From Linda Meyer, Quinnipiac College
The Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities (ASLCH) will hold its second annual Graduate Student Workshop on March 21, 2013. The half-dayworkshop immediately precedes the ASLCH Annual Meeting to be hosted by Birkbeck, University of London on March 22-23, 2013. Applicants may be graduate students from any discipline or law students with scholarly interests in Law, Culture, and the Humanities.
The Graduate Student Workshop's aims are to promote the future development of the field of Law, Culture and the Humanities through the development of ourjunior colleagues by bringing together graduate students and established scholars in Law, Culture, and the Humanities. During seminars, panel discussions, informal conversation, and shared meals, we will discuss scholarly work, give feedback on student research projects, address issues pertinent to professional development, and facilitate scholarly networks between graduate and faculty colleagues by encouraging intellectual community.
ASLCH Graduate Student Workshop Applications - the deadline for applications is 1st December 2012 - participants will be notified by 15th January. Applicants must register for the conference, re-send their conference paper abstract, and submit a one-page statement characterizing their doctoral or law school academic research and explaining how it relates to interdisciplinary research in law, culture, and the humanities. Applicants must also submit a CV of no more than two pages along with their statement and abstract. These may be emailed to Stewart Motha at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure that all files attached to emails bear the applicant's surname.
Although our usual practice is to subsidize Thursday night’s accommodation for workshop participants, this year, the selected workshop participants will receive, for this special international conference, support for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights’ accommodation.