Call for Papers
Canadian Communication Association (CCA) Annual Conference 2015
June 3, 4, 5 2015.
University of Ottawa,
We invite scholars and professionals to submit proposals that develop the range and depth of scholarship in communication studies. Proposals may take the form of:
Deadline for Submission of Proposals
- Single-paper presentations – Regular stream: December 12, 2014
- Panels (maximum of 4 papers): December 12, 2014
- Roundtables or Workshops: December 12, 2014
- Single-paper presentations – Graduate Master’s Sessions (Optional for Master’s students only): December 12, 2014. NOTE: Deadline for Submission of Completed Papers (Graduate Master's Sessions ONLY): May 1, 2015
In order to facilitate discussion and debate about the changing university and the realities of precarious employment at universities in general (part-time, Contract Academic Staff, adjunct, limited term, etc.) and in Communication Studies in particular, we encourage submission of proposals for panels, individual papers, or roundtables on this topic.
In order to present a paper at the conference, you must be a member of the Canadian Communication Association. Membership dues must be paid by March 2nd 2015 in order to be included in the final program. If you are not already a member and wish to join the CCA, please visit the Membership section of the CCA website (http://www.acc-cca.ca/onlineapplication/)
Proposals can be submitted online at https://www.openconf.org/CCA2015 or http://www.acc-cca.ca
Submission of proposals: December 12, 2014
Beaverbrook Media@McGill Student Paper Prize: April 1, 2015
Nominated papers should be sent electronically (.pdf format) to Prof. Penelope Ironstone, CCA President (firstname.lastname@example.org). Title page must indicate paper’s title, the author’s name, contact info, university affiliation, and degree status.
Gertrude J. Robinson Book Prize: March 2, 2015
Nominations should be sent electronically to Prof. Penelope Ironstone, CCA President (email@example.com), and must indicate the book’s title, author, publisher, date of publication and author’s complete affiliation and contact information.
[NOTE from SMG: Additional, detailed info and submission guidelines can be found in the original CFP, and on the conference website(s) listed above.]