Extended deadline call for papers international conference 2022

23 November 2021

The deadline for submitting proposals for our international conference 'Negotiating Good Life in Times of Crisis' has been extended to December 10, 2021.

You are warmly invited to submit a paper, to attend this international conference 'Negotiating Good Life in Times of Crises' and to reflect with us on good life from various contexts, in times of crisis and beyond, and on the way religion relates to this in various forms, and in multiple traditions in historical and contemporary perspective. 

Determine which type of proposal you wish to submit. You can either submit an individual paper proposal or a panel session proposal.

Paper proposal

 A paper written by you (and possibly a co-author) that you will present in response to the conference theme. The timeslot for a paper presentation is 20 minutes.  Please submit the title of your proposal, and an abstract of 150-200 words describing the content of the proposed paper. Proposals must include one’s name, email-address, and current affiliation and position, if any. 

Panel proposal

A proposal of a complete session of 3 or 4 different papers on a common theme related to the conference theme, complete with its own description, title, a presider, paper presentations, and (optionally) a respondent. Presenters in a panel session must submit their proposals (each also with a title and abstract of 150-200 words) to the panel session organiser, who in turn is responsible for submitting the entire proposal. 

Timeslot for a panel is 60 or 90 minutes, with each paper presentation lasting no longer than 15 minutes. The proposal should include for all participants one’s name and current affiliation or position, if any.

Extended deadline for submitting proposals: 9 December, 2021

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