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The Science and Technology Caucus of the American Studies Association (ASA) invites submissions of individual paper abstracts and panel abstracts for caucus sponsorship at the next ASA meeting in Washington, D.C., on November 21-24, 2013, titled “Beyond the Logic of Debt, Toward an Ethics of Collective Dissent” (see:
We encourage scholars to submit panel CFPs early to our listserv. If you are not yet on the listserv, please look for “ASA Science & Technology Caucus” on Google groups and request to join. For paper abstracts and session proposals sent by January 10, the caucus can offer critical feedback and facilitate networking among scholars who are looking for session participants, chairs, or commentators. Please submit pre-formed panels by January 19, 2013, to Monique Laney, Co-Chair of the Science and Technology Caucus, for consideration. Depending on the number of submissions, we may put the panels up for a vote by our members via the listserv on January 20th.
General panel submissions are due January 26, 2012, so we hope to lock down our sponsored panel no later than January 23rd, which allows panelists time to submit their materials to the general ASA submission. The selected panel will add the following at the top of their abstract: “This panel is sponsored by the Science and Technology Caucus.” Caucus sponsorship does not guarantee acceptance by the ASA, but it can improve a panel’s chances of acceptance. Please submit a full packet of panel and paper abstracts. Submitting a panel for sponsorship is not the same as submitting a panel to the ASA; please be advised that both are necessary. Session proposals should explore.
Let us know if we can assist you in any way!
All the best,
Emily, Jason, and Monique