Submit an abstract (around 500 words in length including the research objectives, theoretical framework, methodology, and conclusions) and a brief Bio-CV (100 words maximum). Please fill out the Abstract Submission form available at https://forms.gle/tcBYQ9P9ktvaUcdP7
The abstract (300 to 500 words) must be written in English, with a clear outline of the arguments, theoretical framework, and methodology. Please, note that all the proposals will undergo a peer-review process.
This conference aims to bring together researchers, practitioners, and theorists for a three-day online debate. The conference will be held online through teleconference platforms (e.g., Zoom, Google Meet, etc.) for the panel discussions, and video platforms (e.g., Vimeo, YouTube, etc.) for papers’ presentations.
Participants must create and make their video-presentations available online (e.g., Vimeo, YouTube, etc.) to be shared with the conference participants and attendants through the conference's blog.
Video presentations should be no longer than 20 minutes.
Paper submissions will be grouped in sessions of 3-4 papers.
During the panel sessions, presenters will discuss and receive feedback from conference moderators and participants.
The language of the conference is English; no translation services will be provided.
Because of the urgency and importance of the themes discussed, the Proceedings will be published soon after the conference. Authors should be prepared to submit their papers (presented papers revised based on their panel session discussions) within a month past the conference.
No registration fee will be charged for participation/presentation at this conference.
● Deadline for Submissions: Monday, April 12, 2021
● Notifications Sent Out: Friday, May 14, 2021
● Video-Presentations and Conference Paper Deadline: Monday, July 19, 2021
● Revised Post-Conference Paper Deadline: Monday, August 30, 2021