Deadlines to submit content for the 2019 Sesquicentennial Annual Meeting in San Diego are now live.
April 9 is the deadline for the following:
- All proposals for panels, workshops, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
- Reports from organizers of committee, organizer-refereed, and affiliated group panels who have issued their own CFPs.
- Proposals for organizer-refereed panels for 2020.
- Applications for new affiliated group charters and for renewals of current charters.
April 25 is the deadline for all individual submissions:
- Individual abstracts for oral presentation (20 minute papers) and for posters.
- Short abstracts for new lightning talks (see individual submission guidelines).
These can be found on the 2019 Annual Meeting Page. Also, do note the new "Lightning Talks" format, with its description below.
"The new lightning talks session allows presenters to speak for six minutes on a topic and benefit from fourteen minutes of discussion after the presentation. Depending on the number of submissions and the number of abstracts accepted, there may be more than one session of lighting talks. The lightning talks will offer presenters the opportunity to explore broader new ideas in research and pedagogy, or to report on a very specific finding. Abstracts should present the key idea or contribution of the proposed talk, and should be no more than 60 words in length. Bibliographies are not required. These abstracts will be printed in the Abstract Book. Presenters can request AV equipment. Individuals may not submit an abstract for both a lightning talk and oral presentation of a paper or a poster."
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