Call for Papers – SCJS Annual Conference, July 28-30, 2013, Colorado Springs
By Matthew Warshawsky
The Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies will be holding its 23rd Annual Conference Sunday, July 28, through Tuesday, July 30, 2013, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
We invite papers on crypto-Judaism from any discipline (e.g., anthropology, history, sociology, philosophy, literature, music, etc.) and from any geographic location or time period.
We also welcome papers on all aspects of the Sephardic experience and that of other communities exhibiting crypto-Jewish phenomena.
Papers breaking new ground in research on crypto-Jews in
New Mexico and Southern Colorado are particularly welcome.
Interested scholars and professionals, including advanced graduate students, are invited to submit proposals for papers, presentations, or workshops.
Proposals are also welcome from individuals with personal stories or other personal research relating to crypto-Judaism.
Proposals may be for individual papers/presentations or for complete sessions on specific topics. Please indicate if presentation represents completed research or work in progress.
Conference presentation proposals must include a title, a 200-word abstract, and a brief bio.
Please send proposals or inquiries to
Matthew Warshawsky, International Languages and Cultures, University of Portland
email@example.com or submit electronically below
Proposal Deadline: April 1, 2013