Call for Abstracts: Carnegie Council 2020 Student Research Conference on International Affairs
The conference will be held at Carnegie Council’s New York City headquarters* on Friday, May 8, 2020. Presentations must be based on original research conducted by the presenter and should make a normative argument about an issue in international affairs or relating to global governance. For example, topics may involve human rights, media and technology, international law, transitional justice, peace-building, democracy, sustainability, and transparency.
Presentations slots are limited. We ask that all interested candidates submit an abstract of no more than 500 words by Monday, March 23, 2020. Selected presenters will be notified by Friday, April 3, 2020. Students should plan a 10 to 15-minute presentation for an audience of professors, professionals, and peers. The event is free and open to all who would like to attend.
The top presentation, as decided by a panel of experts, will receive the opportunity to be published on the Ethics & International Affairs blog. The judging panel will be chaired by Adam Read-Brown, editor of the Ethics & International Affairs peer-reviewed journal.
Please email your 500-word abstract to Richard Anar at email@example.com, with the subject line: Carnegie Conference 2020. Include your full name, email, university, and major/graduate program. Recent graduates are also welcome to submit.