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Consumer Identities and Social Change Symposium

Submission deadline: January 10, 2019

In partnership with The Institute for International Communication at St. John’s University, Consumer Identities is now accepting submissions for paper presentations at an upcoming one-day symposium, Consumer Identities and Social Change.

We seek transdisciplinary interpretations and critical analyses of consumer identity, broadly defined, across various cultural and media landscapes that address some aspect of social change. This symposium follows the 2017 installment, Consumer Identities and Digital Culture.

Potential topics (including but not limited to):

  • Activism and consumption
  • Anti-consumerism
  • Consumer identity and global issues
  • Corporate social responsibility and popular culture
  • Cultural marketing and consumer relationships
  • Environmental responsibility, greenwashing and branding
  • Grassroots media
  • Historical changes in consumer culture
  • The political economy of consumption

    We welcome scholarly submissions that address audience, industry, and critical/cultural perspectives and are particularly interested in the intersections thereof.


    Location: St. John’s University, New York City, Queens Campus

    Date: March 22, 2019

    Keynote: Dr. Emily West, Associate Professor, Department of Communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst


    350-word abstract and brief biographical note by 01/10/2019 to

    Accepted panelists will be notified in mid-January.

    Please address any questions to:

    Candice D. Roberts
    Assistant Professor, Communication
    St. John’s University


    Myles Ethan Lascity
    Assistant Professor, Fashion Media
    Southern Methodist University

Librarianship and Genealogy: Trends, Issues, Case Studies

Book Publisher: McFarland

Carol Smallwood, co-editor. Library’s Role in Supporting Financial Literacy for Patrons (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016); public library administrator, special, school librarian.

Vera Gubnitskaia, co-editor. Reference Librarian, Valencia College, Winter Park, Florida; co-editor, Library Outreach to Writers and Poets (forthcoming, McFarland).

One or two chapters sought from U.S. practicing academic, public, school, special librarians, LIS faculty, sharing practical know-how about what works for patrons with genealogy: proven, creative, case studies, how-to chapters based on experience to help colleagues with acquisitions, storage, digitization, innovative workshops, community outreach, grants, user instruction, latest resources.

One, two, or three authors per chapter; each chapter by the same author(s). Compensation: one complimentary copy per 3,000-4,000 word chapter accepted no matter how many co-authors or if one or two chapters: author discount on more.

Please e-mail titles of proposed chapters each described in a few sentences by January 15, 2017, brief bio on each author; place GENEALOLGY, YOUR LAST NAME on subject line:

Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Virginia

On June 2nd, 2017, Virginia Commonwealth University, located in Richmond, VA, will be host to the first regional Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). This year’s theme is “Composing Worlds with Words”.
Proposals are due  Jan. 15th. This is not a library-specific conference, but anyone involved in academia is invited to participate.
For more information go to:

Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Gendered Disruptions in the 2016 Presidential Election and the Ghost of Susan B. Anthony

Call for Book Chapters:


Christine Kray, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology, Rochester
Institute of Technology (

Hinda Mandell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Communication,
Rochester Institute of Technology


Gendered disruptions with historical echoes played prominently into the
volatile 2016 presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald
Trump. The campaign featured historic elements from the beginning. It
marked the first time that a woman was nominated to lead a major political
party in the race for president of the United States. With the potential of
Clinton to crack the “highest, hardest glass ceiling,” ritual activity
reached new levels at the Rochester, NY gravesite of Susan B. Anthony, the
nineteenth-century activist who dedicated her life’s work toward women’s
suffrage. Throughout the year, visitors paid tribute and left tokens of
gratitude, and in what has become a new Election Day tradition—propelled by
social media—on the day of the New York State primary in April 2016,
visitors affixed “I Voted” stickers to her tombstone. Plans were laid for
ceremonial gatherings at her gravesite on Election Day and the day after.

Throughout the 2008 primary campaign and again in 2015, Clinton appeared
reticent to position herself as a woman candidate. And yet, events pushed
gender front and center, conjuring up memories of earlier suffragist
struggles. In April 2016, Trump accused Clinton of “playing the woman
card.” In July, when Clinton accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination,
she noted that her mother had been born on the very day that Congress
passed the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which would give women the
right to vote. Then, just weeks before the election, after audio recordings
were released in which Donald Trump boasted of committing sexual assault,
and polls revealed that women were increasingly rejecting Trump’s
candidacy, a #RepealThe19th social media hashtag was created. While Anthony
had not lived to see the 19th Amendment ratified, she and her fellow
suffragists wrote the language that would enfranchise women in 1920. And
suddenly this nineteenth-century figure and the ideals she fought for
became increasingly relevant in an election that saw a woman candidate and
women voters as key players. The website,, features
women who were born before the ratification of the 19th Amendment who
intended to vote for Hillary Clinton. Video “history lessons” and memes
circulated on social media as contributors aimed to teach others about the
historical advances of women, implying that the work remains unfinished.

As an interdisciplinary project, this book invites contributions from
historians, anthropologists, sociologists, political theorists,
journalists, and media and public history scholars to investigate how
public memory of Susan B. Anthony and the 19th Amendment has shaped
narratives of the 2016 presidential election, and the ways in which the
campaign has brought fresh attention to her work and life. This book
project speaks to the ways in which politics are not merely pragmatic, but
are always enveloped in personal and historical imaginations. Through our
electoral engagement, conversations, and voting practices, we reach out to
revered historical figures, engage in practices of deep symbolic
significance, and position ourselves within a grand historical
trajectory. Possible
chapter topics include:

·      Susan B. Anthony’s grave as a place of pilgrimage during the
election season

·      Intersectionality of race and gender—for example, how the
complicated friendship of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass was
invoked in the competition between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama

·      The #RepealThe19th social media hashtag

·      Suffragist fashion and Hillary Clinton’s sartorial choices

·      Bad hombres and “locker room talk”: Masculinist discourse and

·      The role of women voters as potentially holding the balance of power
in this election

·      Efforts to disenfranchise women voters who support Clinton

·      Ways in which some women have coalesced around Clinton’s historic

·      Public memory of Susan B. Anthony, feminism and anti-feminism this
election season

·      Women who opposed the 19th Amendment and women supporters of Donald
Trump—Are there similarities in rhetoric, belief, or socio-economic

·      Theorizing of feminism and misogyny in public spaces on the campaign

·      Generations: Are younger women inspired by historical women’s rights

·      History lessons + social media: Positioning Clinton within a century
of women’s rights

·      “Nasty women,” “grab him by the ball-ots,” “pussy grabs back”

·      Would SBA have voted for HRC? A close reading of her writings and

·      Pronouncements from the (pro-life) Susan B. Anthony List about
Clinton’s candidacy

*Call for Chapters:*

We issue this Call for Chapters for a book intended for peer-reviewed
publication. We seek contributions that are appropriate for scholarly
audiences yet also accessible to undergraduate and public readers. If you
would like to participate in this volume, please send us ( a
500-word abstract by January 15, 2017, along with a bio not to exceed 250
words. We also welcome creative contributions, including fiction, poetry,
cartoons, photography and song. Completed chapters (of 5,000 words) would
need to be submitted by April 15, 2017. This book project has strong
interest from a Palgrave Macmillan editor with whom we have worked before. All
scholarship and submissions should be previously unpublished and not
under consideration elsewhere.

Code4Lib 2016

The deadline for submitting a talk proposal is Monday, November 9, 2015 at midnight PST (GMT−8)

** Please excuse any cross-posting **

Code4Lib 2016 is a loosely-structured conference that provides people working at the intersection of libraries/archives/museums/cultural heritage and technology with a chance to share ideas, be inspired, and forge collaborations. For more information about the Code4Lib community, please visit

The conference will be held at the Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from March 7-10, 2016.  For information about Code4lib 2016, please visit

Proposals for Prepared Talks:

We encourage everyone to propose a talk.

Prepared talks are 20 minutes (including setup and questions), and should focus on one or more of the following areas:

–   Projects you’ve worked on which incorporate innovative implementation of existing technologies and/or development of new software
–   Tools and technologies – How to get the most out of existing tools, standards and protocols (and ideas on how to make them better)
–   Technical issues – Big issues in library technology that should be addressed or better understood
–   Relevant non-technical issues – Concerns of interest to the Code4Lib community which are not strictly technical in nature, e.g. collaboration, diversity, organizational challenges, etc.

To Propose a Talk, please fill out the following form:

As in past years, the Code4Lib community will vote on proposals that they would like to see included in the program. The top 10 proposals are guaranteed a slot at the conference. The Program Committee will curate the remainder of the program in an effort to ensure diversity in program content and presenters.  Community votes will, of course, still weigh heavily in these decisions.

Presenters whose proposals are selected for inclusion in the program will be guaranteed an opportunity to register for the conference. The standard conference registration fee will still apply. Proposals can be submitted through Monday, November 9, 2015 at midnight PST (GMT−8). Voting will start on November 16, 2015 and continue through December 7, 2015. The URL to submit votes will be announced on the Code4Lib website and mailing list and will require an active<> account to participate. The final list of presentations will be announced in mid-December.

Thank you,

The Code4Lib 2016 Program Committee



Innovative Management Education Pedagogies for Preparing Next-Generation Leaders


Proposal Submission Deadline: November 30, 2014

A book edited by

Dr. Shalini Rahul Tiwari (Institute of Management Technology, India) Dr. Lubna Nafees (Institute of Management Technology, India)


To be published by IGI Global:


For release in the Advances in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development (AHRMOD) Book Series


Series Editor:  Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain)

ISSN: 2327-3372


Propose a chapter for this book


The Advances in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development (AHRMOD) Book Series aims to publish the latest research on all aspects of human resources as well as the latest methodologies, tools, and theories regarding organizational development and sustainability. The AHRMOD Book Series intends to provide business professionals, managers, researchers, and students with the necessary resources to effectively develop and implement organizational strategies.



Management Education is undergoing a sea of changes as management institutes across the world are encouraging their faculty members to develop innovative teaching practises that can sufficiently impact student learning. There is a recurring need expressed by corporates too, that management students should be better prepared to handle the hypercompetitive business environment and simultaneously address the challenge of technology impacting growth and survival strategies. Thus, management institutes are constantly transforming existing teaching and learning practises, besides developing more innovative ones. These practises range from traditional case studies, group projects, role plays, etc. to more evolved ones like gaming technologies, case based simulations, international virtual assignments and so on. Such techniques have resulted in improved learning for students, yet have imposed challenges in terms of assessing the actual impact, understanding the variables affecting delivery, and measuring the value added to the companies these students’ work for. Besides, there is an emergent realization that teaching, learning and pedagogies form an integrated perspective. Views on the nature of knowledge, its creation and dissemination, learners’ perspective of knowledge, assessment tasks and discourse patterns, and the roles and relationships of teachers and learners have to be understood in totality to study the overall impact on management education.

This book aims to discuss perspectives on innovations happening in teaching and learning practises across the world. The editors seek chapters exploring the evolution and the development of new techniques, operant factors, constraints faced in delivery, challenges of assessment, readiness of the students or participants, the changing role of faculty members or instructors, and educational and social repercussions.


Objective of the Book

This well-timed and comprehensive publication aims to be an essential source of knowledge on the theme of ‘innovation in teaching and learning practises in management education’. It aims to consolidate the research under specific heads while providing direction for future research opportunities in this challenging field. The text aims to be a useful resource to policy makers, faculty members, researchers, and firms engaged in developing training material.


Target Audience

Policy makers, academicians, researchers, advanced-level students, technology developers, training institutions, and firms developing training material, will be the target audience for this book.


Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Contributors are welcome to submit chapters (conceptual papers, empirical papers, case studies) on the following topics relating to ‘Innovation in Teaching and Learning Practices in Management Education’ across the world. Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Innovative use of case studies
  • Innovation in role plays
  • Innovation in group-based activities
  • Gaming techniques for effective learning
  • Innovative techniques to enhance classroom engagement
  • Learning in a virtual environment
  • Inter-cultural and cross-functional learning
  • Impact of MOOC’s on management education
  • Learning Analytics
  • Crowd Learning
  • Learning Accreditation
  • Innovative ways of assessment
  • Simulations in management courses
  • Self-directed learning
  • Learning Environments
  • Role of Instructor
  • Andragogy and Heutagogy
  • Collaborative Teaching and learning
  • Micro-teaching in management education
  • Effective teaching skills
  • Use of blogs, wikis, podcasts and digital portfolio on management education
  • Impact of social networks on management education
  • Conducting research on teaching pedagogies
  • Creativity in classroom
  • Student learning in diverse environment
  • Concept teaching and creativity
  • Cooperative learning
  • Problem based learning
  • Teaching contemporary topics in management education
  • Assessment of new courses
  • Learning through action and experience
  • Learning through inquiry
  • Inter-disciplinary learning


Submission Procedure

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before November 30, 2014, a 1,000-2,000 word chapter proposal clearly explaining the mission and concerns of their proposed chapters. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified by December 30, 2014 about the status of their proposals and sent chapter guidelines. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by February 28, 2015. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.


Note: There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted to this book publication, Innovative Management Education Pedagogies for Preparing Next-Generation Leaders. All manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer review editorial process.


Full chapters may be submitted to this book here:


All proposals should be submitted through the link at the bottom of this page.



This book is scheduled to be published by IGI Global (formerly Idea Group Inc.), an international academic publisher of the “Information Science Reference” (formerly Idea Group Reference), “Medical Information Science Reference,” “Business Science Reference,” and “Engineering Science Reference” imprints. IGI Global specializes in publishing reference books, scholarly journals, and electronic databases featuring academic research on a variety of innovative topic areas including, but not limited to, education, social science, medicine and healthcare, business and management, information science and technology, engineering, public administration, library and information science, media and communication studies, and environmental science. For additional information regarding the publisher, please visit This publication is anticipated to be released in 2016.


Important Dates

November 30, 2014: Proposal Submission Deadline December 30, 2014: Notification of Acceptance February 28, 2015: Full Chapter Submission March 15, 2015: Review Results Returned March 31, 2015: Final Chapter Submission April 15, 2015: Final Deadline


Inquiries can be forwarded to

Dr. Shalini Rahul Tiwari Assistant Professor – Strategy and Entrepreneurship Raj Nagar, Post Box No. 137, Ghaziabad 201001 (Uttar Pradesh), INDIA Tel.: +91-0120-3002269 Mobile : +91-9899409414 E-mail: / AND/OR Dr. Lubna Nafees Associate Professor – Marketing Raj Nagar, Post Box No. 137, Ghaziabad 201001 (Uttar Pradesh), INDIA Tel.: +91-0120-3002242 Mobile : +91-9810216072 E-mail: /

Propose a chapter for this book



Second Workshop on Educational Approaches for Integrating Bioinformatics into Computer and Life Science


“Second Workshop on Educational Approaches for Integrating Bioinformatics into Computer and Life Science” (WEAIB 2013)

In conjunction with the International Conference on Computational Science 2013 (ICCS 2013)

5 – 7 June 2013

Barcelona, Spain


***Submission Deadline:  15 January 2013***


Workshop co-chairs:

Mark Pauley (University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, USA)

Bill Tapprich (University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, USA)


Bioinformatics is a rapidly-emerging discipline in which computational techniques are applied to genetic information in order to produce biological knowledge.  The essential nature of bioinformatics is well-recognized in graduate programs, research consortia and biotechnology industries.  This workshop provides a venue for educators and researchers from the life and computer sciences to explore the integration of bioinformatics into the life sciences as well as strategies for presenting bioinformatics as an interesting problem domain for computer scientists.  Also of interest are innovative ways of introducing bioinformatics as a scientific discipline and career path to pre-college students and teachers.  Specific topics include, but are not limited to

– Course content

– Curriculum structure

– Curricular goals and objectives

– Course development

– Content modules

– Pedagogical approaches

– Pedagogical issues of open/distance education

– Integration of undergraduate research

– Development/experience with majors/concentrations

– Building and sharing education resources

– Use of technology as a way to enhance teaching and learning

– Ways of introducing bioinformatics to pre-college students and teachers

– Industrial partnerships

– Articulation agreements

– Non-academic training

– Attracting under-represented groups

More information can be found workshops page of the ICCS 2013 website ( and at the workshop website (  Submissions pertaining to all levels of instruction, from course modules to entire curricula, and at all levels of interest are welcome.



Papers (Postscript/source) must be submitted through the conference’s paper submission system ( camera-ready and formatted according to the rules of Procedia Computer Science (  Papers must not exceed ten pages in length when typeset using the Procedia format.  Submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least three members of the workshop’s Program Committee; final decisions will be made by the workshop co-chairs.  Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper.  ICCS is an ERA 2010 A-ranked conference series.



– Full paper submission:  15 January 2013 (note that this is different than the main track deadline)

– Notification of acceptances:  10 February 2013

– Early registration begins:  10 February 2013

– Camera ready papers:  1 March 2013



Mark A. Pauley, Ph.D.

6001 Dodge Street, PKI 282A

School of Interdisciplinary Informatics

University of Nebraska at Omaha

Omaha, NE 68182, USA

Phone:  (402) 403-0361  Fax:  (402) 554-3284


William E. Tapprich, Ph.D.

6001 Dodge Street, AH 114D

Department of Biology

University of Nebraska at Omaha

Omaha, NE 68182, USA

Phone:  (402) 554-3380  Fax: (402) 554-3532


Music Reference Services Quarterly (MRSQ)

Editors are inviting articles in music librarianship for MRSQ, a peer-reviewed journal published by Taylor & Francis. Submission deadline for papers to be considered for volume 15, issue 4 is July 13, 2012. Articles should fall within the scope of music librarianship in any of the following categories:

* administration and management
* bibliographic instruction
* collection development
* digital audio delivery
* electronic resources
* library facilities
* music librarianship education
* preservation of music materials
* reference services
* cataloging
* bibliographies involving printed music and audio-visual materials

Conference presentations and poster sessions that would be appropriate to expand as a journal article within the scope of the journal are welcome.  No previously published, simultaneously submitted material will be considered. For additional information and a description of the review process, Music Reference Services Quarterly contributor guidelines may be found at:

All papers should be emailed to Ana Dubnjakovic ( and Michelle Hahn (, Editors-in-Chief for MRSQ.

The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia

During the summer of 2012, /The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia/seeks volunteer authors to contribute essays related to the themes of City of Neighborhoods, the Cradle of Liberty, and the Workshop of the World (encompassing industrial and labor history).
Prospective authors must have expertise in their chosen subjects demonstrated by previous publications and/or advanced training in historical research. Submissions will be peer-reviewed and published online at, and accepted essays will be eligible for inclusion in a prospective print volume with the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Call for Authors:
Please email brief expressions of interest, including a statement of your qualifications, to Charlene Mires, . Do not send attachments. Graduate students, please provide the name and email address of an academic reference.
Charlene Mires
Director, Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at
Associate Professor of History
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
429 Cooper St.
Camden, NJ 08102
Co-Editor of The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia:

Under the Shade of an Olive Tree: Conversations on Greek Diaspora

Edited by Litsa Chatzivasileiou and Anna Carastathis

What do contemporary Greek diasporic experiences contribute to the
broader study of diasporas, migration, and to feminist, cultural and postcolonial studies?
How do they challenge nationalistic discourses and ideologies of “home,”
citizenship, belonging, common history, roots and homogeneous cultural
identity? What theoretical models, methodologies, and approaches may
productively be used to study Greek diasporas in their complex gendered,
racialized and class dimensions in the 20th and 21st centuries? What
geographic, geopolitical, and generational differences matter? What experiences
of inclusion and exclusion condition cultural and communal belonging in the
national/diasporic imaginary? Considering the sparsity of book-length
treatments of the contemporary Greek diaspora we invite contributions to an
edited volume, which explores diverse Greek migratory experiences in an
interdisciplinary manner.

While the current crisis may be triggering a new wave of Greek emigration,
Greece itself has become “home” to recent immigrants and refugees.
Historical diasporas (Jewish–Sephardic and Roumaniote–Roma, Armenian,
Muslim, Turkish) have been constructed as the silenced Other within the
modern Greek nation-state and its ideology of cultural homogeneity.
Greece’s postcolonial history of population exchange and “repatriation” of
ethnic Greeks from Asia Minor and northern Africa reaffirms Edward Said’s
argument that unitary nations are contingent on the constant wandering of
diverse peoples, and the entangling of cultural roots/routes. Our edited
collection will examine the cross-pollination of emigrant and immigrant
communities in the crossing of national, geographic and cultural borders,
and the inhabiting of in-between spaces.

We are especially interested in contributions that explore issues of
diaspora and immigration through the prisms of gender, sexuality,
racialization, religion, nation, region, age, generation, among others. We
invite diachronic, historically-grounded contributions which examine the
connections of political and economic crises to diasporas. Hopeful that our
volume will reflect the diversity and complexity of migratory routes, we
encourage submissions from/about smaller as well as larger centres of
diaspora. We are also interested in approaches that expand our view beyond the
modern Greek nation-state as single “origin” of diaspora.

Taking an interdisciplinary approach, we invite academic articles, creative
non-fiction, literary works, and social movement texts. We welcome
contributions from people of all genders and any ethnicity, but which are
relevant to Greek diaspora from a feminist perspective. We hope to elicit
works from marginalized voices within Greek communities, including
those of women;
lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people; people with
disabilities; youth and elders; mixed roots people; people of non-Orthodox
or minoritized faiths and spiritualities, as well as atheists.

Relevant topics include (but are not limited to):

– intersectional perspectives on Greek diasporic cultures, communities,
literary and creative works, political activism, etc.;

– theoretical pieces which situate Greek diaspora(s) in the context of
feminist, cultural and postcolonial studies;

– accounts of reverse, circular, and multiple migrations and diasporic

– historical accounts of diasporas in Greece (Jewish, Roma, Armenian,
Turkish, Balkan, African, Asian, etc.) in relation to contemporary Greek

– theorizations of the relationship between nationalism, population
exchange, and diasporas;

– explorations of gendered tropes and rhetorics of nationalist discourse;

– discussions of homophobia and its effects on gay, lesbian, bisexual, and
transgender Greeks in the diaspora;

– discussions of projects and politics of belonging and deconstructions of
essentialist notions of Greek culture;

– critical perspectives on “community” (κοινότητα), “culture” (κουλτούρα),
“family” (οικογένεια), “sameness despite dispersion” (ομογένεια);

– analyses of racialization, ethnic and religious identities in “host”
societies and diasporic communities;

– explorations of intergenerational conflicts and inheritances;

– literary, creative non-fiction, autobiographical and testimonial works
about Greek diasporic experiences, hybrid cultures and hyphenated
identities (e.g., Afro-Hellenic);

– accounts of refugee populations and their displacement from the modern
Greek state;

– auto-ethnographies and creative performances of exilic, nostalgic, split,
and other subjectivities; longings and belongings;

– takes on popular representations and stereotypes of Greek culture in
media, film, advertising, television and music;

– discussions of the impact of Greek diasporic people on cultures of
relocation, indigenous societies, and multicultural and multiethnic

– analyses of interconnected phenomena of diaspora and neoliberal

– critical responses to crisis, xenophobia and nationalist ideologies in
Greece in particular and in Europe in general;

– discussions of North/South, core/periphery politics and their
relationship to the crisis of the concept of “Europe”.

Please submit an abstract of your proposed submission (maximum 500-700
words), and a brief biographical note (200 words) before July 15, 2012 to

Contributors whose proposals are selected will be contacted by July 31,

Full papers (maximum 4,000 words) will be due on December 30, 2012.

Language of publication will be English. However, we will consider
proposals written in English, Greek, French, and Spanish, but full papers
must be translated into English by their authors before submission.

Please send images as separate .jpg files.

For more information, please contact us at the e-mail address above.