– an abstract (no less than 3,000 words) or a paper;
– brief description of the Ph. D thesis.
Please be aware that only abstract or papers produced by young scholars (Ph.D, post doc or lecturer) will be considered, so no co-authorship with professors will be accepted for the Emerging Scholars Colloquium.
Acceptance date will be May, 8th, 2015
One of the sessions of the Emerging Scholars Colloquium will be focused on “how to get published”. It will be a round table with editors of international reviews and journals.
The best paper/research project will be awarded.
It is possible to submit the paper to the traditional conference AND to the Emerging Scholar Colloquium.
The selection process will be based on the following criteria: