Recent historical work has explored the meanings and opportunities offered by work that explores subjectivity, identity, gender and selfhood.
The Centre for Gender, Identity and Subjectivity (Oxford) and the University of Glasgow warmly invite abstracts of 150 words from PGRs and ECRs working on these themes for presentation our annual interdisciplinary summer workshop, which will be held in Glasgow on 6 June 2018. Papers will be 20 minutes long and should engage with issues related to subjectivity.
Travel and refreshments will be funded and arranged by CGIS.
Please send abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by 18 May and we will notify successful applicants by 25 May. Please write ‘CGIS Summer School’ in the subject header.