We are delighted to announce that the Call for Lightning Papers for 'Richard Hakluyt and the French Connection: Transfers of Global Geographical Knowledge from Paris to Oxford (late 16th – early 17th c)' is now open. This will be a one day event, held in Oxford on 4 February 2022, organised as part of the The Paris-Oxford Partnership (POP) Early Career Researcher Partnership Programme, and organised jointly by TIDE postdoctoral researchers Dr Lauren Working and Dr Emily Stevenson, and Louise McCarthy from the Université de Paris.
Graduate students and early career researchers are invited to present a short paper (5 minutes) at the event as part of a lightening talk panel: further details can be found below in the full Call for Papers, and papers may be presented in person or over Zoom.
Abstracts (150 words) in English should be sent along with a short biographical note (100 words) to <hakluyt.paris.oxford.2022[at]gmail.com > by 5 December 2021. Please email if you have any further queries. Notifications will be sent by 20 December 2021.
Call for Lightning Papers: Richard Hakluyt and the French Connection