Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
Made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The Mahindra Humanities Center invites all Harvard graduate students to submit a proposal to coordinate an Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Conference. Funding for the conference will be available up to the amount of $7,500. The conference should take place during the current academic year, 2012-13.
Proposals interdisciplinary or cross-disciplinary in design and scope will be considered by the committee. The proposal should consist of a one- to two-page description, outlining the theme and the proposed structure of the conference.
There will be an information session on Thursday, September 13 at 3:00 p.m. in the Warren House Lounge for students interested in submitting proposals.
Please send proposals to the attention of Sarah Razor, Warren House 108, 11 Prescott Street. For further information, or to obtain examples of past graduate conference budgets and publicity materials, inquire with Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submission is Monday, October 1.
Recent Graduate Student Conferences sponsored or co-sponsored by the Mahindra Center:
- How To End a Revolution, 2012
- Soldiering: The Afterlife of a Modern Experience, 2011
- Objects of Knowledge, Objects of Exchange, 2009
- Decomposition, 2008
- Bodily Proof, 2007
- Mirrorings: Reflections on Reflection, 2006
- Culture and Modernity: George Simmel in Context, 2005
- The Worldly Earth, 2004
- Alphabetics, 2003
- Still Life, 2003
- Fixed Ideas, 2002
- Escape, 2001
- Failure, 2000