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The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial and Its Policy Consequences Today: An Interdisciplinary Conference

October 6-7, 2006

I. General Guidelines (Modified January 10, 2006)

  1. All papers and presentations should be in English.
  2. The following deadlines apply:

Proposal Deadline: March 15, 2006

Abstract Deadline: May 15, 2006

Panel Assignments will be made no later than August 1, 2006

Paper Submission to Commentators: September 10, 2006

Participant Registration Deadline: September 15, 2006

  1. (Modification) A proposal for papers or panels may be submitted electronically to policyhistory@bgsu.edu, faxed to (419) 372-7208 or mailed to
Don K. Rowney
Professor of History
Department of History
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403

no later than March 15, 2006.

(Submissions postmarked by March 15, 2006 will be considered)

  1. Acknowledgement of receipt of proposal will be by e-mail.
  2. The Program Committee will notify applicants regarding acceptance based on proposals by April 30, 2006. Letters of acceptance will be distributed to all participants by e-mail.  Final acceptance is based on provision of acceptable abstract and submission according to other deadlines.  Accepted panels and presenters will be listed in the Conference Program upon completion of registration.
  3. Abstracts will be used to place panelists should less than a full panel be proposed.

II. Panels

  1. Panel proposals must be submitted electronically, by fax, or by street mail in the format that follows this section.
  2. Various scholarly panel forms will be accommodated. Panels will normally consist of two or three papers, one or two discussants/commentators, and one chair/moderator.
  3. The Committee will also entertain proposals for roundtables consisting of up to four participants and a chair.
  4. Panel participants should submit papers to their colleagues well enough in advance to allow discussants adequate time to prepare evaluations.
  5. Paper presenters will normally be allowed twenty minutes during the panel to summarize their work. It will be the responsibility of the chair to see that this schedule is followed.
  6. The Program Committee encourages full panel proposals. However, proposals for individual papers are also welcome (see section III. Papers).
  7. It is the responsibility of individuals proposing panels to obtain the consent of all panel participants.
  8. Program Committee review will focus on the relevance of the proposed topic to conference objectives, the apparent qualifications of proposed participants, and the potential of the proposal to stimulate interest across broad segment of the community.

Panel Proposals must contain the following information:

Proposer
            Name
            Professional Affiliation
            E-mail
Please attach a resume/CV for the Proposer

Paper Presenters

            Name
            Professional Affiliation
            E-mail

Chair/Moderator

            Name
            Professional Affiliation
            E-mail

Discussant/Commentator

            Name
            Professional Affiliation
            E-mail

Topic Category in the Call for Papers and Panels

Explanation of Panel’s Theme/Objective

Please e-mail the above information to policyhistory@bgsu.edu or as directed in General Information  

III. Papers  

  1. Paper proposals must be submitted electronically or by street mail in the format that follows this section.
  2. Papers will normally be grouped into panels organized at the discretion of the Program Committee.
  3. The Program Committee will review paper proposals for conformity with submission guidelines, relevance to conference themes and objectives, methodological adequacy, and potential of the proposed study to stimulate interest across broad segments of the community. 

Paper Proposals must contain the following information:

Presenter

         Name
         Professional Affiliation
         E-mail

Please attach a resume/CV for the Presenter

Topic Category in the Call for Papers and Panels

Explanation of Paper’s Theme/Objective

 

Please e-mail the above information to policyhistory@bgsu.edu or as directed in General Information.

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