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Call for Papers: LSE Graduate Economic History Seminars

Call for Papers – LSE Graduate Economic History Seminars 
Deadline for proposals: Sunday 1st of December 2019

The Department of Economic History at LSE is now inviting external papers for its Graduate Economic History Seminars for the Lent and Summer Terms 2020. The seminar runs weekly in term times on Wednesday from 1 to 2pm and is attended regularly by faculty and department research students. The format is a 30-minute presentation, usually on a paper at an advanced stage of research and preparation, with a minimum of 30 minutes for questions and discussion.

The workshop is ideal for those in the final year of their PhD work who wish to expose their research to an audience of peers and senior academics and test ideas and methodologies prior to completion of their thesis.

To apply to speak in Lent or Summer terms 2020 (Lent: Monday 20 January – Friday 3 April 2020 and Summer: Monday 4 May – Friday 19 June), please submit an abstract of your paper (approx. 500 words) with details on methodology and sources to workshop conveners Mario Cuenda García (m.cuenda-garcia@lse.ac.uk), Sam Betteridge (s.r.betteridge@lse.ac.uk) and Juliana Jaramillo (j.jaramillo1@lse.ac.uk) by Sunday 1st of December 2019. Please also indicate which dates you would be available to present, your thesis title, institutional affiliation and expected submission date of your PhD. We will contact those applying by mid-December.

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