Society for Values in Higher Education
92nd Annual Meeting
The Politics of Dissent
Satire, Sarcasm, and Spite in Civil Society
July 13-17, 2016
Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
Some see satire and other forms of political humor as undermining the civility necessary for the functioning of a civil society. Others see these forms of expression as signs of healthy democratic discourse. At its 2016 annual meeting, the Society for Values in Higher Education will explore the nature of civil discourse. How can we establish a more robust and productive dialogue with one another—across our political, religious, and cultural divides? Paper or panel proposals are invited on (but not limited to) the following questions:
Direct inquiries and proposals to Eric Bain-Selbo, Executive Director, Society for Values in Higher Education (email@example.com). Proposals should not exceed 1000 words. Proposals will be reviewed as they are submitted. Review will continue until all available slots are filled. No proposals will be accepted after the deadline of June 1, 2016. Interdisciplinary and/or practice oriented proposals are especially encouraged.
Those selected to present will receive a reduced registration rate of $50 for members or $75 for non-members (which includes a complimentary year-long membership) for the 2016 Fellows Meeting. Two papers will be selected for the Robert Spivey Excellence in Scholarship Awards which include a prize of $300 each. To be eligible for an award, completed papers must be submitted by July 1, 2016 and authors are required to attend
Click here to download a printable version of the CFP.