale Studien
c/o Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin
Institute for Advanced Study
Wallotstrasse 19, 14193 Berlin

Telefax +49 (0)30 89 001-200
office@trafo-berlin.de
http://www.forum-transregionale-studien.de

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November 01, 2011

The 9th Annual Duke-UNC Graduate Islamic Studies Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS
“Making Sense of Islam”
Sensuality and Affect in the Muslim Humanities
9th Annual Duke-UNC Graduate Islamic Studies Conference, March 24th-25th, 2012

“The humanities can be described as the study of the myriad ways in which people, from every period of history and from every corner of the globe, process and document the human experience.” (The Human Experience, Stanford University).

On behalf of the Duke-UNC Graduate Islamic Studies Conference, we are pleased to accept abstracts for our ninth annual conference. With this year’s conference, we hope to mark a turn from a bounded study of the “Islamic sciences” to a more capacious engagement with Muslim articulations of the human experience in its multiple dimensions. This engagement with human experience both incorporates and moves beyond the intellectual to include the body, affect, sensation, and arts as sites of understanding. We hope to generate an interdisciplinary conversation about how diverse Muslim traditions—ritual, ceremonial, artistic, literary, philosophical, and legal—participate in and invoke the sensate and the affective. We thus interpret the humanities broadly in terms of human experience, not
limiting our investigations to specific literary genres.

We are interested in receiving papers that explore this theme through a variety of topics in the study of Islam. We invite papers from a range of disciplines (including but not limited to art and art history, design, geography, literature, music, philosophy, political science, religious studies, cultural anthropology, history and sociology) that examine such questions within historical and contemporary Islamicate contexts.

Possible themes for papers include but are not limited to:• The visual language of Islamic design and architecture
• Sensation in classical & modern Prose and poetry
• Cultural institutions and practices for sensing the supernatural
• The choreography of religious ceremony
• The physical and material evocation of memory
• Trends in modern Muslim art and artists
• Philosophical and scientific theories of human sensation
• Sight, memory, and sound as evidence in Islamic Law

As a hallmark of the Duke-UNC Islamic Studies Conference, we will provide opportunity for interactive, deliberative, and inter-disciplinary engagement with scholarly work in progress by gathering in an intimate workshop format. We expect that those invited to present papers will remain present for the duration of the conference in order to engage the other participants in a true exchange of ideas. Lunch and refreshments will be provided on both days, and a formal dinner will be held on Saturday night.

Limited financial assistance to cover travel expenses will be offered to those who demonstrate financial need and do not receive funding from their home institutions.

Proposal Submission Requirements:Please submit at minimum a 1,000-word detailed abstract accompanied by a working bibliography and CV to DUKEUNCconf@gmail.com by December 15, 2011. Submissions that include a written paper are highly preferred. Ph.D. students in advanced stages of research and dissertation writing are especially encouraged to apply.

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