~ The Humanities and Social Sciences Respond to Climate Change ~

Inviting submissions for Two-to-Four Minute Thesis presentations and/or Poster Presentations for a one-day Climate Change Research Showcase. Featuring climate change research in the humanities and social sciences at Carleton, the showcase will start conversations and collaboration across a range of disciplines and projects.

Proposals Due: 25 February 2020

The Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) format was originally introduced for the presentation of graduate student research but has been taken up in recent years to all researchers via the SSHRC Storytellers competition. Because it has proven to be such an effective way of sharing ideas across disciplines and research areas, we’re inviting participants to present their work in two to four minutes or as a poster presentation. You may summarize an entire research program, a book or book project, an article, a conference paper, a graduate or undergraduate paper, research-inflected teaching or pedagogy, or a work in progress. This call is open to

  • University faculty members 
  • Graduate students
  • Undergraduate students
  • Administrators at Carleton
  • Theatre groups, etc
  • NGOs
  • Student and/or other climate change groups
  • Artists
  • Musicians

Please send a topic description of no more than 50 words to Brenda Vellino (BrendaVellino@Cunet.Carleton.Ca) by 25 February.  All are welcome to submit!