On behalf of Dr. Jenny Hofmann, Fiorina Giuliani, Prof. Willibald Ruch, and myself, we are pleased to announce that our exciting, interdisciplinary humor workshop for early career scholars has just received funding from the Graduate Campus to take place a second time. This year, we will also offer the option of virtual attendance if we receive enough interest from applicants, in the interest of sustainability and inclusion.
Reserve the dates now and plan to be in Zurich on January 30-31, 2020. We’ll have keynotes from top international humor scholars such as Sam Yam, a top 40 b-school prof under 40 (National University of Singapore) and the well-published Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock (University of Hamburg), as well as paper development roundtables, critical topic discussions, and networking galore.
To apply, please send the following in a single, combined PDF to Dr. Jenny Hofmann by September 30, 2019:
a 2-page (max.) CV; include your contact information, current affiliation, grants/awards, presentations, and publications,
a short (1/4 page) motivation letter including your aims for the workshop (e.g., related to your research and career), and
an abstract of a humor-related paper, including title, all authors and affiliations (250 words max).
All materials will be treated confidentially and only shared with the conference participants and experts. Of note, if you want to attend virtually, you still need to officially apply in the same way as the physical attendees.
More information will be posted here as we have it (e.g., a full, final list of confirmed speakers and a more detailed schedule), so stay tuned!