NCTEAR 2023 Conference Proposal Submissions
The first/corresponding author should complete this Google Form. Additional authors/presenters should be included below as part of the proposal. The Google Form will automatically generate and email you a copy of submission.

All proposals should be clearly written and not more than 800 words in length (not including references). 


Individual Papers

We invite individual paper proposals that explore compelling questions, tensions, and uncertainties - both within individual projects and the field as a whole - that focus on literacies of solidarity.  While conferences can often be a context of sharing projects in a linear, tidy manner, we encourage presenters to consider the messy, untidy, and complex in their proposal, and to do so in ways that are interactive and generative. 

Proposals for individual papers can report empirical or conceptual work. Proposals should include: 

  • Title
  • 100-150 word abstract

  • Empirical research:  question(s) or purpose(s); methodology; theoretical framework; findings; and a brief discussion of the central questions, tensions, and/or uncertainties explored in the presentation. 

  • Conceptual work:  may also include more traditional elements such as a  clear description of the theoretical / conceptual argument being made and the basis / warrants for the argument, and the contribution of the theoretical / conceptual argument to the field.  

Symposia

A symposium consists of a series of 3 presentations plus a chair (and discussant if desired). The presentations must be clearly related (e.g., address a topic from different perspectives, report different aspects of a larger study, etc.) and focus on generative discussion that can advance our understanding of how solidarities can be facilitated by literacy research and practices. In particular, we encourage symposia proposals that explore compelling questions, tensions, and uncertainties in ways that are interactive and foster dialogue among presenters and attendees.

Proposals for a symposium should include: 

  • Title
  • 100-150 word abstract

  • Description of the symposium that includes the title and description of the individual papers. The descriptions for each paper should address question(s) or purpose(s); methodology; theoretical framework; findings; and a brief discussion of the central questions, tensions, and/or uncertainties explored in the presentation.  

Roundtables

Works-in-progress roundtable sessions provide opportunities for presenters to share empirical works-in-progress (including qualitative, quantitative, narrative inquiry, ethnographic, practitioner research, etc.) with a small group of colleagues and to engage in extended discussion of their research. 

Proposals for a work-in-progress roundtable should include: 

  • Title
  • 100-150 word abstract

  • Description of the roundtable that includes research question(s)/purposes, theoretical framework, methodology, and a description of the corpus of data to be shared at the roundtable. 

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