The deadline for submitting paper, panel and roundtable proposals has been extended to midnight (GMT) 23 October.
BASEES will consider proposals for individual papers that are not associated with a panel. They will be reviewed by the relevant stream organiser.
Abstracts to be included in an organised panel should also be submitted through this proces. The author of each abstract should submit their abstract after the panel has been created and assign it to the appropriate panel.
A panel involves the presentation of prepared papers on a related topic, followed by structured discussion of those papers and Q&A. A panel proposal should have a Chair, a minimum of 3 to maximum of 4 papers. It can have a discussant, but this is not obligatory. The chair may serve also as a discussant or a paper presenter.
After the panel has been created, the individual paper presenters should submit their own abstract for inclusion in the panel
Roundtables involve the structured discussion of a topic/theme, without the presentation of papers. A roundtable proposal should have a Chair; and minimum of 3 to maximum of 5 roundtable speakers. Roundtable speakers will not present a “paper”, i.e. there will be no paper titles in the programme. The chair may serve also as a roundtable speaker, if necessary.
Paper, Roundtable and Panel submission is now open.
If you have not used the system before you will first be asked to create an account with your password. You can then come back to the system and change your abstract at any time up to the deadline for abstract submissions, which is 30 September 2022.
Abstracts should be not more than 1500 characters. Abstracts can be typed directly into the submission system, but if you copy and paste to submit your abstract from, for example, MS Word, ensure that you remove all formatting instructions.