January 20, 2022

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Call for Papers – Global Political Thought Inaugural Conference

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The Association for Global Political Thought  opens a call for papers for its inaugural conference in April 2022.
Submissions are due by Friday January 21st, 2022.

The Association for Global Political Thought is an international, interdisciplinary, and intercollegiate project founded in 2021, supported by humanists and social scientists from global institutions. We are excited to announce that our inaugural conference will take place in person, at Harvard University on Friday–SaturdayApril 8–92022.

 

The keynote address is to be delivered by Pratap Bhanu Mehta (Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi; Laurance S. Rockefeller Distinguished Professor at the Center for Human Values, Princeton University), a founding advisor of the Association for Global Political Thought.

 

We welcome submissions that seek to enrich the study of political, social, and international thought; expand the scopes of political traditions and their languages; interrogate the discipline’s constitutive exclusions and limits of existing methods of inquiry; or address the theoretical and historical foundations of contemporary global political predicaments.

 

More information about the Association, including examples of work that has been presented in our seminar series, may be found on our website

 

Submissions are due by Friday January 21st, 2022 at midnight EST and should be sent to

globalpoliticalthought@g.harvard.edu. Applicants will receive a response in February

2022.

 

Length: Papers must not exceed 10,000 words, including citations.

 

Formatting: Submissions, in either PDF or MS word documents, should be formatted consistently and for blind review. We suggest 12-pt font and double-spacing. Notes and bibliography may be in any style but must be consistent.

 

Funding: Thanks to generous funding from the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, the

Harvard University Department of Government, as well as a host of associated institutions, we will provide funding to defray costs for transportation and lodging.

 

Further inquiries: Applicants should email globalpoliticalthought@g.harvard.edu, or Hansong Li (hansongli@fas.harvard.edu) and Yi Ning Chang (yiningchang@g.harvard.edu) with any further questions.

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