>From: Vickie Cutting <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: [Asecs] Call for Papers for the 2009 Annual Meeting -
> Richmond, VA
>The Call for Papers for the 2009 Annual Meeting to be held in Richmond,
>VA is now available on the website at
>We will be mailing hard copies to all ASECS members in the Summer News
>Circular. We hope to have the circulars in the mail before the end of
>As a reminder, proposals for papers should be sent directly to the
>seminar chairs no later than 15 September 2008. Please include your
>telephone and fax numbers and e-mail address. Audio-visual requests
>have been noted in red at the end of each session. Please let the
>session chair know of any additional audio-visual needs and special
>We actively encourage presentations by younger and nontenured scholars.
>Seminar chairs are reminded that all papers received up to the deadline
>should be considered. Please do not announce that the panel is closed
>prior to the 15 September deadline.
>The Societyís rules permit members to present only one paper at the
>meeting. Members may, in addition to presenting a paper, serve as a
>session chair, a respondent, or a panel discussant, but they may not
>present a paper in those sessions they also chair.
>Please be reminded that if you submit a paper proposal to more than one
>session, you should notify all the chairs to which you have made a
>submission. If you fail to notify the session chairs, they will have
>the right to decide between themselves in which session the paper will
>be presented or if the paper will be excluded entirely.
>All participants must be members in good standing of ASECS or a
>constituent society of ISECS. Membership must be current as of November
>1 in order to receive pre-registration materials. Those members of
>constituent societies of ISECS MUST furnish a snail mail address to
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