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Call for session DWYS for ACHS 2020 in London

News: Sep 02, 2019

CCHS archives cluster invites to a DWYS curated session at the ACHS biannual conference in London 2020.

The curated session is to be included in the sub-theme ‘Future methods and approaches to critical heritage studies’ (see below and here https://achs2020london.com/submissions/). Some additional information: A curated session must be submitted as a group of 4 or 8 papers of 20 mins each (usually 15 minutes for the paper itself and 5 min question time) which will be assigned a single or double session block of 1.5 or 3 hours respectively. This means you will need to organise presentation speakers for your session in advance of the deadline. All session proposals must identify one or more session organisers and provide both a session title and abstract of up to 250 words along with individual paper presenters, titles and abstracts of up to 250 words each. Sessions may also identify a discussant but that individual should also be allocated a 20 minute paper slot, so that the total number of papers including the discussant paper should not exceed 4 or 8 papers. Please note that we particularly encourage sessions which are co-organised by pairs of scholars from different countries, regions, institutions and/or disciplines to facilitate international and interdisciplinary conversations across key topics. Session convenors will be responsible for submitting session proposals and the accompanying individual paper abstracts.

Session invitation

Please submit abstracts to Astrid von Rosen (astrid.von.rosen@arthist.gu.se) and Andrew Flinn (a.flinn@ucl.ac.uk) before October 1. We will submit the whole curated session abstract including individual abstracts on October 15. It would be very helpful if you could get back to us quickly with expressions of interest, so that we can have an indication of topics and calculate if we are doing a 4 or 8 paper session.

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