Paper Proposal and Deadline
We encourage both senior and junior scholars, from different disciplines, whether theology, history, philosophy, or literature, to submit a paper proposal. Paper proposals should be maximum 300 words and fall within the theme of the congress, as described on the homepage.
Paper proposals can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach two separate Word documents in one email.
- Document one: Your paper proposal. Please include a bibliography with a maximum of five consulted sources. All references to the author should be removed from this document.
- Document two: Your last name, first name, Email address, institutional address, the title of your abstract, the topic under which your paper falls, as well as a short CV (1 page max.).
Extended Deadline: February 29, 2020
We will review all submitted paper proposals and you will receive a response by April 24, 2020. If your proposal is accepted, you will be invited to present your paper at the congress.
Please be advised that your presentation will be limited to approximately twenty minutes.
A special issue of the online journal Jonathan Edwards Studies will be dedicated to publishing a select number of papers presented at the congress.
You can download a printable PDF version of this Call for Papers here. Please feel free to forward this document to anyone interested in this congress.