Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences conference submission deadline June 15
The Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences has invited all faculty and students of public and private colleges and universities to submit their abstracts, papers and session proposals by Friday, June 15, for consideration at the 83rd annual conference, "Working Together for a Better Tomorrow."
This year's conference will take place Friday, Oct. 12, at Indiana University Northwest.
The keynote speaker will be Distinguished Professor Elinor Ostrom of Indiana University Bloomington, recipient of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. Ostrom is the first woman to win the prize in economics, which has been awarded since 1969.
The academy is seeking proposals in the academic disciplines of social sciences, history, business and international studies, criminology, gender studies and environmental studies. Papers can be submitted for publication consideration in the peer-reviewed Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences.
Established in 1929 and incorporated in 1937, the academy exists to foster communication and collaboration among social scientists across the public and private colleges and universities of Indiana. The academy is dedicated to the objectives of supporting social science research and dialogue and to promoting the value and visibility of the social sciences in Indiana while providing an environment in which social scientists across the state can interact in cooperation and friendship.
Electronic copies of abstracts, papers and session proposals can be submitted here.
Find more information on the upcoming Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences conference online or contact conference co-chairs Surekha Rao, 219-980-6934 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Chuck Gallmeier 219-981-4236 or email@example.com.