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Humanities PGR Conference

Humanities PGR

Crossing Boundaries 23rd-24th April 2018 (University of Exeter) The Humanities Postgraduate Research Conference at the University of Exeter offers a unique opportunity to bring students from across the College’s disciplines into discussion about their research. Organised by students for students, this twoday event offers a platform for University of Exeter postgraduates to present current work in an academically diverse but rigorous environment. This year’s conference will be centred on the theme of ‘Crossing Boundaries: Connectedness, Conflict and Subtext’ and will explore the changing nature of the discipline of Humanities and its wider global context. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to: • Transtextuality, transculturality, and transmodality • Discovery and rediscovery, rethinking and rejuvenation • Fluidity of form, meaning and identity • Transience, hybridity, and difference • Divergence and convergence: the conflict and harmony of ideas, identities, and ideologies • Connectedness/conflict between spatial and temporal, between author and audience, academic and public, public and private • In the world of the subtext • Creating dialogue between past and present • Encounters (illicit, transcultural, transitional, cosmopolitan) • Intersectionality and exploration. We welcome proposals for 20-minute papers with a flexible interpretation of the above themes and topics. We also welcome original contributions such as (but not limited to) short films and performance pieces. Please submit a 200-word abstract with your name, contact details and subject affiliation to hums-pgr-abstracts@exeter.ac.uk. Proposals must be accompanied by a brief biography of no more than 200 words. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is the 9th March at 5pm. Abstract submissions will be organised into suitable three-paper panels for the conference itself though panel proposals are also welcome. Please contact the committee at hums-pgrabstracts@exeter.ac.uk with any questions. Detail from Christopher Saxton’s 1579 Atlas of England and Wales. Reproduced by kind permission of Special Collections, University of Exeter Library (Constable Maps 11). CfP 2 (option 2).indd 1 28/12/2017 16:47

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