Submissions are now closed.
Panels can be proposed by an individual or sponsored by an institution, should consist of four paper presenters and a chair, and run for 80 minutes total (four x 15 minute presentations plus Q&A). Each presenter should participate in the conference once only, this means appearing once only on either a panel, panel discussion or roundtable.
Proposals must include:
Proposals for a stream of panels are welcome, but each panel will be reviewed on its own merits.
We strongly encourage multi-country or multi-disciplinary representation, as well as gender balance and the inclusion of a combination of junior and senior scholars, in all proposals. In addtion to a broad range of disciplinary and thematic streams, panels on professional practice are welcome.
Individuals agreeing to join a proposal should be committed to attending the conference from 3-5 July, should the proposal be accepted. If paper-givers have not registered by 30 March 2018, their name will be removed from the conference program and panel chairs will be asked to identify a replacement paper.
Proposal submissions for the conference will close at 11.59pm (AEST), 1 November 2017.