The 2014 Global Studies Conference will address a range of critically important ideas relating to globalization in the world today. We are inviting proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, or colloquia (See Proposal Types) addressing Global Studies through one of the following themes:
|Economy and Trade
||Politics, Power and Institutions|
|Society and Culture
||Resources and Environment|
Proposal ideas that extend beyond these thematic areas will also be considered. Description of the ideas and themes underlying this community can be found in Our Focus:Themes.
Virtual participation is available for those who are unable to attend the conference in person. Proposals for virtual presentations may be submitted at any time, up to the start of the conference. All conference registrants (in-person and virtual) may also submit their written papers for publication in the Global Studies Journal.
Submit a Conference Proposal
To learn more about preparing and submitting your conference proposal, including guidelines, deadlines, and "how-to" information, go to Submitting Your Work: Conference Presentations.
To learn more about the conference, including speakers, session formats, venue, registration, and the like, stay in The Conference section of the website and use the navigation bar on the left to access desired information.
China and the Global Studies Conference
Entering its seventh year, the Global Studies Conference meets annually to discuss the dynamics of globalization in today"s world. The Global Studies Conference serves as an open forum for exploring globalization from many perspectives. As the center of one of the emerging BRICS economies, Shanghai is a relevant and ideal location to discuss China"s role in globalization.