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Submission Types & Requirements

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Submission types and requirements are summarized in the chart below; for more detailed information, please click here.

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Individual Paper Submission Requirements

Please note: Abstracts are limited to 350 words.

Any audiovisual equipment (eg., LCD projector) must be requested in the online proposal submission.

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    TypeDescriptionSubmission Requirements

    Individual Paper

    • • 15–18 minute presentation

    • Program Committee will assign individual papers to sessions.

    350-word max abstract


    Session Types & Requirements

    Please note: Session and individual abstracts are limited to 350 words.

    Any audiovisual equipment (eg., LCD projector) must be requested in the online proposal submission.

    TypeDescriptionSubmission RequirementsNotes
    Panel

    Three 15-minute papers with chairperson and respondent

    OR

    Three 15–18-minute papers with chairperson

    • • Panel abstract

    • • Individual paper abstracts

    • • Chairperson required (respondent optional)

    Panel presenters may not chair session

    Seminar
    • • Sustained discussion of a question or problem (Two 90-minute sessions)

    • • Posted papers read by audience in advance

    • • Seminar abstract

    • • One sentence description for each participant

    • • Chairperson required

    • • Submit papers by Nov. 20
      (10–20 pp)

    • • Maximum 8 participants

    Roundtable

    Structured discussions around pre-circulated questions and/or texts with the option to share materials publicly to encourage more robust session audience participation

    • •  Abstract with overall goal of the session

    • • Questions discussants will address

    • • Role/contribution of each discussant

    • • Moderator required

    • • 3–5 discussants and active moderator

    • • Discussants prepare 3–5 minute responses

    Lightning Session

    Short presentations by 5–7 scholars

    • • Abstract with overall questions and goals

    • • Individual paper abstract

    Presentations 5–8 minutes

    Performance/Scholarship

    Two presentations incorporating live performance by the scholars

    • • Respondent and Chair Required

    • • Available as Session Submission Only

    • • Abstract with both scholarship and performance clarified

    Contact the AJS to discuss A/V needs in advance of submission

     

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