CALL FOR PAPERS / call for papers / instructions for the submission
CALL FOR PAPERS
We hope to receive papers and presentations for the following parallel sessions:
7. Temporary city (> Round table meeting)
If the theme of your presentation doesn’t match the given sessions, you can still send an abstract / proposal of the presentation to us, and additional working groups will be organized for these extra presentations.
The parallel sessions are open to all registered participants who have paid the seminar fee, including those who do not make a presentation.
We are happy to welcome also other than traditional academic papers. Therefore, we also accept artistic projects and alternative presentations. For this option, see the instructions for other proposals. The other proposals can include any creative ways (art, workshops, performances etc) to discuss the themes of the seminar.
Notice that in the parallel sessions (except the poster session), each presentation lasts usually c. 20 minutes and takes place in a lecture hall. If your artistic / alternative presentation takes more time than this or needs a place other than the lecture hall, you can also make a proposal for a presentation outside a parallel session. The seminar organizers can’t guarantee that all these other proposals can be realized, but we try to build up the seminar programme as flexible as possible.
There will be also a possibility to present a poster or other visual material during a seminar. Notice that the size of the poster board is 80x100 cm, so the poster shouldn’t be larger than that.
Participants who wish to make a presentation during the seminar are asked to send an abstract (max. 250 words), other proposal (max. 500 words) or a poster description (max. 100 words) by e-mail to rilund [a] utu.fi latest by 1st of March 2011.
Language of abstracts, presentations and posters: English.
20th–21st May 2011
University of Turku, Finland
CALL FOR PAPERS IS CLOSED.