CALL FOR SESSIONS AND ROUND TABLES
15 December 2019Opening of the period for the submission of sessions and round tables
31 August 2020
23 August 2021
Final date for the submission of sessions and round table proposals
12 October 2020
04 October 2021
Acceptance notification for the sessions and round table proposals

The INC2022 call for sessions and round tables is now open. You are invited to submit a proposal for organising a session or round table on any aspect of numismatics, choosing from one of the following formats:

  • Session – with four 20-minute papers addressing a particular numismatic topic of your choice.
  • Round Table – this should engage participants in a 1.5 hour discussion around a specific topic or issue, moderated by the session organiser(s).

Sessions and Round Tables will both last 1.5 hours. Under exceptional circumstances, the Organisers may consider accepting a proposal for a double session. You are, however, advised to contact the Organisers before submitting. Further guidance for each format can be found below.

The INC2022 call for sessions will be open until August 23rd, 2021.
After the deadline the Advisory Board will evaluate all session/round table proposals and decide whether the session/round table is accepted, rejected or recommended for revision.
The official languages of the Congress are: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. All session proposals should be submitted in one of these languages.
One person may be organiser or co-organiser of a maximum of one session or round table, may have a maximum of one paper in an organised session or round table, and a maximum of one paper or poster submitted individually to the general sessions.
Session proposals (up to 300 words plus references) should be broad enough to reach all interested participants. Any queries relating to the INC2022 call for sessions should be directed to info@inc2022.pl.
Proposals can only be submitted via the online form.

The author submitting the proposal will be asked to first complete the Pre-Registration form in order to receive the Registration number (RegID) required to proceed to the second form (Proposal submission) [Skip this step if you already have a RegID]

In the on-line submission form authors will be asked to provide:

  • Submission language
  • Submission type (session or round table)
  • Title of a session or round table proposal (up to 12 words)
  • Affiliation of the organiser(s)
  • Abstract (up to 300 words)
  • 3 to 5 keywords
  • Proposed list of participants, including: names, affiliations and email addresses

Please note that once submitted, the proposal cannot be modified online. In case you need to change your original submission, please send the information about the required modifications to the Registration Team: info@inc2022.pl

Sessions

Sessions will comprise of four 20-minute papers addressing a particular topic. Depending on your theme, the proposal for your session might include:

  • background information on the topic and a brief summary of past developments;
  • a review of the state of the art in the field and of possible future directions;
  • the importance of and potential contributions to work in the field;
  • examples of possible topics for papers;
  • the potential audience of the session.

Your proposal should contain sufficient information to allow the INC2022 Advisory Board to evaluate the scientific content of your session.

Organisers of sessions that are accepted will be expected to name all participants by the deadline for the Call for Papers (20.12 2021). Participants who are named will not need to submit abstracts as part of the Call for Session, but should provide an abstract after registration, while the Call for Papers will be announced.

Proposing a session

  • Session proposals and abstracts are to be submitted through the on-line submission form, outlining the topic and planned content.
  • The person submitting the session will be assumed to be the first / main session organiser.
  • If session organisers do not intend to chair the session, they should identify a chairperson in advance.
  • Session organisers are advised to identify speakers who can contribute effectively to the session topic and to invite them.
  • Session organisers should communicate with ‘their’ speakers directly to explain how the session will run (including the programme), provide any necessary instructions, and ensure that they attend.
  • The INC2022 Secretariat cannot normally assist in identifying suitable speakers.
  • Session organisers are responsible for preparing the complete programme of their session and submitting the final version to the INC2022 Secretariat.
  • Session organisers should liaise with the INC2022 Secretariat to ensure that all speakers have registered for the Congress by 31.07.2022 so that session programmes are accurately planned.
  • Session organisers are expected stay in contact with the INC2022 Secretariat with regard to possible changes required: in the date, the programme, the equipment needed, or the size of room for the session. Session organisers are expected to respect all deadlines.

Submit your proposal

Round Tables

Round tables will engage participants in a discussion around a specific topic or issue moderated by the session organiser(s) or a chosen moderator. Proposals for round tables should take the form of an extended abstract that might include:

  • background information on the topic/issue and a brief summary of past developments;
  • a review of the state of the art in the field and of possible future directions;
  • the importance of and potential contributions to work in the field;
  • the potential audience, prospective participants and desirable perspectives;
  • a summary of the structure of the round table and discussion format.

Your proposal should contain sufficient information to allow the INC2022 Advisory Board to evaluate the scientific content of your round table.

Round table proposals should specify whether speakers are expected to present slides or a written statement setting out their position. They should include guidance on the limits for the number of slides and the length of the statement.

Organisers of round tables that are accepted will be expected to name participants by the deadline for the Call for Papers (20.12 2021). Participants who are named will not need to submit abstracts as part of the Call for Session, but should provide an abstract after registration, while the Call for Papers will be announced.

Proposing a round table

  • Round table proposals and abstracts are to be submitted through the on-line submission form, outlining the theme and planned content.
  • The person submitting the round table will be assumed to be the first – main session organiser.
  • If round table organisers do not intend to moderate the discussion themselves, it is preferable that a moderator is identified in advance.
  • Round table organisers are advised to identify speakers who can contribute effectively to the session topic and to invite them.
  • Round table organisers should communicate with ‘their’ speakers directly to explain how the discussion will run (including the programme); provide any necessary instructions and ensure that they attend.
  • The INC2022 Secretariat cannot normally assist in identifying suitable presenters.
  • Round table organisers are responsible for preparing the complete programme and submitting their final version to the INC2022 Secretariat.
  • Round table organisers should liaise with the INC2022 Secretariat to ensure that all presenters have registered for the Congress by 31.07.2022 so that round table programmes are accurately planned.
  • Round table organisers are expected stay in contact with the INC2022 Secretariat with regard to possible changes required: in the date, the programme, the equipment needed or the size of room for the session. Round table organisers are expected to respect all deadlines.

Sessions and Round Tables Proposal Submission

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