Fontbonne University in St. Louis, MO, in partnership with the Missouri History Museum, is hosting a conference called “Primary Source: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Memory and Identity.” Psychological scientists who study the connections between individual and collective memory and identity should consider submitting a proposal for this meeting by January 5, 2018. The meeting will be held in St. Louis May 17-19, 2018.
“This conference is interdisciplinary, and we especially invite papers that generate discussions between disciplines such as psychology, history, library and information science, museum studies, digital humanities, political science, religion, law, media studies (e.g., literature, film), and beyond,” reads the call for papers.
Those wishing to learn more background about this conference should read psychological scientist and conference co-organizer Jason R. Finley’s October 2017 Observer article on bridging psychological science and the humanities.
“Psychological scientists should submit to this conference if they want to engage in stimulating discussions at the intersection of psychology and the humanities,” says Finley.
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