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>CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
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>The Israel Genealogical Society is pleased to invite
>proposals from potential speakers for the 24th IAJGS
>International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. The
>Conference will be held on July 4-9, 2004, in
>Jerusalem, Israel. English will be the official
>language of the conference. A number of lectures will
>be presented in Hebrew with simultaneous translation
>into English.
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>GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS:
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>Authors wishing to present a paper at the Conference
>are invited to submit an abstract either by e-mail to
>[log in to unmask] as a WORD ATTACHMENT, or mail it on
>a diskette in WORD FORMAT to reach the Conference
>Secretariat by December 31, 2003 together with 3
>original copies. Material should be sent by Airmail in
>a padded envelope marked ěDo Not Foldî. Proposals,
>whether accepted or declined, will not be returned.
>Make sure you retain a copy of your proposal.
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>Sorry, FAX submissions will not be accepted!
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>Proposals Format:
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>If you plan to submit more than one proposal, please
>use a separate page for each submission.
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>1.   File format should be either Microsoft Word
>(*.DOC) or Rich Text Format (*.RTF) only.
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>2.   Abstracts should be written in English, Times New
>Roman font and single-spaced.
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>3.   Page margins are 2.5 cm (1 inch) from each side.
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>4.   Every proposal should include the following
>details:
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>a.   Abstractís title should be centered, typed in
>CAPITAL LETTERS in 14 points, centered and in BOLD.
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>b.   Leave one line space and then list authorsí full
>names and titles in 12 points size font, unbold and
>centered. Underline the name of the presenting author.
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>c.   In the next line list organizational affiliations
>of all authors including full address, telephone, and
>e-mail address. Use 12 points size font, text unbold
>and centered.
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>d.   Leave two lines space and than begin 300-word
>abstract of the lecture, size 12 points font, Times
>New Roman, single-spaced, justified to both sides.
>Describe the content of the  presentation and identify
>whether the presentation is geared to a beginner,
>intermediate, or advanced genealogists.
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>e.   Leave one line space and than write 50 - 100 word
>bio of the speaker, Times New Roman font, size 12
>points, single-spaced, justified to both sides.
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>f.    Leave one line space and describe the speaker's
>prior lecture experience, with emphasis on Jewish
>genealogy. This information will assist the program
>committee in the final selection of presentations.
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>g.   Please state the language (Hebrew or English) in
>which you would prefer to present your lecture.
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>IMPORTANT NOTE:
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>At least one presenter from each accepted proposal
>must register to the Conference in order to be
>included in the final program.
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>DEADLINES:
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>December 31, 2003   - Submission of abstracts
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>February 15, 2004     - Notification of acceptance
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>Please visit the Conference website at
>www.ortra.com/jgen2004 for more information.
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>Thank you in advance for your interest and proposal.
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>The Program Committee
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>CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT:
>Ortra Ltd.
>1 Nirim Street, P. O. Box 9352,
>Tel Aviv 61092, Israel
>Tel: + 972-3-638-4444
>Fax: +972-3-638-4455
>E-mail: [log in to unmask]
>
>http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004/

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