Inaugurated in 1995, in Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference (AGIC) is an annual event that gathers scholars from across North America to present current research on a particular theme. As an interdisciplinary event, it serves as a bridge between several fields in the humanities as well as a network opportunity for graduate students and professors. AGIC strives at providing a platform to innovative research and new theoretical frameworks in order to advance research and develop theoretical ideas in the fields of humanities. The conference seeks to encourage dynamic interdisciplinary discussion in relation to this year’s central theme: “Shifting Boundaries: Re-directions, Mis-directions, and Alternative Methodologies in Contemporary Research”
To learn more about this year’s Call for Paper, please click here.
For further information, please contact Eli Mason or Claire English, Conference Presidents, at firstname.lastname@example.org