GENERAL RULES FOR ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION
All participants are invited to submit an abstract with the results of their research work for its presentation during the celebration of the 14th Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past.
When you send your abstracts you must take care of the following instructions:
- Abstracts submission is only allowed through this WEB.
- Abstract shall be no longer than 350 words.
- Once the file has been created, save it with the title of your Surname_FirstName.docx so that the Technical Secretariat can identify it correctly.
- The deadline for submission of papers is July 15th, 2022.
- When the Technical Secretariat receives the abstract online submission you'll receive an email confirming that we have received your abstract. If you don't receive it within a maximum period of 1 week from the date of sending, please contact with the Technical Secretariat.
- The Evaluation of the Scientific Committee will be notified to the authors before July 29th, 2022.
- At least one of the authors of each abstract must be registered in the meeting. An author is only allowed to present one communication. Those communications with no authors' registration won't be presented in the conference.
- By submitting your abstract, you are accepting these rules.
Modalities and types of presentations:
All talks will be in English language.
Due to the foreseeable restrictions caused by COVID-19, the 14th SSCIP Annual Conference will be held in a hybrid format. The three days (November 8th-10th) will combine papers presented online and in person in Alcalá de Henares.
All online talks will be screened synchronously in the conference room. All on-site presentations will be streamed via conference technology for registered participants online.
There will be two types of presentations:
- Podium presentations. Around 15 minutes each, with questions at the end of each session.
- Poster presentations. Researchers should bring their posters to the registration desk at the start of the conference. They must stand by their poster during the break allotted to their session. Posters maximum side should be 1,98 x 1,20 m.