Call for sessions
Submission for session proposals is now closed!
The aim of the Rural History 2021 conference is to promote a scientific discussion on new research on rural history in a broad sense by bringing together researchers dealing with different regions, different time periods and from different theoretical and methodological traditions.
In accordance with this, the conference is open for research on all aspects on the history of the countryside in Europe and its interaction with other parts of the world throughout time. We welcome participation from different academic subjects (e.g. history, archaeology, geography, economic history, economics, sociology, anthropology, development studies, gender studies, environmental history, historical demography) presenting and discussing new research and thereby contributing to expanding our knowledge on the rural history of Europe and beyond.
In order to ensure a broad participation and high scientific value each session should focus on a specific topic and include presenters from at least two different countries. The topic could be both related to a specific theme, to methods, or to theories and concepts.
Each session will last two hours and include four papers. Sessions will be led by a chair and a discussant. Double sessions on a particular topic are possible. We also welcome proposals for “Meet-the-author” sessions. In this case at least two commentators/discussants, besides the author, should be in the proposal. Participants are asked to limit themselves to a maximum of two presentations at the conference.
A session proposal should include a title, the full name and affiliation of the organizer, and a short abstract (max 500 words) introducing the topic, the aim of the session, and the names and affiliations of at least two of the proposed panel contributors.
The deadline for session proposals was 15 September 2020, with an extension to 15 October 2020!
Decisions on acceptance is taken by the International Scientific Committee and will be sent to the proposal givers by 19 November 2020. An open Call for papers will be launched 27 November 2020, intended to fill remaining slots in accepted sessions with papers on respective topic.
27/11 2020: Call for papers
22/1 2021: Deadline for paper proposals
1/3 2021: Opening of registration
1/6 2021: Deadline for early bird
2/8 2021: Deadline for late registration