Proposals for individual papers and for pre-arranged panels will be accepted at the link below. The format is the same whether you are submitting to a special topic module or to the conference at large.
The call for papers for Ways of Knowing 2016 has now closed. The 2017 call for papers will open by summer, 2017.
Please submit a 300-word abstract explaining the topic, main argument, and methodology of the project. You will be asked to specify whether you are submitting your proposal to the General Call or to one of the Special Call modules. Individual papers will be organized into panels and should not exceed 20 minutes in delivery.
Proposals for panels on a particular topic may also be submitted to either the General Call or Special Calls. These can include three to five papers (including a respondent paper). Please submit: 1) a 300-word summary of the focus and purpose of the panel, specifying how each paper contributes to the overarching theme; 2) a 300-word abstract for each paper explaining the topic, main argument, and methodology of the project; 3) the name and contact information of the panel organizer/chair.
Any inquiries can be directed to Khytie Brown and H. McLetchie-Leader, Conference Coordinators, at firstname.lastname@example.org.