Traffic in the Global Eighteenth Century
NEASECS 2020, September 25-27
Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, New York City
Proposals for panels and roundtables are due January 30, 2020.
Thank you for considering chairing a panel for the NEASECS2020 conference. Potential topics include the traffic in the global eighteenth century, the circulation of goods and people, the traffic of ideas as well as objects of knowledge and aesthetic beauty (art objects, fashion, curiosities…), the smuggling of books, arms, drugs, commodities, the Atlantic slave trade and other forms of human trafficking, currency conversions and money traders, the effects and affects of traffic/trafficking including the sonic (noise, music, etc.) the infrastructure (or lack thereof) that shaped local, transnational and colonial circuits of exchange and, finally, modes of transport and the material forms of gridlock in congested urban areas. Although in the tradition of NEASECS conferences, others subject matters are also acceptable.
A Panel Session typically has 3-4 panelists and a panel chair that leads the discussions. The duration of a Panel is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. Panels should not have more than 4 presenters and should allow for at least 20 minutes of discussion. Panels can have respondents if desired. Panels can be in languages other than English.
All presenters and panel chairs must be current NEASECS Members and will need to pay the NEASECS Membership fee if they haven’t done so already in order to present at the conference or to host a panel. Please click here to renew your membership or to become a new member of NEASECS.
Interested scholars are encouraged to submit their Panel proposal to NEASECS2020. Potential panel organizers need to prepare the proposals including the following information:
- Title of the panel
- Panel description (1-2 ¶)
- Format for submissions (title, abstract, institution, email, etc.)
- Contact information of the organizer/s (institution, email)
- Bio of the organizer/s (1 ¶)
- Possibility of follow-up publications, edited books, special issues, etc.
- If your panel will have special needs, please indicate these as well
Proposal Submission & Decisions
Please submit your proposals as a doc or pdf file to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than January 30, 2020.
Notification of the acceptance of your panel will be made no later than February 10, 2020.
For further information, please contact email@example.com