CALL FOR PAPERS
In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall and the reconciliation of the capital city of Germany, the CCEAE and IRTG-Diversity will be hosting the International Summer School on The City, with the contribution of the DAAD and the funds from the German Federal Foreign Office (AA).
This international and trilingual Summer school, entitled La Ville/The City/Die Stadt, will consist of three parts:
1) exploration of the urban landscape of a bilingual, multicultural city faced with challenges of local inclusion and global networking; as well as cultural linkages
and similarities between metropolises Montreal, Berlin and Leipzig 2) an intensive seminar on classic German social and critical theorists’ (Weber, Simmel, Kracauer, Frankfurt School, Freitag) reflections on the centrality of the urban experience to democracy and (post)modernity; and 3) a public two-day conference in which the students will present their own relevant research and exchange with prominent scholars invited to speak.
The week-long summer school will feature cultural events and meetings with Montreal cultural, political and intellectual minds.
The Summer school is scheduled to run from September 7th to 14th, 2019 in Montréal, Canada. Graduate students of all faculties and departments, including those outside of the Humanities and Social Sciences, are encouraged to apply and attend the conference. We will be accepting applications until June 15th, 2019. All charges related to travel and accommodation will be taken in charge.
For more information, please do not hesitate to contact the organizer at
email@example.com if you have questions regarding the conference.
All applicants must also send their full application including:
1) an academic résumé, 2) a 1-page intention letter and 3) an abstract for their paper that will be presented during the Summer School.
ORGANISATION: Francis Douville Vigeant