Jewish History & Culture in Antiquity - 13-14-15/12/2020, Washington DC (USA)
As you will see, the AJS conference offers many ways to highlight cutting-edge scholarship, promote scholarly collaboration, network with diverse colleagues, and mentor future scholars. We have over twenty different divisions that reflect the diversity of our scholarship, and this year we will be highlighting several important themes across all divisions. Instead of creating one distinct wildcard division, the program committee will provide additional space to division chairs for including sessions/panels that explicitly address themes concerning environment and sustainability, diversity and inclusion, disability studies, underrepresented regions of study (such as Latin American Jewish studies), and the digital humanities.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Washington DC (USA)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Gregg Gardner; Michal Bar-Asher Siegal
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• New session type: Performance/Scholarship
• New pilot division: Gender & Sexuality Studies
• Traditional panels: All traditional panels must have 3 papers and a chair (respondent optional)
• If your session is not already complete or you are looking for a panel proposal to join, take a look at the current list of people and ideas looking for session matches, and submit your incomplete session or individual paper idea here to be added to the list.