The 4th International Conference on the Humanities
Venue: University of Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia
Date: 3 - 6 July 2006
Main Theme: Global and Local Dialogues in the Humanities
The Humanities Conference is attended and supported by delegates who wish to
share knowledge and to learn from the experience of others on an
international level. The 2006 event will bring together some of the world's
leading thinkers and practitioners in the humanities field.
Main speakers include:
Tariq Ali: Novelist, historian and political campaigner
Bassam Tibi: Professor of International Relations in Goettingen and also
A.D. White Professor at Large in Cornell.
Kate Soper: Professor of Philosophy, ISET (Institute for the Study of
European Transformations), London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom.
Tom Nairn: Professor of Nationalism and Cultural Diversity, Globalism
Research Institute, RMIT University, Melbourne.
Joan Copjec: Professor, Departments of English and Comparative Literature,
and Director, Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture, (The State
University of New York) SUNY Buffalo.
Presentations which have been accepted for inclusion in the conference
program can be viewed at:
If you have missed our previous call-for-papers, we still have vacancies in
our program, and encourage you to submit a proposal to the Conference Committee.
- Talking Circles
If you would like to be involved in facilitating a Talking Circle please
contact Despina - [log in to unmask] You can find
information regarding the Talking Circles at:
- Proposal Submission for the Humanities Conference
We are currently accepting proposal submissions to the 2006 Humanities
Conference at http://h06.cgpublisher.com/proposals/proposal_entry_intro
The deadline for the next round call for papers is 31st May 2006.
Details regarding traveling to Tunisia, as well as local transportation can
be viewed at http://h06.cgpublisher.com/tunisia.html
Further details can be found on the conference website at: