The Call for Papers has closed.
Communication by session chairs of acceptance or rejection and comments on accepted abstracts: 31 October 2015
Abstracts are invited for the sessions and round tables outlined in the following document – EAHN2016 Call-for-Papers. They may be submitted between 1 June and 30 September 2015. Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be submitted to the conference email along with applicant’s name, professional affiliation, title of paper or position, a C.V. of no more than five pages, home and work addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers. [Submissions (please indicate the session): firstname.lastname@example.org]
In order to chair or present at the conference, one must be a member of EAHN – further details at members.eahn.org/members
Sessions will consist of either five papers or of four papers and a respondent with time for questions and dialogue at the end. Each paper should take no more than 20 minutes to present. Abstracts for session presentations should define the subject and summarize the argument to be made in the presented paper. The content of that paper should be the product of well-documented original research that is primarily analytical and interpretive rather than descriptive.
Round tables will have no more than six participants plus chairs and an extended time for dialogue, debate and discussion among participants and their public. Each discussant will have 10 minutes to present a position. Abstracts for round tables should summarize the position to be taken.
Papers may not have been previously published, nor presented in public. Only one submission per author will be accepted. All abstracts will be held in confidence during the selection process. In addition to the 20 thematic sessions and 4 round tables in the document below, open sessions may be announced. With the author’s approval, thematic session chairs may choose to recommend for inclusion in an open session a paper that was submitted to, but does not fit into, a thematic session.
Session and round table chairs will notify all persons submitting abstracts of the acceptance or rejection of their proposals and comment upon accepted ones no later than 31 October 2015. Authors of accepted paper proposals must submit the complete text of their papers to their chairs by 15 February 2016. Chairs may suggest editorial revisions to a paper or position in order to make it satisfy session or round table guidelines and will return it with comments to the speaker by 15 March 2016. Those speakers who would like their contributions to appear in the conference proceedings must submit them to the conference organisers by 15 April 2016. Chairs reserve the right to withhold a paper or discussion position from the program if the speaker has refused to comply with these guidelines. It is the responsibility of the chair(s) to inform speakers of these guidelines, as well as of the general expectations for both a session and participation in this meeting. Each speaker is expected to fund his or her own registration, travel and expenses to Dublin, Ireland.
Additional Guidelines for Paper Sessions: No paper may have more than two authors. Final presented papers should be no more than 2500 words, although texts of up to 4000 including notes may be included in the proceedings (submission to the proceedings is optional).
Additional Guidelines for Round tables: Initial position statements should be no more than 1250 words. Position statements of up to 2500 words including notes will be accepted for the proceedings (submission to the proceedings is optional).
International Scientific Committee:
- Kathleen James-Chakraborty, University College Dublin, chair
- Sussan Babaie, Courtauld Institute of Art, London
- Jiat-Hwee Chang, University of Singapore
- Jorge Correia, University of Minho
- Christian Freigang, Free University, Berlin
- Hilde Heynen, Catholic University Leuven
- Alona Nitzan-Shiftan, Technion, Haifa
- Nasser Rabbat, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
- Michela Rosso, Turin Polytechnic
- Mariann Simon, Corvinus University of Budapest
- Ola Uduku, University of Edinburgh