Murthy Digital Studio, a space in Duke Libraries' The/EDGE for peer-to-peer learning and collaboration on digital scholarship projects, is hosting a series of Digital Publishing Workshops, to introduce practical ways to plan, develop, and contribute to digital publishing in the humanities. Workshops are Thursdays, 10:30-11:30 AM at the Murthy Digital Studio (The/EDGE, Bostock Library Level 1). Click here to sign up for the studio's listserv.
The Thompson Writing Program's Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching Writing in the Disciplines provides a framework for graduate students to acquire basic knowledge of writing pedagogy and demonstrate that knowledge in job applications and during interviews. To allow Duke graduate students to obtain the certificate in the way that best meets their needs and schedules, core workshops are offered biannually supplemented by other events throughout the year. Click here for more information.
The Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion (SECSOR: https://secsor.org/), which is the regional division of the American Academy of Religion, is asking for papers on research addressing questions regarding religion and our understanding of the meaning, status, and place of human beings as members of larger biotic communities and questions of sustainable development and urban design for their Religion and Ecology section. The 2019 meeting will be held March 8-10, 2019, in Greenville, NC on the campus of East Carolina University.
The Department of Religions and Cultures at Concordia University announces the 24th Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference (AGIC). The conference seeks to encourage dynamic interdisciplinary discussion in relation to this year’s central theme: Shifting Boundaries: Re-directions, Mis-directions, and Alternative Methodologies in Contemporary Research. It will be held March 14th, 2019 in Montreal, Quebec.
Calls for Papers
The Early Modern Colloquium at the University of Michigan invites abstracts for papers for the interdisciplinary graduate student conference, “How to be Global in the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds” at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, February 15-16, 2019. Please submit 250-300 word abstracts with a corresponding title to the Early Modern Colloquium (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line “EMC Conference” by December 1st, 2018. For more information, visit here.