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Submissions Deadline Approaching - ISA 2021 Annual Convention in Las Vegas

 
 

62nd Annual Convention

Call for Proposals

April 7th - 10th, 2021, Las Vegas, Nevada
Helen Milner, ISA President
Nita Rudra and Carew Boulding, Program Chairs
Submission Deadline: June 1st, 2020
(Proposal Guidelines Below)
 

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Our submission deadline for ISA's 2021 Convention in Las Vegas is quickly approaching! We hope you'll take a moment to review the call and submit a proposal.
 
If you have any trouble accessing your account or with the submission form, we're here to help! Feel free to contact ISA Headquarters and we'd be glad to do everything we can. We hope to see you in Las Vegas!
View the Call
Submit a Proposal
 
 
 

ISA understands that these are uncertain and complicated times, and that there are on-going concerns about the global health climate and how it will affect our upcoming conferences. ISA continues to monitor the situation around COVID-19 actively and regularly. We are optimistic and planning to hold our 2021 Annual Convention in Las Vegas, but will spend this year preparing for many possible scenarios. If you have any concerns or questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at isa@isanet.org - we welcome your queries and input.

For those who submitted to ISA2020 and/or were slated to present, you are welcome to resubmit your proposals for consideration for the 2021 program. Please note that previous acceptance to ISA2020 does not guarantee acceptance.

We wish you and yours well during this time, and we will do our best to keep you informed and involved along the way.

 
 
 

Types of Submissions

ISA's Governing Council and Program Chairs have defined the types of proposals we accept. In addition to the traditional types defined below, ISA accepts a number of specialty sessions including innovative panels and proposals to hold an instructor-led course on site. You can find out more about our submission types on our website.
  • Papers: Accepted papers will be formed into panels by our Program Chairs. They require a title (limited to 50 words), an abstract (limited to 200 words), three tags, and at least one author.
  • Flash Talks: Accepted flash talks will be formed into Flash Talk Sessions by our Program Chairs. They require a title (limited to 50 words), an abstract (limited to 200 words), three tags, and at least one author.
  • Panels: Panels are submitted in full with five papers for review by our Program Chairs. They require a title (limited to 50 words), an abstract (limited to 200 words), three tags, a chair, a discussant, and exactly five papers. Please note that we do not accept four or six paper panels.
  • Roundtables: Roundtables are submitted in full for review by our Program Chairs. They do not have papers and are designed for expert discussion on a topic. They require a title (limited to 50 words), an abstract (limited to 200 words), three tags, and at least five participants in addition to one chair.
  • Junior Scholar Symposium: JSS submissions are not separate submission types, but all individual papers can also be marked for consideration this program (you'll find a check box at the bottom of the general tab in the submission form).
Learn More about Submission Types

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