The Fourth Annual Coptic Canadian History Project Conference will be held April 24, 2020 at the University of Minnesota. The theme is “Victim, Symbol, or Actor? Middle Eastern Migrants in Transnational Perspectives.” The conference aims to encourage scholarly collaboration and to unite junior researchers in the field of Coptic Studies, Middle East Studies, and those researching migration, transnationalism, victimization, and beyond.
The full call for papers and information on registration can be found on the CCHP website.
Applicants are invited to submit a 250-word abstract for individual papers. Submissions must be accompanied by a short biographical statement and contact information. CCHP will be accepting papers that engage with the theme of the conference and encourages interdisciplinary submissions on a wide range of topics. More information on potential topics as well as a more detailed description of the conference can be found on the website.