Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics
SASE: 2022 Mini-Conferences
Call for Proposals
Anarchy, Activism, Coordination, and Control
Mini-Conference Proposal Deadline: 20 October 2021
Thematic mini-conferences are a key element of SASE’s annual conferences. We are currently accepting submissions for mini-conferences for the 2022 annual SASE conference, to take place at the University of Amsterdam, 9-11 July 2022. Preference will be given to proposals linked to the overarching conference theme, «Fractious Connections: Anarchy, Activism, Coordination, and Control». Special consideration will also be given to proposals that cover areas currently underrepresented in SASE, notably race and ethnicity, migration, economic history, and heterodox economics – as well as submissions that provide a global perspective.
Before submitting a proposal, please consult the list of extant SASE networks.Proposals that would otherwise fit within a network will be expected to include an explanation as to why the topic should be discussed in a mini-conference format. You may also consult programs from past conferences (https://sase.org/events/past-meetings-archive/) to view mini- conference themes from previous years. SASE is committed to diverse membership and lively intellectual debates, and encourages proposals that are offered by a diverse group of organizers and/or are likely to bring a diverse group of participants.
Proposals for mini-conferences must be submitted electronically to the SASE Executive Director (email@example.com) by 20 October 2021. To apply, please fill out the form available here. Please be sure to indicate if the mini-conference was organized in the past, with details on attendance and how the current application may or may not differ from the past. Do note, however, that past mini-conference organization does not guarantee future organization – the mini-conferences are not intended to be permanent structures, they rather vary in content and focus from year to year, depending notably on the conference theme of that year. If you have questions about transforming a mini-conference into a permanent SASE research network, please contact Executive Director Annelies Fryberger directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Contrary to previous years, each mini-conference will consist of a minimum of 3 panels and a maximum of 5 panels. These will be featured as a separate stream in the program. If accepted, your mini-conference will be included in the general SASE call for papers (deadline in January), and you will receive applications through our conference submission system.
Applicants to mini-conferences must submit an extended abstract for review.
You will review applications and create the panel sessions for your mini conference, which may also include participants and panels you have invited in advance. If a paper proposal cannot be accommodated within your mini-conference, we will assist you in forwarding it to the most appropriate research network for consideration. As a mini-conference organizer, you will be expected to assign a discussant for each session that you organize.
Dates to bear in mind:
- 20 October 2021: Deadline for mini-conference proposals
- Early November 2021: Notification of acceptance of mini-conference themes
- Mid-November 2021: Circulation of general Call for Papers, which includes mini-conferences.
- January 2022: Deadline for paper submissions to the SASE conference February 2022: Accept/reject submissions for your mini-conference March 2022: Create sessions and assign discussants
- 15 June 2022: deadline for full papers, to be given to discussants for review (if you set a full paper requirement)
- 9-11 July 2022: SASE annual conference
Proposals should be submitted to SASE’s Executive Director, Annelies
Fryberger: email@example.com. You will receive confirmation of receipt. Please note that you may only organize one mini-conference per year – if a given individual applies as organizer of multiple mini-conferences and more than one is accepted, that person will have to choose which mini-conference they will actually organize. Please also feel free to reach out with questions about the application procedure.
SASE is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all members and event participants, irrespective of, for example, race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, language, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, religion, disability, veteran status, or socio-economic status. Our association exists for the purposes of scholarly, educational, and professional exchange; much of the richness and vitality of this exchange is owed to SASE’s diverse membership and spirit of inclusiveness. We provide inclusionary events such as the Women and Gender (WAG) Forum, conference fees are based on socio-economic status, we are dedicated to a Code of Conduct, and we consider diversity in committees and convener teams. Discrimination and harassment of colleagues, students, or other participants in SASE events undermines shared principles of equity, free inquiry, and free expression – and is considered by SASE to be a serious form of professional misconduct.
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