Calls for papers
7th Annual Digital Pedagogy Institute (DPI) Conference
The Call for Proposals for the 7th Annual Digital Pedagogy Institute (DPI) Conference is now OPEN!
Attended by faculty, researchers, graduate students, educational developers, librarians, and many other university personnel, this two-day conference includes keynote addresses, presentations, workshops, and digital tool training that focus on the innovative use of digital technologies to enhance and transform undergraduate and graduate teaching.
THE DPI CONFERENCE EXPLORES:
• digital pedagogy best practices in STEM, the Humanities, and Social Sciences;
• digital pedagogy collaborations between faculty, educational developers, librarians, and/or graduate/undergraduate students;
• digital pedagogy collaborations with organizations outside the academy;
• the state of digital pedagogy education in higher education;
• digital pedagogy case studies, including course and assignment innovations;
• innovative new uses for traditional digital pedagogy tools.
WE ARE ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR:
• Presentations – 20 mins – (papers/presentations on projects, initiatives, case studies related to digital pedagogy)
• Workshops – 75 mins (up to 28 participants)
• Lightening Talks – 5 mins (brief presentations of topics related to conference themes above)
Please submit your proposal by April 14th, 2020.
Please email the Committee Chair - Paulina Rousseau, email@example.com should you have any questions.
23rd Annual International Security Conference
Date: May 11-12, 2020
Location: Balsillie School of International Affairs, 67 Erb St West, Waterloo, On
The Conference of Defence Associations (est. 1932) represents over 400,000 active and retired members of the Canadian Armed Forces. Its Institute produces peer-reviewed, evidence-based research and analysis on Canadian defence and international security and manages education programmes to foster a principled and rational approach to Canada’s foreign policy.
The International Security Conference (ISC) is the CDA Institute’s annual symposium for graduate students working in the fields of Canadian defence and security. For the second year, ISC will be hosted in collaboration with the Balsillie School of International Affairs, the Royal Canadian Military Institute and the Defence and Security Foresight Group.
This graduate student conference provides students working in the realm of defence and security with an opportunity to network with other scholars, practitioners, and public service leaders in the field. Participants will have the opportunity to present their research centered on Canada’s security and defence interests and policies. This is a fantastic opportunity for students who are seeking constructive discussions, questions and feedback from others interested and engaged in the defence and security field.
Reasons to attend ISC 2020:
- An opportunity to network with scholars and practitioners in the field of defence and security
- Cash award for best presentation ($1,000)
- Travel stipends available
The International Security Conference organizers welcome your proposals for papers across the spectrum of Canadian defence and security interests and issues, but suggested topics include:
- Peace operations and global engagement
- Women, Peace & Security, Gender-Based Analysis, Gender Mainstreaming in International Militaries
- Balance of Power, Deterrence, and Global Governance
- Regional security issues, terrorism, defence diplomacy
- North American defence, Five-Eyes intelligence network, multilateral defence organizations
- Defence capabilities, force planning, Canadian defence spending
- Canadian Armed Forces personnel recruitment, representation and well-being
- Artificial Intelligencce and autonomous systems
- Cyber security and information warfare
After the symposium, top articles will be invited to pursue publishing opportunities with host and partner organizations, like the CDA Institute’s Vimy Papers. The CDA Institute Vimy Papers are a peer-reviewed publication platform and are aimed at an audience of practitioners, policymakers and decision makers.
Proposals should include an abstract of no longer than 750 words accompanied by a one-page CV.
All proposals should be emailed to Kersty Kearney at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, 13 March 2020
Conferences and workshops
The Alterity of Affliction / Afflictions of Alterity University of Victoria (British Columbia), May 22-24, 2020
Keynote speaker: Cindy Baker
Deadline to submit: March 01, 2020
The Cultural, Social and Political Thought program at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, is pleased to announce our annual graduate student conference to be held from May 22 to May 24, 2020. We situate our conference on the traditional territories of the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples, whose relationships to the land continue to this day. We invite proposals for research papers, participatory projects, and artworks that address this year’s theme: the alterity of affliction. This conference seeks to facilitate an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary discussion about the limitations and new horizons of discourse on pain. How do we come to know and recognize pain in the other? In the self? And, how might we reconstruct what is lost after pain?
Potential themes and topics may include (but not limited to):
⮚ Literary, aesthetic and semiotic representations of pain and their challenges ⮚ Archives of hurt (e.g., Indigenous responses to the TRC, Abu Ghraib, Middle Passage, Witch Hunts)
⮚ Wounded attachments and the nation or community in pain
⮚ The materiality and/or corporeality of the body in pain
⮚ Inter-generational trauma or pain
⮚ Metaphorical limits of pain
⮚ The spectacles, speculations and spectral of injury or pain
⮚ Scenes of subjection and performances of healing
⮚ Regarding the pain of others and the visual fields of pain
⮚ Remaking: what comes after pain?
⮚ Masochism in feminism, queer theory, and post/colonialism
⮚ Disability, debility, and bodily capacities
⮚ Interventions of the medical humanities
⮚ What is pain? and phenomenological approaches
⮚ Animal models of pain and critical animal studies of hurt, affect, and trauma
⮚ Biopolitics, biopower, and posthuman perspectives
⮚ Ecological and environmental harm, or harmful human action
We invite submissions from graduate students from both the Humanities and Social Sciences, including but not limited to indigenous studies, critical black feminism, philosophy, theory, geography, anthropology, sociology, gender studies, cultural studies, literary studies, and history, in addition to visual artists who work within these topics. In light of our theme, we seek to assemble a diverse group of scholars, artists, and activists, in order to foster interdisciplinary discussions through artworks and presentations that are approximately 15 to 18 minutes in length.
Artists can indicate if they also want to give a 15 to 18 minutes talk on their work, though this is not mandatory for participation.
Submission Guidelines: If you are interested in presenting at the 2020 CSPT Graduate Student Conference, please email the following information to email@example.com by March 01, 2020 at 11:59pm:
- Your name, contact information, and affiliation (if any)
- An abstract of no more than 300 words
- A short biography of no more than 75 words
- A list of maximum five relevant keywords to your abstract
- Any technical requirements, including space, or other support your require while at the conference
- Dietary requirements and food allergies
- The above criteria for abstract, biography, and keywords
- Indicate in your abstract if you would also like to be considered for a 15 to 18 minute artist’s talk
- Indicate and any space requirements for display (e.g., power supply, size, plinths or tables, etc.)
Carleton Cognitive Science Graduate Conference
We are delighted to invite abstract submissions for the Carleton Cognitive Science Graduate Conference, to be hosted by the Institute of Cognitive Science at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, on Saturday, April 4th, 2020. The central aim of the conference is to provide a venue for graduate students in cognitive science--at both the Master’s and Ph.D. level--to present and receive feedback on their work, and to interact with each other in a friendly, supportive, and inclusive environment. We welcome submissions that make an original contribution to research topics in any of the sub-disciplines of cognitive science, including: philosophy of mind/language/cog sci, linguistics, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, computer science & AI, and education. We especially encourage submissions from members of underrepresented groups. Please see below for submission instructions and details. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the conference organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changing Cultures, Changing Sciences. FEMMSS 8, 2020
Submission deadline March 15, 2020
Acceptance decisions will be available in early April 2020
Submissions are invited for the eighth meeting of The Association for Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics, and Science Studies (FEMMSS) to be held at the University of Waterloo, August 20 – 23, 2020. This conference welcomes submissions from across the disciplines. FEMMSS is a great conference for works in progress. Conference presentations are eligible for submission for consideration and review in a special issue of Feminist Philosophy Quarterly.
Presentation topics can include but need not be limited to:
1. Structure, power, and culture in knowledge producing communities 2. Decolonial and indigenized science and epistemology 3. Intersectionality in practice and study of science and technology 4. Ableism, science, and technology 5. Collaboration and interdisciplinarity 6. Feminist methodologies in the humanities, social and natural sciences 7. Feminist dilemmas in research practices 8. Science, law, and legislation 9. Health policy 10. Climate change, science, and justice 11. Policy of/for science, technology, engineering and mathematics 12. Science, technology and global justice 13. AI and intersectional gender equity/equality 14. Psychological mechanisms of injustice: Implicit bias and stereotype threat 15. Production of biological or technological “differences” 16. Entrepreneurial STEM cultures 17. Science and values 18. Science and gender in the public imagination 19. Effective expert/citizen communication/education 20. Abuse/harassment in research settings: institutional design failure 21. The ethics and politics of science and technology 22. Creating equitable STEM organizations and institutions 23. Epistemologies of ignorance 24. Feminist scholarship of teaching and learning 25. Professional development (e.g., interdisciplinary communication/ networking/ engaging the media)
Submission instructions You are permitted one submission, unless you are submitting a poster or a visual arts item for display. If you are submitting a poster or visual arts item, you can additionally submit an abstract for a paper, panel, or workshop.
• Individual papers and posters: Please provide a title, 300-word abstract, and 3-10 keywords. At the beginning of the abstract please indicate if your submission is a poster. There is no need to upload anything, so please tick the box that says, "abstract only."
• Panels: Please provide a title, 300-word abstract, and 3-10 keywords for the panel as a whole. Also, upload a single document that includes the title and 300-word abstract for each paper. Please take care not to identify authors.
• Workshops: Please provide a title, 300-word abstract describing the workshop rationale, and 310 keywords. Also, upload a 300-word description of the activities in which your audience will engage. Please take care not to identify authors.
• Visual arts items for display: Please submit an electronic image of the item, 3-10 keywords, and a 300 word description of the content, its measurements, and how it is to be displayed (e.g., hung on wall; object placed on floor or table; video clip accessible on the WEB). If the item was not created by you, please include proof that the holder of the copyright agrees to this display of the item.
To submit please go to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=femmss8 and sign up for an account. If you have questions, email email@example.com.
FEMMSS 8 will prioritize accessibility. Guidelines for accessible content will be distributed with successful participant notifications. The venue is wheelchair accessible and will have a quiet room. Additional information about accessibility can be found on the conference webpage. All conference participants will be invited to identify ways that the conference organizers can help mitigate possible barriers to participation. All information will be kept confidential.
If you have questions please check out the conference website www.femmss8.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.