Still time to submit a panel proposal for ASECS 2022 Baltimore

If you missed the deadline, there is still time:

The deadline for submitting session proposals for the 52nd Annual Meeting has been extended to June 27, 2021.

The 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies is less than a year away! The ASECS Annual Meeting will be held at the Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor, in Baltimore, Maryland, March 31 – April 2, 2022. We hope to see you there.

For information on the session guidelines for ASECS Annual Meetings, click here. View the Reforms to the Program Committee here.

The 2022 Annual Meeting will include guaranteed sessions sponsored by caucuses and affiliate societies and general sessions. Before submitting your proposal, consult the lists of these sessions, available here, to confirm that the topic you are proposing is not already included in the program. This information may also be accessed via the annual meeting website, which is currently under construction.

Proposals for panels, roundtables and other sessions at the 2022 ASECS Annual Meeting are now being accepted! The online submission form is available here. The deadline for proposal submissions is Sunday, June 27, 2021. Please note that members now may propose no more than one session. If a member submits more than one session form, the Program Committee will consider the one with the earliest time stamp.

The Program Committee also invites proposals for sessions in other formats, as well as for pre-conference workshops. In addition to explaining what the session would contribute to the Annual Meeting, special proposals should include a detailed description of the format and logistical requirements (e.g., technology, type of meeting space, particular days/times); an estimate of additional costs to participants or to ASECS (if any); and an explanation of how people would be chosen to participate (if it is not open to all conference attendees). If the event is a workshop that would have a facilitator or main presenter(s), provide a brief description of their expertise. The Program Committee may contact proposers for additional information before deciding on whether special sessions will be included on the Annual Meeting program. Proposals that cannot be accommodated in Baltimore may be considered for later Annual Meetings. If you have any questions, please contact the ASECS Business Office at

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