GRADUATE PROGRAM IN MEDIA+MODERNITY
CFP: DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM 21/22
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2021
The Program in Media+Modernity will once again be hosting it’s Doctoral Colloquium in SPRING 2022 [update], a lively interdisciplinary forum for graduate students at Princeton University to present work-in-progress from their dissertations.
The colloquium is an exciting opportunity for Ph.D. candidates to share their research and receive feedback from faculty and colleagues across a wide range of departments.
We write today to solicit graduate student presentations for the Doctoral Colloquium which will take place in the SPRING SEMESTER 2022 [final date tbd].
Graduate students at Princeton University (unfortunately, external applications cannot be accepted) who wish to present in the colloquium should have already passed their generals and defended their dissertation proposals. The individual work-in-progress presentations should last about 20 minutes. Colloquium sessions will feature work by two or three Ph.D. candidates (ideally on topics that speak to one another in terms of shared research territories and/or methods) followed by responses and open discussion.
Student proposals should be submitted by email to email@example.com by October 25, 2021 (EoD) and should include the following:
a) name, department, and primary contact email
b) presentation title
c) 2-3 paragraph description of the topic
d) 1-3 images for reference
e) a short bio of the presenter (including G-year, department, advisor)
f) a brief endorsement letter/email by the dissertation adviser.
Direct any related questions to the M+M program manager Clemens Finkelstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to receiving your proposals.
Beatriz Colomina & Devin Fore