We are now taking submissions for the XIth REP conference.

  • After you have registered, you may submit your poster, paper, organized panel, or organized paper session until September 17, 2021 (though we strongly encourage earlier)
  • Each registrant may organize multiple sessions and/or panels, but may present only one paper.
  • Paper presentations, posters, and panels do not have to reflect the annual conference theme
  • Submission of an abstract indicates agreement for it to be published in the conference program and book of abstracts.

Individual papers and organized paper sessions

  • A paper session is comprised of a thematically coherent group of individual paper presentations followed by questions from audience members.
  • All papers not submitted as part of an organized paper session will be placed into coherent sessions by the Program Committee based on keywords and abstract content.
  • Paper presenters must submit abstracts (paper session organizers need not present but must submit an abstract summarizing the session).
  • Presenters of papers in organized sessions must indicate the session organizer and its title on the abstract submission form.
  • All abstracts for papers in organized sessions must be submitted separately.
  • Paper abstracts as well as organized paper sessions abstracts should be approximately 150 words in length

Panels

  • A panel consists of scholars examining a specific topic that is followed by questions from audience members.
  • Panel organizers must register the title and abstract, including names of participant panelists.
  • Individual panelists need not submit separate abstracts, but must be registered for the event.
  • Panel abstracts should be approximately 150 words in length.
  • Panel organizers must register the title and abstract, including names of participant panelists.

Poster

  • Poster abstracts should be approximately 150 words in length


Mural commemorating Billy Holiday, by artist Bridget Cimino.
Back wall of the Fells Point Corner Theater on Durham Street, Baltimore