CFP: Limina, Solidarity Conference

10-11 October 2024 (in person)

The Limina collective conference committee invites proposals for 20-minute papers from across the breadth of humanities research to explore the theme of Solidarity.

Paper topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Solidarity across social, political, economic, ecological, and/or psychological studies
  • Contemporary and/or historic demonstrations of solidarity 
  • Activism and advocacy studies
  • Solidarity and its antithesis
  • Forms of solidarity: fraternity, sisterhood/brotherhood, kinship, and nationality
  • Solidarity in utopian thought and studies
  • Crisis and resolution: falling apart and coming together
  • Theorising solidarity: past, present and/or future
  • Solidarity across temporal/geographical distance
  • Inter/intradisciplinary solidarity
  • Depictions of solidarity in art, literature, and media
  • Any other topics related to the theme of solidarity

Limina is open to all scholars and encourages HDR students and early career researchers (ECRs) to submit abstracts for this in-person conference.

Please submit abstracts (max. 200 words) and a short biography (max. 50 words) to before the end of July 2024. Please specify in your proposal whether you are willing to chair a panel.