Mobilities, Transitions, Transformations
INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION AT THE CROSSROADS
Call for Papers
Call for for full papers to be published
in the Conference Proceedings
- Please submit your paper by October 15. 2016 in an e-mail to: email@example.com
- The conference proceedings will be published in an open-access volume, on-line, by mid-2017
- All conference papers must follow the General Guidelines, Style Guidelines and Guidelines for Figures of the Intercultural Education journal published by Taylor and Francis for the International Association for Intercultural Education (IAIE). For details, please visit the instructions.
- Conference papers not following the guidelines will not be published.
- Each contributor is fully responsible for the content and the proof reading his/her paper.
- Each contributor will retain copyright in his/her paper.
- There will be free online access to this collection of conference papers.
Mobilities, Transitions, Transformations –
Intercultural Education at the Crossroads Conference
Budapest, 05-09 September 2016
The conference focuses on an exploration of the ways in which social, cultural and geographical mobilities, transitions and transformations, are interpreted, constructed and re-constructed through the theory and practice of intercultural education and related fields.
The conference aims to create an open forum for all who are connected to intercultural education and related fields, including theorists, practitioners, and students. The forum is organized under a series of strands, where each strand also has a parallel student panel coordinated by early career researchers, who will work with postgraduate students.
For each of these strands, we are accepting proposals in the following categories:
Papers on concluded or ongoing research in intercultural education and related fields Posters, particularly on intercultural educational experiences and/or pilot-projects Book and audio/video presentations, particularly on didactical material relating to intercultural education and related fields Art objects, theater and circus performances, films, etc. Adaptive e-learning tools and WEB 2.0 based learning and teaching tools
For each of these categories, we are currently asking for abstracts, which should be sent to the respective strand chairs via the conference website.
The abstract should be about 400 words in length (between 1000 and 3000 characters).
Abstracts are to be submitted in English. The abstract has to specify the name, institutional affiliation and email address of the author(s) as well as the strand to which it is submitted. It should include the following information (where appropriate): title, main objectives, conceptual framework, methodology and results. Finally, you are asked to express your commitment to submit a complete version of your presentation once your abstract has been accepted.