CSCA 2015 Convention - Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus - Call for Submissions
SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY CAUCUS
Call for Papers and Panels
2015 Central States Communication Association Conference
April 15-19, 2015
The Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus welcomes submissions of papers and panel proposals for the 2015 CSCA Conference.
Papers: The Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus is seeking cutting edge research regarding sex, gender, and sexuality to program for the 2015 conference. All paradigms and methodologies are welcome, and a top paper award will be assessed. Papers can follow APA, MLA, or Chicago styles, and must be the original work of the author(s). All author-identifiers should be removed from the second file (excluding previous scholarly works cited in the paper and listed in the references section). The e-mail subject line should be CSCA and the title of the paper. A Competitive Paper Submission Form must be submitted along with the paper. This form is located on the CSCA website. Papers not meeting these submission guidelines will not be distributed for review.
Panels: The Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus welcomes submissions of academic panel proposals, roundtable discussions, and other programming proposals beneficial to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and otherwise queer individuals and communities. Proposals need a title, brief abstract, designated person in charge of the program, and names/contact information for each session participant (including whether or not the participants are CSCA members). Discussion panels and paper panels must be submitted using the respective forms located on the CSCA website.
All technology requests must be made at the time of submission.
Deadline for submissions is October 3, 2014.
Send all submissions electronically in Microsoft Word to the primary convention planner address: email@example.com
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus Program Planner: David Ta
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