We are delighted to announce the LSE-Sciences Po Seminar in Contemporary International History's new call for papers for the upcoming term (January - March).
The seminar welcomes papers from advanced PhD students and early career researchers on any aspect of 20th or 21st century international history, broadly defined. We welcome a wide range of different historical approaches including research exploring transnational networks, non-state actors, and geographies beyond the Global North.
The seminar is an ideal environment to workshop work-in-progress. Presenters will be asked to submit a 15-20 page paper ten days before their presentation, which will be circulated to participants beforehand. During the seminar, presenters will introduce their work for no more than 15 minutes followed by comments from a discussant and wider Q&A discussion.
All seminars will be held on Zoom on Wednesdays from 4-5:30pm GMT / 5-6:30pm CET. Applicants should submit a provisional title, a brief 250-word abstract, and a CV by December 22, 2022
Please find the application form here.
Fionntan O'Hara - LSE graduate student coordinator for the LSE-Sciences Po Seminar in Contemporary International History