Proposal Request: Frontiers of Democracy Conference – Jun 20-22
Posted by Tufts University on March 19, 2019
Frontiers of Democracy is an annual conference hosted by the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University since 2009.
In 2019, the conference will take place from June 20 (evening) until June 22 (midday) at the downtown Boston campus of Tufts University. The inaugural fellowship class of the Lead for America program, participants in the American Political Science Association’s Institute of Civically Engaged Research (ICER), and current and past participants in the Summer Institute of Civic Studies will be part of the conference. Frontiers 2019 is co-sponsored by Cities of Service, Lead for America, and the Deliberative Democracy Consortium.
Proposals are being accepted for individual talks, panels, and other kinds of sessions, such as moderated discussions, workshops, planning meetings, etc. Please submit proposals here by March 31, 2019. Check back often for updates on the conference speakers, schedule, and other details as they are finalized.
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