Call for Papers: Law and Humanities Interdisciplinary Workshop, May 24-25, 2023, Washington, DC

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Call for Papers
December 15, 2022
District Of Columbia, United States
Subject Fields: 
Law and Legal History, Literature, Philosophy, Popular Culture Studies, Race Studies

The workshop is open to untenured professors, advanced graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and independent scholars working in law and the humanities. We welcome submissions from those working at regional and teaching-intensive institutions, and encourage submissions from members of traditionally underrepresented groups and submissions addressing themes of anti-racism and anti-subordination. Based on anonymous evaluation by an interdisciplinary selection committee, 6-8 papers will be chosen for presentation and comments by two senior scholars at the Workshop. The Workshop will pay the domestic travel and hotel expenses of authors whose papers are selected, or international travel up to $1250. Applications should include a 1500-2000 word summary of the paper (including footnotes or endnotes), 1-2 page bibliography optional, and optional 1-page outline of the larger project if the paper is a book or dissertation chapter. APPLICATIONS DUE DECEMBER 15, 2022. If your application advances to the final stage, you will be asked to submit the full paper of no more than 10,000 words on February 1. Please submit to For more information see the full CFP at The workshop is sponsored by Georgetown University Law Center, UCLA School of Law, the USC Center for Law, History, and Culture, the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, and Stanford Law School, and will be held at Georgetown Law Center, May 24-25, 2023.