EAAS Proposal of a Workshop for 2014 Conference
This form is to be filled out by *one* of the proposed chairs, who should first obtain from the co-chair the required personal information, including the short CV. Both chairs must be members of a constituent association of EAAS. Proposers from countries outside the span of EAAS must be members of their respective American Studies Associations, or of another organization with an appropriate focus (OAH, APSA, etc.). Chairs can, in due course, present a paper within their own workshop.
Chair 1: Surname, First Name *
Chair 1 will be regarded as the corresponding chair (all messages will be sent to this chair); this chair will also communicate within fourteen days of the end of the conference the titles of TWO papers presented at the workshop (and the contact details of their authors) that the chairs recommend for possible inclusion in the EAAS volume dedicated to the conference.
Chair 1: email address *
Chair 1: Institutional Affiliation *
university name and, optionally, title of the position you hold there (if no institutional appointment, pls write "independent scholar")
Chair 1: association affiliation *
name of the constituent association of EAAS you are a member of; or ASA, or another organization with an appropriate focus (OAH, APSA, etc.)
Chair 1: short CV *
no more than 250 words, please
Chair 1 agreement *
Required
Chair 2: Surname, First Name *
Chair 2 will be asked to submit a report on the workshop within fourteen days after the end of the conference.
Chair 2: email address *
Chair 2: Institutional Affiliation *
university name and, optionally, title of the position you hold there (if no institutional appointment, pls write "independent scholar")
Chair 2: association affiliation *
name of the constituent association of EAAS you are a member of; or ASA, or another organization with an appropriate focus (OAH, APSA, etc.)
Chair 2: short CV *
no more than 250 words, please
Chair 2 agreement *
Required
Workshop Title *
Workshop Abstract *
The proposed topic should be presented very clearly within the space of one page (no more than 500 words); it will be assessed by the Board on the following criteria, each of which will carry the same weight: 1) relation to conference theme; 2) originality and strength of proposal; 3) likelihood of attracting papers and audience; 4) other considerations (general impression of the proposal; scholarship; extent to which the discipline has been represented at EAAS conferences previously; etc.)
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