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Call for Papers | Emerging Scholars Showcase, Fall 2021

Posted in Calls for Papers, graduate students by Editor on September 27, 2021

From HECAA:

HECAA Emerging Scholars Showcase
Online, 13 November 2021

Proposals due by 3 October 2021

Building on the success of last year’s Emerging Scholars Showcase (7 November, 6 February, and 17 April)—with kudos to Dani Ezor—the Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture (HECAA) is pleased to again invite emerging scholars studying the art, architecture, and visual culture of the long eighteenth century around the globe to participate in a virtual showcase. Our hope is to provide a platform for early career scholars to promote their own research, as well as a forum for networking opportunity and ongoing community building.

Each scholar will be given 3–5 minutes to present their work, followed by an open question and answer session. This year’s Emerging Scholars Showcase will be held on Saturday, 13 November 2021, though additional sessions may be added depending on interest. To apply, please fill out this form. Applications are due by Sunday, 3 October, at midnight (EST). Please direct any questions to Daniella Berman, daniella.berman@nyu.edu.

Emerging Scholars do not need to be current HECAA members and may be current graduate students (MAs or PhDs) and those who have received their PhDs in the past five years, so please circulate this call as appropriate. If you are interested in helping to organize the HECAA Emerging Scholars Showcase, please also contact Daniella Berman (the current HECAA graduate student board member at-large).

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