Tuesday 5 February 2019

SSHA CFP Deadline Update

Social Science History Association Conference, Chicago 2019

Glenn Svedin of the SSHA Crime, Justice and the Law Network informs us that the submission deadline in response to the Call for Papers has been moved from 16 February to 1 March. A new submission system has been introduced. More information can be found here.

We previously posted about this conference here. It will be held in Chicago, Illinois, USA on 21-24 November. The overall conference theme is 'Data and its Discontents,' the full Call for Papers is here (PDF link) - Graduate Travel Grants are available. The Network Call for Papers can be found below as an image, alternatively a copy is available here via Google Drive (no sign-in required).

If you're planning a session and seeking participants, why not use the comments on this page? They are moderated to prevent spam but the mailbox is regularly attended.

Please use the following link for a text-version of this document more accessible to those with visual impairments: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ftpa2whVlNzj3IxK_bHnXPnS-ywZ2DEIYe3AjuWUCNg/edit?usp=sharing

1 comment:

  1. Hi all, I'm putting together a session proposal for this conference (deadline 1st March) and we need a Chair/Discussant. Themes include ideals and representations of masculine/feminine behaviour and marriage roles, emotion and the law as refracted through sources about property crimes, marital abuse, murder and the death sentence, in Australia, Scotland and England and Wales, late nineteenth to early twentieth century. Please get in touch via reply/email/Twitter. Thanks!


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