Aigne seeks conference and academic event reports for its Spring 2020 Issue. Potential contributors are invited to contact Aigne's Event Report Editors (at email@example.com) by 30 August 2019 to agree the submission of a report and for further details on Aigne's event report writing format and requirements. Selected contributors will be notified by 16 September and required to submit a c.1000-word event report by 6 December 2019.
The theme of Aigne's Spring 2020 Issue is "Crisis: Predicament and Potential". It engages with conceptions of crisis as turbulent moments of upheaval but also considers crisis as transgressive and potentially transformative. Submissions can include reports from Irish conferences, international conferences and other academic events related to this theme or other themes in the realm of humanities and social sciences. Aigne would also welcome reports on events that engage in novel and interdisciplinary formats, including those that seek to push the boundaries of more traditional academic formats, such as Summer Schools that involve a diverse range of presentation styles.
Aigne ("Mind") is a peer-reviewed online postgraduate journal that falls under the auspices of the Graduate School of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences at University College Cork, Ireland.