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Call for Posters

“The future belongs to the youth!” – the conference therefore wants to create a platform for academics at the early stages of their career. We invite young scholars, especially Master and PhD candidates, to present their research in our poster session at the conference.

Throughout human history, our understanding of the future and future-orientated agency have been shaped by culture. The conference Future today / yesterday / tomorrow: Visions of Future(s) in the Americas will open the debate on the topic of “Future” as a field of research in the Humanities and in Cultural Studies. We want to discuss the diverse and complex forms and dimensions of “Future” across space and time in their material and immaterial forms of expression and discursive practices (see here for the full call).

“The future belongs to the youth!” – the conference therefore wants to create a platform for academics at the early stages of their career. We invite young scholars, especially Master and PhD candidates, to present their research and visions of future(s) in our poster session at the conference. The poster session is scheduled at a prominent time during the conference and posters are displayed throughout the conference.

Poster proposals should include a title, an abstract of the poster theme (max. 200 words), three to five key words, as well as contact information and (a) short biography/-ies of the presenter(s).

The conference will follow the “two-role-model”, i.e. every participant may have a maximum of two functions (e.g. poster and speaker at a panel).

Please send your poster proposal (in English, German or Spanish language) by February 4th of 2019 to [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.]. The proposals will be selected in February 2019.

Here you'll find our Call for Posters with the guidelines for poster presentations.

We are looking forward to your visions of future(s) in the Americas!

Hier geht es zur deutschen Version des Call for Posters.

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