You will have the opportunity to submit your submission to a second Division to review during the submission process. Please take advantage of this option if you think your submission would fit well into more than one division.
b) Review the updated AJS submission types and requirements, and determine the submission type and subject area division (and, if appropriate, second-best division) that best suits your submission.
c) Coordinate with chairs/co-presenters for pre-formed session submissions. In past years, pre-formed sessions have had a significantly higher acceptance rate, so we encourage members to apply as pre-formed sessions whenever possible. If you have any questions or would like to try and identify potential co-panelists, contact division chairs, or reach out to other scholars to form or join a session proposal.*
*Please note: Sharing an idea for a session or paper through this forum DOES NOT constitute a submitted proposal and will not be reviewed. Only complete proposals submitted through the AJS Conference Submission Site will be considered for inclusion in the conference program.
Review our diversity and submission guidelines to ensure that your participation and proposal meet AJS conference requirements.
d) Confirm with all presenters any necessary audiovisual requirements prior to submission. Once sessions are scheduled, additional equipment cannot be added to the session rooms.
Please note: The maximum length for both session abstracts and individual presentation abstracts is 350 words.
b) If applying for a pre-formed session, review AJS diversity guidelines to ensure that your panel meets diversity expectations
c) Have Questions? Find answers at our Submission Preparation FAQ
d) Review Membership and Conference Costs FAQ
a) You will need to be an AJS member for 2022 to complete the submission process. If you are not yet a member, please join via the MyAJS Portal. For step-by-step instructions on how to enroll or renew your membership, click here.
c) Questions? Confused? Check out the videos about submitting proposals and recordings of the How to Write an Abstract workshops or contact Conference Content Manager Mary Arnstein.
d) The program committee and division chairs will carefully review, evaluate and rank the submissions received.
The Program Committee will let you know, no later than mid-August, whether or not your submission will be included in the conference program. We hope to include as many papers as possible, but please do keep in mind that we expect to receive about 1000 submissions and, unfortunately, we are limited by space and time as to how many submissions we can accept. We anticipate that we will only be able to accept about 70% of the submissions we receive. Upon acceptance, make sure to register for the conference before August 31 to hold your presentation spot.
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