Update – 21 December 2020
The Stage 2 call for individual submissions to the CSSHE Annual Conference 2021 is now closed. Thank you to all those who submitted proposals!
The formats which are open for submissions in Stage 2 are: individual paper for panel, individual contribution to roundtable, poster, ignite session, story-telling, ask-me-anything, and networking conversations. We encourage you to consider sharing your knowledge and expertise through one of the new formats being offered. Details of all the formats can be found in the call for proposals.We have made some minor adjustments to the call for proposals and the updated English/French versions are attached.For those submitting an individual paper to a panel or wishing to contribute to a roundtable:
Please see attached the list of 21 panels and roundtables that were proposed during Stage 1/brought forward from 2020 and which are open to individual submissions in Stage 2. This list includes the call for proposals for each panel and roundtable as well as contact details for the organizers in case you want to ask them any questions ahead of making your submission. If your paper does not match any of the panels, use the option ‘Paper Presentation to Open Panel’ or ‘Roundtable Contribution to Open Roundtable’ in the submission form.We remind you that by submitting a proposal, you agree to and understand the following:
- Proposals can only be submitted once. Do not submit the same proposal to more than one track.
- If you need help choosing the most appropriate track, please email the conference committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The submission should not have been previously published, nor should it be under consideration by another conference.
- Each person may appear on the conference program as a presenter, chair, or discussant a maximum of two times.
- All those featured on the conference program 1) must register for the CSSHE conference, 2) must have current CSSHE membership, and 2) must register for Congress.
In our effort to be inclusive and equitable, and not put up financial barriers to participating in CSSHE 2021, the conference registration fees have been set as follows:
Regular rate: $50
Subsidized rate: Free
When registering, you will be able to choose either the regular or subsidized rate as is appropriate to your circumstances. No additional documentation will be required.
Update – 17 November 2020
The Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE) invites you to participate in its virtual (online) annual conference in 2021, to be held as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2021 (Congress), hosted by and in partnership with the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta.
The submission process has two stages. In Stage 1 (November 13 – December 10, 2020), we invite submissions to organize a whole session (panel, roundtable, workshop, innovative). In Stage 2 (December 20, 2020 – January 31, 2021), we invite individual submissions to all nine formats. All submissions will go through an anonymous peer review process. We welcome submissions that make creative and effective use of the virtual format, and which demonstrably support EDID.
Please see the call for proposals for full details.
Update – 14 October 2020
We are delighted to confirm that CSSHE will have a conference in 2021 after having to cancel this year’s meeting. The conference will take place as part of Congress 2021 between May 29 and June 4, 2021. Mark your diaries!
For the first time in the association’s history, the CSSHE conference will be fully virtual (online). While we all miss the chance encounters that are facilitated by in-person meetings, the decision to go virtual was made on health and safety grounds as well as because of the opportunities that will be opened up by removing the ‘traditional’ structures of an in-person conference.
In line with CSSHE’s Strategic Plan, emphasis will be placed on equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization (EDID) in conference planning and programming. We believe that a virtual conference – while not without access issues – has the potential to open up CSSHE to a wider diversity of people and topics, which will benefit everyone.
The call for proposals for CSSHE 2021 will open in November 2020. It will be a two stage process. In stage 1, we will invite submissions for whole sessions (e.g., a panel, roundtable, debate, workshop). Stage 2 will be for submissions to the accepted sessions. Both stages will go through a blind peer review process. We will encourage submissions that make creative and effective use of the virtual format, and which demonstrably support EDID. Each person may appear on the conference program a maximum of two times.
If your proposal to CSSHE 2020 was accepted and you want to offer the same proposal again, it will automatically be accepted for CSSHE 2021 and you do not need to resubmit it. 2020 panel organizers will be contacted by email by the conference committee.
Registration fees for Congress 2021 and CSSHE 2021 have not yet been confirmed. We will communicate these to you when they have been set. The fees will cover costs such as the virtual conference platform being developed by the Federation, technical support, and online security. CSSHE will endeavour to set our registration fees at the lowest possible rates.
If you have questions or suggestions for CSSHE 2021, please email the conference committee at email@example.com.
Emma Sabzalieva & Leping Mou, CSSHE 2021 Co-Chairs