SUBMISSIONS

Dialogic Matters: Social and Material Challenges for Dialogue in 21st Century

 

Submission opened on December 1, 2018,  and closes on February 15, 2019, at 23:59 Central Standard Time (GMT +5). Notification of acceptance is in March, 2019.

EXTENDED ABSTRACT CRITERIA

Extended abstracts for presentations are limited to 1000-1500 words in length. Extended abstracts should clearly indicate: the specific phenomenon the contribution focuses on; the theoretical framework, the research method(s), the empirical bases of the study or the empirical illustration of the theoretical point(s).

Extended abstracts should be submitted as Word files (.doc or .docx) attached to a separate cover sheet file (see the instructions, below). Any Table or Figure should be inserted in the main document.

Each submission should also provide the following information at the end of the abstract:

  1. 5-7 keywords of your study; and
  2. specify one to two subthemes to which your extended abstract most fits (applying descriptive methods to dialogue; relational ontology; dialogue and othering; dialogue and power; case studies; materiality, space, and place; dialogue in and about crisis; dialogue, learning, and transformation)

Reviewing will be double-blind. In the main document, authors must make a good faith effort to anonymize their submissions, and they should not identify themselves either explicitly or by implication (e.g., through the references or acknowledgments). Any citation style is permitted (e.g., MLA, APA, Chicago).

An author can submit up to a maximum of two extended abstracts where she or he is the first (or single) author.

An author is welcome to submit more than two extended abstracts as second/third author.

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Extended Abstract Proposals

1. Download the files below: COVER_IADA_2019 + EXT_ABSTRACT_IADA_2019

2. Fill in the COVER_IADA_2019 file and rename it as follows: COVER_IADA_2019_First-Author-Surname.doc
e.g. COVER_IADA_2019_Castor.doc

3. Fill in the EXT_ABSTRACT_IADA_2019 file and rename it as follows: EXT_ABSTRACT_IADA_2019_First-author.doc
e.g. EXT_ABSTRACT_IADA_2019_Castor.doc

Note that any Table or Figure should be inserted in the Paper file (not separately).

4. Files (COVER + ABSTRACT file) should be sent together by email to: IADA2019@uwp.edu with the following text on the Subject line: IADA SUBMISSION-First-Author-Surname
e.g. Subject: IADA SUBMISSION-Castor.

PANEL PROPOSAL CRITERIA

Proposals for panels consisting of three or more presenters or discussants may be submitted. A panel proposal should contain a 400-500 word abstract that explains the panel goal(s) and how the panel relates to the theme of the conference. The panel presentations should be inter-connected with each other and collectively, contribute to a greater understanding of ‘dialogic matters.’ A range of formats is acceptable for panel proposals. For instance, the panel made consist of research presentations that examine a common topic, theme, and/or dataset from different perspectives; a panel may consist of varied position statements on a given issue or topic. Panel proposals should be submitted as Word files (.doc or .docx) attached to a separate cover sheet file (see the instructions, below).  

Each submission should also provide the following information at the end of the panel proposal abstract:

  1. 5-7 keywords for the panel;
  2. specify one to two subthemes to which the panel most fits (applying descriptive methods to dialogue; relational ontology; dialogue and othering; dialogue and power; case studies; materiality, space, and place; dialogue in and about crisis; dialogue, learning, and transformation);
  3. A 50-75 word statement on why the proposal is appropriate for a cohesive panel (rather than submission as individual papers);
  4. Panel chair, including institutional affiliation and email address
  5. Presenter or discussant names, along with title for each presentation, and institutional affiliations and email addresses for each presenter
  6. For each presenter or discussant, a 75-100 word abstract of his or her presentation

Reviewing will be double-blind. In the main document, authors must make a good faith effort to anonymize their submissions, and they should not identify themselves either explicitly or by implication (e.g., through the references or acknowledgments). Any citation style is permitted (e.g., MLA, APA, Chicago).

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Panel Proposals

1. Download the files below: COVER_IADA_2019 + PANEL_IADA_2019

2. Fill in the COVER_IADA_2019 file and rename it as follows: COVER_IADA_2019_Panel-chair-surname.doc
e.g. COVER_IADA_2019_Castor.doc

3. Fill in the PANEL_IADA_2019 file and rename it as follows: PANEL_IADA_2019_First-author.doc
e.g. PANEL_IADA_2019_Castor.doc

4. Files (COVER + PANEL file) should be sent together by email to: IADA2019@uwp.edu with the following text on the Subject line: IADA SUBMISSION-First-Author-Surname
e.g. Subject: IADA SUBMISSION-Castor

 

We look forward to your contributions!

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Authors submitting more than one extended abstract and/or proposal should send them by separate emails.

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