The American Institute for Maghrib Studies invites doctoral candidates to its 14th annual Dissertation Workshop to be held May 4-6, 2012 at the University of California, Los Angeles.
The workshop provides the opportunity for current doctoral or master candidates to present, discuss, and receive valuable feedback on work related to North Africa. Accepted applicants will submit a piece of writing from their dissertations or theses at any stage (prospectus, dissertation chapter, or article draft). Participants will read and prepare discussion of one or more other submissions in addition to presenting their own. Scholars who have worked on North Africa in a variety of disciplines will offer feedback, as well as perspectives on publishing, job market conditions, and other topics germane to professional academic development. The workshop further affords the opportunity to meet and develop relationships with colleagues in the field.
All disciplines are welcome. In the past they have included: history, political science, anthropology, sociology, archaeology, comparative literature, psychology, and public health. Space and funding are limited. There will be some money for travel expenses and per diem allowances.
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Cost: This workshop is open only to AIMS members. To become a student member (only $40) or renew your membership, please contact the AIMS Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should send a current C.V. and short (300-word) topic proposal by March 16, 2012 to the AIMS GSA President Ann Witulski at email@example.com. Selected participants will be notified by email and asked to submit a chapter/prospectus/article for review by March 30, 2012.
Tel: (310) 825-1181
Sponsor(s): The American Institute for Maghrib Studies
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