We seek papers that exhibit careful research, original thinking, and clear writing.
- Papers should be 7-15 pages in length, double-spaced. Purely bibliographic information does not count towards the page limit, although footnotes and endnotes with content do.
- Papers should clearly connect to Jewish Studies broadly conceived. We are looking for papers that examine aspects of Jewish experience from a variety of disciplines and viewpoints.
- You may submit a paper that you also used for a class. Any standard citation style is acceptable, but please be consistent.
- You may submit more than one paper, but a maximum of one paper per person will be accepted.
Papers should be submitted by Thursday, December 24th, 2020. Papers should be submitted as PDF documents via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Paper Submission.” The email must include your full name, university, and year. Your paper itself should NOT include your name. All papers must be in English, but you may let us know on your paper if you are not a native English speaker. By submitting a paper, you confirm that you are currently an undergraduate student and that the paper represents your own work and conforms to citation standards.
The conference will take place from approximately 10am to 5pm EST on February 14th. Presenters are expected to attend the entire conference. If they can commit to attending the entire conference, students affiliated with academic institutions outside of the United States and Canada may also submit papers.
We will notify you if your paper has been selected for presentation by mid-January. We look forward to reading your submission.