21.05.2018

Submission of the Abstracts

If you are interested in presenting a paper or a poster, or proposing a full panel (including 3–4 papers), or an experimental ethnographic session/workshop, please submit an abstract of 250 words, including 4–6 keywords, the title, the author(s)’ name(s), affiliations, and contacts by 31 AUGUST 2018 to the conference organizers’ at email address: ethnotwist@jyu.fi. Notification of acceptance of papers and panels will be sent by 10 OCTOBER 2018.

NB: The registration to the conference will begin after the acceptance of papers and panels. Unfortunately the organizers of the conference will not be able to cover any traveling costs of the participants or offer any grants for the participants.

When submitting your abstract, please follow these instructions:

  • Paper:

Mention the type of your submission: a paper. Please include to your submission: the author(s)’ name(s), affiliation(s) and contact(s), a title, an abstract of 250 words, and 4–6 keywords.

  • Poster:

Mention the type of your submission: a poster. Please include to your submission: the author(s)’ name(s), affiliation(s) and contact(s), a title, an abstract of 250 words, and 4–6 keywords. Posters will be displayed in the conference and presented by the author(s) in a scheduled poster session.

  • Panel:

Mention the type of your submission: a panel. Please include to your submission: the chair(s)’ name(s), affiliation(s) and contact(s), and a title, an abstract of 250 words, and 4–6 keywords for the panel. In addition, please include to the submission 3-4 abstracts for papers with following information for each paper: the author(s)’ name(s), affiliation(s) and contact(s), a title, an abstract of 250 words, and 4–6 keywords.

  • Experimental ethnographic session/workshop:

Mention the type of your submission: an experimental ethnographic session/workshop. Please include to your submission: the name(s), affiliation(s) and contact(s) of the session’s/workshop’s coordinator(s), a title, an abstract of 250 words, and 4–6 keywords.

Experimental ethnographic sessions/workshops are given a seminar room and scheduled to the conference program in a same way as regular paper sessions. Experimental ethnographic sessions/workshops last from 1 to 1,5 hours, and they are open for all conference participants. These sessions and workshops may move from the seminar rooms to other spaces at the university or outside at the campus depending on how their coordinators plan to implement them.