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This entry was posted on 19 Sep 2017 in Practical Information and tagged .

Instructions KISMIF Conference 2018

The conference will feature:
• Keynote Lectures;
• Parallel Sessions;
• Creative Workshops;
• Creative Performances;
• Gigs;
• DJ Sets;
• Documentaries;
• Exhibitions;
• Book Launches.

 

The language of the conference is English.
Paper presentations may also be in Portuguese, but all the materials submitted must be written in English.

 

General Instructions

• The KISMIF Conference 2018 welcomes the submission of proposals for papers’ presentations, panels’ discussion, creative workshops and creative performances.

• All proposals must be written in English and submitted no later than 10 February 2018, in 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), the area of expertise (sociology, economy, etc.), the institutional affiliation (department, university, country), and email(s);
(2) title of the proposed presentation;
(3) abstract with approximately 250 words;
(4) between 3-5 keywords.

 

Specific instructions for panel proposal submissions:
• Proposals for panels based on traditional academic-conference formats should be submitted by a group of at least 3 contributors and a maximum of 5 contributors.
• The information requested with panel proposal submissions include:

(1) the name(s) of the author(s), the area of expertise (sociology, economy, etc.), the institutional affiliation (department, university, country), and email(s);
(2) title of the proposed panel;
(3) title of the proposed papers;
(4) and for each proposed paper: an abstract with approximately 250 words and 3-5 keywords.

 

Specific instructions for creative workshopsproposals submission:
• In relation to the main thematic focus of the conference, we welcome proposals for creative workshops.
• The formats include presentations with interactive and practical exercises/activities.
• We especially encourage creative workshop proposals that make use of diverse media and that approach the inter and transdisciplinary crossings of sociological and artistic/arts-based research.
• Creative workshops must have a maximum duration of 70 minutes. Proposals should reflect this requirement.
• The information requested with proposal submissions include:

(1) the name(s) of the moderator(s), the area of expertise (sociology, economy, etc.), the institutional affiliation (department, university, country), and email(s);
(2) title of the proposed workshop;
(3) a description of the proposed workshop with 500-600 words and 3-5 keywords. The description should mention the role of each moderator, a description of the activities and the equipment necessary (note, please, that we are based in a University; we do not have access to a lot or very advanced equipment/technology. So please, Keep it Simple, Make it Fast![i]).
(4) duration of the proposed workshop.

 

Specific instructions for performance-based proposal submissions:
• In relation to the conference’s main thematic focus — gender, differences, identities and its relationship to DIY cultures —, the conference will also include some time for participative creative sharing, around the practice of DIY music, improvisation and exchange.
• In this context, the KISMIF Conference 2018 invites all conference presenters and all visitors with a creative background (whether amateur, semi-professional or professional), to either host/coordinate or 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), the area of expertise (sociology, economy, etc.), the 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 equipment necessary (note, please, that we are based in a University; we do not have access to a lot or very advanced equipment/technology. So please, Keep it Simple, Make it Fast![i]).
(7) possibility of bringing own equipment and technology to the conference.

 

Instructions for participation in Summer School
• All the interested persons must complete and submit a form available in the KISMIF Conference website: www.kismifconference.com.
• The forms must be submitted no later than 10 February 2018.
• The information requested includes:

(1) the name of the participant;
(2) the area of expertise (sociology, economy, etc.);
(3) the institutional affiliation (department, university, country);
(4) email;
(5) biographical note with approximately 150 words.

 

 

All the persons who saw their proposals positively evaluated must then register and pay the registration fees (please consult the deadlines here). Only this way, participants will ensure their participation in KISMIF Conference and/or KISMIF Summer School.

 

 

Notes:
[i] All the technical requirements will be well discussed in advance of the conference so that necessary arrangements can be made.

 

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