The CSDC is happy to announce the:
2019 Graduate Students Conference
March 29 and 30, 2019
The Clarendon Hotel, Quebec City
The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC) will host its annual graduate student conference on March 29th and 30th, in Quebec City. The goal of this conference is to offer graduate and postdoctoral students interested in the Centre’s re- search areas the opportunity to present and receive feedback on their research.
This conference is open to students from any university or discipline that shares an interest in one of the Centre’s research areas. There is no registration fee. Participants registered at a Quebec university or in the Ottawa region, and who are coming in from outside Quebec City are eligible for a stipend from the CSDC to cover travel costs.
Students whose proposal have been accepted will be required to participate in the entire conference and to submit a written communication in the form of a research note or paper no later than 10 days prior to the beginning of the conference. Each presenter will give a presentation of approximately 15 minutes on their proposed topic and act as a discussant for a paper presented by another student. Furthermore, we strongly encourage participants to submit a written communication of approximatively 4000 words. This directive aims to encourage participants to focus on the oral presentation of their research. Obviously, we will still accept longer written communications in the form of a scientific article. French will be the primary language of the conference; how- ever, students are welcome to submit papers and present in English.
Deadline to submit proposals:
- January 11th, 2019 Notification of accepted proposals
- Late-January, 2019 Deadline to submit papers
- March 18th, 2019
Please visit this page (http://csdc-cecd.ca/events/csdc-graduate-student-conference/) to see the full call for papers.