What are the dates for IRSCL2021: Aesthetic and Pedagogic Entanglements?
The on-site version of the congress will take place from October 26th through October 30th, 2021. The online satellite for the biennial will be in orbit from October 19th through November 3rd, 2021.
How can I submit a proposal for IRSCL2021?
Before submitting a proposal for the biennial, we suggest you take a look at our Call for Papers. There you will find both a walkthrough of the abstract submission platform and a link to create an account prior to your submission.
What is the deadline for the submission of proposals?
The Call for Papers for IRSCL2021: Aesthetic and Pedagogic Entanglements closes on March 15, 2021.
When will I know if my proposal has been accepted?
Upon acceptance, applicants will be contacted by May 30th, 2021.
Do I have to be an IRSCL member in order to attend and/or present in the congress?
Being an IRSCL member will not be a requisite to take part in the biennial. However, IRSCL members are given a discounted registration fee at every IRSCL congress and have a seat at the IRSCL members’ meeting.
What are the benefits of being an IRSCL member?
IRSCL members get a discounted registration fee for IRSCL congresses, access to the IRSCL’s Listserv and eligibility for prizes and grants awarded by the IRSCL You can visit http://www.irscl.com/members.html for the full list of benefits.
When will the keynote speakers be announced?
The full list of keynote speakers for IRSCL2021 will be announced in November, 2020.
Can I present a PechaKucha at the IRSCL2021 online satellite?
Yes! The online satellite will feature both PechaKucha and traditional oral presentations.
What are PechaKucha presentations?
PechaKucha(IPA: [petɕa kɯ̥tɕa], which translates as “the sound of conversation” or “chit-chat” in Japanese) is a modality of fast-track oral presentation that challenges presenters to lay out information in a succinct and highly visual manner— it encourages the use of images instead of plain text. If you want to know more about PechaKucha, you can visit our PechaKucha page. There you will find in-depth information and resources about the modality.