The German Studies Association (GSA) will hold its Thirty-Ninth Annual Conference in Washington, DC, October 1-4, 2015.
The Program Committee cordially invites proposals on any aspect of German, Austrian, or Swiss studies, including (but not limited to) history, Germanistik, film, art history, political science, anthropology, musicology, religious studies, sociology, and cultural studies. Proposals for entire sessions and for interdisciplinary presentations are strongly encouraged. Individual paper proposals and offers to serve as session moderators or commentators are also welcome.
The call for seminar topics went out in mid-October. That deadline is December 10. Applications for participation in seminars will be opened on January 6, 2015.
Learn about the submission process for 'traditional' papers, sessions, and roundtables, which opens on January 5, 2014. All proposals must be submitted online; paper forms are not accepted. The deadline for proposals is February 16, 2015.
Please note that presenters must be members of the German Studies Association. Get more information on membership.
In order to avoid complications later, the Program Committee would like to reiterate two extremely important guidelines here:
- No individual at the GSA Conference may give more than one paper or participate in more than two separate capacities.
- All rooms will be equipped with projectors. It is the responsibility of the submitter of proposed panels to ensure payment of the AV fee for use of this equipment. If the paper proposal requires high quality sound equipment, that justification must be made in detail at the time of submission.
For more information, see previous conference programs or contact members of the 2015 Program Committee:
- Program Director: Margaret Eleanor Menninger, Texas State University
- Pre-1800 (all fields): Sara Poor, Princeton University
- Nineteenth-century history/culture: Anthony J. Steinhoff, Universit' de Quebec, Montreal
- Twentieth- and twenty-first-century history: Scott Moranda, State University of New York at Cortland
- Twentieth- and twenty-first-century history: Heather Perry, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
- Twentieth- and twenty-first-century Germanistik: Christina Gerhardt, University of Hawai'i
- Twentieth- and twenty-first-century Germanistik: Christian Rogowski, Amherst College
- Contemporary politics, economics, and society: Robert Mark Spaulding, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
- Interdisciplinary/Diachronic: Deborah Ascher Barnstone, University of Technology, Sydney
- Interdisciplinary/Diachronic: David Imhoof, Susquehanna University