Second Baltic Studies Teaching and Learning Workshop to be held March 31-April 2, 2023

Oct 13, 2022

Call for Papers

2nd Baltic Studies Teaching and Learning Workshop

Wingate University, Wingate, NC
March 31-April 2, 2022

 

Working on a new project? Thinking about a new course you would like to teach? Looking for some feedback on the first chapter of a book?

Join us in Spring 2023 for the second Baltic Studies Teaching and Learning Workshop, to take place at Wingate University! The workshop model exists to get significant feedback on scholarship, and hopefully build deep and lasting relationships with other participants. The workshop is open to all disciplines, methods, and approaches, as long as projects reference Baltic Studies, broadly defined.

Who is Invited?

All are welcome! The workshop is open to people at all stages of their careers, at all stages of works in progress, and in all fields related to Baltic Studies.

Workshop Accessibility

Because of its rural location, access to a car, or having the ability to carpool, will likely be needed in order to attend.
See Wingate University on Google Maps here.

Information

Deadline to submit¬†proposals: December 1, 2022. Please email proposals/abstracts to Joseph Ellis, at [email protected] Include name, title, and affiliation in the proposal.
Notification of acceptance: Early 2023.
Questions? Contact Dr. Joseph Ellis at [email protected]

Other details and logistics forthcoming!

Learn more about Dr. Ellis and his contributions to AABS in an interview from earlier this year.