Monica Juneja, Professor of Global Art History, Heidleberg Centre for Transcultural Studies
Pratik Chakrabarti, NEH Cullen Chair in History and Medicine, University of Houston
Guidelines for proposals
The conference will be hybrid, with selected components online. When submitting a proposal, please indicate whether you intend to present in person or online. All submissions should have a clear title.
All proposals should be submitted via the portal on the INCSA website. Please include contact information (name, email address, and affiliation, if any) for all people involved in the submission. Questions may be directed to International19thC.StudiesAssoc@gmail.com
Individual Paper or Poster Proposals should clearly describe the argument and articulate how the research contributes to scholarship. The program will include a designated time for research poster presentations. Maximum length: 300 words. Only one individual proposal may be submitted. Individual papers are 20 minutes.
Panel Proposals, Roundtables, Pedagogy Workshops, and Interdisciplinary Workshops should include a summary of the importance of the panel topic by the panel organiser (maximum length 300 words). The organiser should also include a proposal for each paper prepared by individual panelists following the guidelines for individual proposals, along with each panelist’s contact information. Panel proposals will be considered only as a whole. A panel is three twenty-minute papers or four fifteen-minute papers; a roundtable is five to eight brief explorations, followed by roundtable discussion. Panels and roundtables are 90 minutes, including time for questions. Pedagogy workshops can be either one hour or 90 minutes in length.
Lecture-Recital Proposals should identify the music to be performed, including approximate timing and performing forces, and clearly describe the substance of the lecture component as outlined for individual proposals. Please note clearly at the top that this is a Lecture-Recital proposal. Maximum length: 300 words, plus list of repertoire. Lecture recitals are one hour.
Graduate and Early Career Essay Prizes. INCSA encourages submissions from current graduate students and early career academics. A monetary prize will be awarded for the best paper presented by (a) a graduate student (currently undertaking an MA or PhD) and (b) early career academic (postdoctoral fellow) at the meeting. Application instructions for the prizes will be provided upon acceptance of the paper for the program and will be posted on the conference website. In addition, graduate students whose proposals are accepted are eligible to apply for travel assistance from INCSA.