Call for Papers Now Closed
The Call for Papers is now closed!
We have received an amazing 83 submissions from 22 different countries - mainly from Europe, but also from Egypt and South Africa, the US and Canada, as well as from South Korea, India, Indonesia and Taiwan. Wow!
The submissions offer a broad range of exciting topics, ideas and case studies, and we are safe to already promise you a highly interesting and diverse programme.
Thank you all for your interest in the conference and for participating in our call!
The Editorial Board is now starting to work on the programme. The board consists of delegates from each hosting country, and these are it's members:
Tine Bagh, Denmark
Stefan Bohman, Sweden
Eero Ehanti, Finland
Katherine Hauptman, Sweden
Katrin Hieke, Germany (chair)
Leena Paaskoski, Finland
Kathrin Pabst, Norway
Beate Reifenscheid, Germany
Minna Sarantola-Weiss, Finland
Gerður Sigfúsdóttir, Iceland
Successful applicants will be notified by 1 June. Thank you for your patience and feel free to follow the blog for further updates.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org.