In the submission system, you will be asked to select your preference of either online or offline conference participation (or both). The final format of the conference depends on the number of online/offline submissions; therefore we will announce the conference fee for different types of presenters as well as the exact timing for panels and other events presenters after the submission is closed. For panels organizers, please also select either the offline or on-line option (or both) for entire panels. Thank you for your understanding!
The MSA especially encourages panel submissions but also welcomes individual submissions. The panel should consist of 4-5 presenters, a chair, and optionally a discussant. You may appear as a presenter only once but can act as chair or discussant in more than one panel. The organizers also welcome proposals of:
- roundtables of 5-7 participants with shorter statements and discussion;
- turbo sessions of 7-10 participants networking on a given research topic or common theme;
- special events including films, performances, art, exhibitions, etc. Please specify all technical conditions necessary for hosting such an event.
MSA Working/Regional groups have one panel in the program guaranteed. Group chairs should discuss a larger number of panels with the conference organizers. In both cases, submissions need to be made through the online system and marked as Working/Regional Group events.
Participants of the cancelled conference in Charlottesville: If your abstract was accepted for that conference and you wish to give the same presentation in Warsaw, please resubmit your abstract and click the box indicating that it was a submission for Charlottesville. If you wish to submit a new abstract, it will be subject to review.
If you wish to be considered for the Genealogies of Memory stream, please click the box indicating that in the system.
As always, the MSA will make available a limited number of travel grants for low-income members. Details will be announced later in the year.