The KISMIF Conference 2020 welcomes the submission of proposals for paper presentations and performance-based presentations.
All proposals must be written in English and submitted no later than 15 February 2020, to the KISMIF Conference website: www.kismifconference.com .
Each author cannot submit more than one proposal as first author.
Specific Instructions for paper proposal submissions:
- Paper proposal abstracts should be approximately 250 words in length.
- The information requested with abstract submissions includes:
- (1) The name(s) of the author(s), their area of expertise (sociology, economy, etc.), their institutional affiliation (department, university, country), and e-mail(s);
- (2) Title of the proposed presentation;
- (3) Abstract with approximately 250 words;
- (4) Keywords – between 3-5.
Specific Instructions for artistic performance-based proposal submissions:
- In relation to the Conference’s main thematic focus — DIY Cultures and Global Challenges — the Conference will also allot time for participative creative sharing, around the practice of DIY music, improvisation and exchange.
- In this context, the KISMIF Conference 2020 invites all conference presenters and all visitors with a creative background (whether amateur, semi-professional or professional), to either host/coordinate or to participate in one of the daytime creative performances during the conference.
- We ask potential participants to submit a proposal for creative performance. The performances can be related to any artistic fields (music, dance, poetry, etc.). They should not exceed 20 minutes.
- The information requested with proposal submissions includes:
- (1) The name(s) of the performer(s), their area of expertise (sociology, economy, etc.), their institutional affiliation (department, university, country), and email(s);
- (2) Title of the proposed performance;
- (3) Type of performance (music, dance, etc.);
- (4) A short description of the proposed performance with a maximum of 250 words and 3-5 keywords;
- (5) Duration of the proposed performance;
- (6) Description of the necessary equipment (please note that we are based in a University; we do not have access to a lot of very advanced equipment/technology. So remember to Keep it Simple, Make it Fast!).