2019 Call for Stream Papers
Call for Stream Papers: AATSEEL annual conference New Orleans, February 7-10, 2019
The AATSEEL Call for Papers
is now available
In addition to regular conference panels and events, the program will now include panel streams. These streams will promote greater cohesion among conference panels and foster a broader dialogue throughout the conference. The result can be a series of mini-conferences within the framework of our larger conference. There will be two stream sessions (“A” and “B”). The panels in each session will meet simultaneously, so members may apply for no more than one “A” stream and one “B” stream. All conference attendees are welcome to attend stream panels, but participants in a stream are expected to attend all of the panels in their stream.
The stream topics for 2019 are:
1A: Acquisition of Vocabulary at the Intermediate/1 to Advanced/2 Levels of Proficiency
2A: Issues in teaching lower-level language courses: strategies and practices
3A: Moscow Conceptualism
4A: Corpora Based and Corpora Driven Research and Language Instruction
6A: AWSS Sponsored Stream: Gender and Sexuality within Slavic Studies
7A: Monopolifonic/polimonologic Tolstoevsky or Spirited in Flesh
1B: Approaches to Teaching Slavic Languages: Connecting Forms and Functions and Creating Meaning
2B: Mimesis in Russian Art and Aesthetic Theory
3B: Supporting Characters in the Soviet Cinema of 70s-80s
4B: Inclusive Pedagogies in Slavic Languages
5B: Red Migrations: Marxism and Mobility in the early 20th Century
6B: Spontaneity, Negativity, Anarchism in Russian Culture
7B: The Russian Medical Humanities
Complete descriptions of streams are available here
* All AATSEEL members are eligible to submit paper proposals to any one of the streams listed above.
* Proposals should be submitted through the regular submission website
as an “Individual Paper” with the title of the stream selected in the drop-down menu on the proposal form.
* Please do not send submissions directly to the stream organizers.
* Please submit your proposals by April 15, 2018 (for early consideration) or July 1, 2018
. * For more information, visit the AATSEEL conference website.
*All prospective participants are strongly encouraged to consult the 2019 Conference Proposal Guidelines
for additional information and to answer any questions. Additional questions about the proposal submission and decision processes may be directed to the Program Committee Chair.
* All proposals must be made through the online submission process - no emailed proposals will be accepted.