Calls 

 

Oral presentations and posters

November 22nd, 2018, 6:00 - February 1st, 2019, 23:00 (EDT-UTC-5:00).

(COMING UP)

 

Organized sessions and workshops 

September 10th, 2018, 6:00 - October 26th, 2019, 23:00 (EDT-UTC-5:00).

(CLOSED)

 

 


 

 

The Scientific Committee

 

The Scientific Committee is chaired by Carlo Morselli - Université de Montréal

 

Members of the committee:

 

Carlo Morselli - Université de Montréal

Marie Ouellet - Andrew Young School of Policy Studies - Georgia State University

Peter Carrington - Department of Sociology - University of Waterloo

David Tindall - Department of Sociology - University of British Columbia

Martin Bouchard - School of Criminology - Simon Fraser University

John McLevey - Department of Knowledge Integration - Department of Sociology & Legal Studies - University of Waterloo

 

 


 

 

Call for Organized Session Proposals 

 

An Organized Session is a set of paper presentations centered on a specific theme, for which participants can submit abstracts during the regular abstract submission period. Organized sessions can also include activities such as posters, facilitated discussions or panels. Any of the latter must respect the frame of 20-minute slots and therefore must be organized around multiples of 20 minutes (e.g. 20, 40, 60). 

 

Sessions can be organized in a language different from English - organizers wishing to do this must be aware that this can limit the number of submissions and participants to the session. All proposals must be written in English. 

 

Sessions organizers will be responsible for the evaluation and selection of papers for their session. 

 

Submission deadline: October 26th 23:00 (EDT - UTC−05:00) 

 

Required information: 

 

  • A short descriptive title for your session 
  • A description of your session (max. 300 words) 
  • The expected format of your session (e.g. a set of paper presentations, a combination of papers and a panel, a dynamic poster session, etc.) 
  • The expected duration of your organized sessions (in terms of the number of 20-minute time-slots) and expected number of attendees (as far as you can guess – this is for preplanning purposes only) 
  • Contact information for a session organizer (name, institution, email) 

 

 

Decisions will be communicated to the corresponding organizer before November 15th 23:00 (EDT - UTC−05:00). 

 


 

 

Call for Workshop Proposals 

 

Workshops are sessions focused on teaching attendees specific methods, software or theories. 

 

The workshops will take place all day on Tuesday, June 18th and on Wednesday morning. There are extra fees to attend workshops, calculated based on a 3-hour session: $90 CAD regular/ $50 CAD student (e.g. if the workshop is a full-day workshop (6-hour), the fees are double). 

 

Submission deadline: October 26th 23:00 (EDT - UTC−05:00) 

 

Required information: 

 

  • A short descriptive title for your session 
  • A description of your session (max. 300 words) 
  • The expected technical requirements for your session (e.g. access to specific program or data, printing needs, etc.) 
  • The expected duration of your workshop (how many 3-hour sessions) 
  • Contact information for a session organizer (name, institution, email) 

 

 

Decisions will be communicated to the corresponding organizer before November 15th 23:00 (EDT - UTC−05:00).