Reminder: Proposals for Papers, Panels, and Roundtables for CAAS 2019 Due December 1st!Published on November 10, 2018
Reminder: Proposals for Papers, Panels, and Roundtables for CAAS 2019 Due December 1st!
Reminder: proposals for papers, panels and roundtable submissions for the 2019 CAAS Conference “Thinking Africa-World: Originality and Innovative Practices,” taking place at the University of Quebec in Montreal, from May 16th– 19th* 2019, are due no later than December 1st. More information regarding the conference can be found on our website: https://caas-acea.org/conference/about/.
In order to submit your proposals, we ask that you use the following link: http://caas.ignitewebsolutions.com
This quick and easy tool will aid in your submission for this year’s conference. In order to submit an abstract, an account must be created. Following the creation of an account, you will be redirected to the submission page where you will be able to submit your abstract. If there are any difficulties with your submission, please be sure to be in contact as soon as possible.
Please note that conference + CAAS membership fees to be paid no later than April 1st and are as follows:
- $240 CAD “early bird” if paid by 15 March
- $275 if paid by 1st of April
Graduate students and Africa-based scholars:
- $120 “Early bird” if paid by 15 March
- $140 if paid by 1st of April
We look forward to receiving your submissions in the coming weeks. If there are any questions or concerns regarding this year’s conference or membership, please do not hesitate to contact Annisha Sealy, Admin. Officer, email@example.com, Canadian Association of African Studies, 439 Paterson Hall | Carleton University
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