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Submit Papers

  • Each Paper should last 30 minutes, with roughly 20 minutes for the presentation and 10 minutes for questions.
  • The title and a brief summary (15-20 lines) of all proposed Papers should be submitted by March 7th.
  • The submission should include the name of the author, academic/professional affiliations, and the author's email address. The submission should be sent to the Secretary of the Conference via email.
  • If a Paper will require technical assistance (audio, visual, CD-ROM, Powerpoint, etc.), please indicate the precise requirements in the submission.
  • If, within a week of submission, a presenter has not been informed to the contrary, the submission should be considered accepted. If a written confirmation is needed, please request one from the Conference Secretary.
  • An abstract of the accepted Paper (1,500 characters, spaces included) should be sent to the Conference Secretary by April 1. This will facilitate the organization of the afternoon group sessions.
  • The complete text of a Paper (notes included) should be no longer than 20,000 characters (spaces included), if it is to be considered for inclusion in the published proceedings. The date for submission of the complete texts will be announced later.

 

Conditions for the publication of papers

  • The complete text of a Paper (notes included) should be no longer than 20,000 characters (spaces included), if it is to be considered for inclusion in the published proceedings. The date for submission of the complete texts will be announced later.
  • A selection of the papers presented at the conference will be published.
  • The limit of 20,000 characters (spaces included) should be carefully respected.
  • The final date for submission is May 23rd, 2005.
  • The organizing committee requests that papers be submitted in electronic format (either by email or on CD).
  • The editing process will be simplified if bibliographical references follow the format below (as found in the proceedings of the 2003 conference).

    Stanley CAVELL, Pursuits of Happiness: The Hollywood Comedy of Remarriage, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1981.

    David MAMET, "El arte como profesión de ayuda", en La ciudad de las patrañas, Debate, Madrid 1997, pp.100-105.

    Robert SPAEMANN, "L'unità del mito. Culto ed ethos come fondamento della cultura", en Il Nuovo Aeropago, 3-4(1991), pp.37-41. Para la cita, p.37.

    Maria SAN FILIPPO, "Amores Perros", March 2001, Senses of Cinema, 4.6.03, <http://www.sensesofcinema.com/contents/01/13/amores.html>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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