Call for Papers
12th Edition of the Postgraduate Forum E-Journal
School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University
The theme of this year’s issue of the PGF E-Journal seeks to reflect on the way in which “disruptions” have shaped historical disciplines and processes.
Studies of history are littered with the disruptions of peoples and places, politics and religion, memory and belief, but the term itself is rarely used. Does the concept of disruption offer any new perspective, and how do we recognise and define these disruptions? Does the term disruption have any genuine utility? Can we look at disruptions on a macro and micro scale? How do we deal with disruptions to scholarly narratives when new theories, interpretations, and material are discovered?
We are seeking abstracts for papers of 4000 words. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
- Historiographical Disruptions
- Material Disruptions
- Disruptions of Landscape
- Political Disruptions
- Social Disruptions
- Economic Disruptions
- Ideological/Philosophical Disruptions
- Religious Disruptions
- Medical Disruptions
- Urban or Rural Disruptions
- Disruption of Memory
- Natural or Environmental Disruption
- Textual Disruptions
- Narrative Disruptions
Please send abstracts of 250-300 words along with a CV to Amy Shields (email@example.com) by 28th August. If your paper is selected, the deadline for the final paper will the 2nd October.