Conference Monday 18th & Tuesday 19th July
The thematic catalyst for this years conference is A right to roam
A right to roam can be connected to calls to think, re-imagine and create, as well as to physically move or migrate, to run and cross boundaries.The call is not necessarily coming from “out there”, but also from an inner urge to roam, perhaps in response to lockdown and being constrained in so many ways.
A right to roam also recognises a moral obligation to trouble and expand knowledge and ways of generating knowledge…perhaps protesting against constrained ideas introduced by certain groups or approaches.
A right to roam respects the necessity to search for knowledge by roaming about – sometimes (or often) without a clear plan or procedure, with a personal conviction that knowledge does not follow clear and predefined paths, signposted by the “expert knowers”. Knowledge happens and becomes through myriad ways, unknown paths or perhaps even no paths, and it doesn’t ask the landowner for the right to enter the land.
2022 Virtual online & Physical in-person
ICAE 2022 offers delegates opportunities to meet and/or present both online and in person. We aim to deliver the conference through live/streamed and recorded sessions, as well as “in person” at the main conference venue in Bristol (subject to covid restrictions and regulations).
We welcome – traditional academic/read papers, as well as installations, dance, music, poetry, films, messy text, collaborations and multimedia presentations. We are an interdisciplinary conference where a variety of formats, methodologies and creative contributions are welcome, as are traditional conference contributions. Should you wish to discuss your ideas or if would like some advice to help guide you as you prepare and plan, please contact Tim Buescher – email@example.com.
As authoethnographers, citizens of many coutries and tribes, peoples and communities, we share a vision that through the telling of our individual and collaborative stories and through the sharing of our own lives we might bring into focus how world events impact actual lives. Our contributions voice poverty, exclusion, mental health and illness, communion, social justice, creativity, growth, activism and hope. We invite you to join the conference to share your work and experiences, or/and to contribute to the conversations and support the work of others.
This is an interdisciplinary conference where a variety of formats, methodologies and creative contributions are welcome, as are more formal traditional conference papers. This means we welcome traditional academic/read papers, as well as installations, dance, music, poetry, films, messy text, collaborations and multimedia presentations.
In additional to individual submissions please consider a “themed panel” where 4 or 5 presentations offer contributions around a particular subject area. For themed panels we ask that one person submit the titles, institution/affiliation, and abstracts together as one submission to Tim Buescher. Please contact Tim Buescher at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements or ideas for a panel.
Presenters have the opportunity to present their work live, onlinr or pre-recorded. Please inform us on the submission form below what you intend to do.
Please take the following into consideration before submitting your abstract.
- The word limit for abstract 200 words.
- We review on a rolling basis allowing authors to receive notification regarding their submission within two weeks of submission.
- If accepted your contribution will be scheduled into the draft programme and information will be available on the ‘sneak preview’ page of this website.
- If you have not received notification from the conference committee within two weeks of submitting your abstract please contact our submission lead, Tim Buescher at, email@example.com
- If your abstract is accepted, and you intend to pre-record your submission, we require you to either send an Mp4. file, or a link to YouTube/Vimeo before the 1st June 2022.
- Live presentations, papers of all kinds are welcome.
Abstract submission is now open
To submit your abstract or artist statement, please complete the following form (which includes your name, contact details & affiliation). If you are unsure about how to describe your work or experience problems submitting it, please contact Tim Buescher (firstname.lastname@example.org)
All participants are required to register for the conference before being included in the final programme.
- Please submit your proposals as soon as possible to secure your place in the programme. We will read and review your contribution based on the first 200 words used.
- We use a “rolling review” process and attempt to review abstract and provide authors/presenters feedback/outcome of the review within two weeks of submission.
- Should you not hear from the conference committee within three weeks of submitting your abstract please contact Tim Buescher at the above address.