DEADLINE: 26 JULY 2020

On this page, learn about the different ways you can take an active role in the Call for the 2020 Education and Research Session (9-11 November) during the 2020 ENCATC Congress.

Please consider that approved works can only be presented if an author or a co-author is registered to the Congress’ main programme.

ABSTRACTS

(1 page, max 500 words). The completed online form must include:

  • Title
  • Author(s) details (names, affiliations, e-mails of all authors)
  • 3-5 key words
  • Aim, context and objectives of the research
  • Theoretical framework informing the research
  • Methodological approach
  • Summary of the main or expected results and conclusions
  • Main references (not included in the word count)

Please use the online Abstract form to make your submission.

Please consider that presentations will be no longer than 20 min. Further information will be provided in due course.

All accepted papers will be published in an electronic book of proceedings (with ISBN number), which will be made public at the time of the Congress. In case you prefer not to have your paper included in the book of proceedings, we kindly ask you to let us know when submitting your proposal. The electronic book of proceedings may include papers in English, Czech, and Spanish – provided that a special session is organized in this language.

The proposals for abstracts can be submitted in the official 2020 Congress languages English and Czech (the language of our partner). However, all oral presentations of accepted papers and teaching demonstrations must be delivered in English.

Each author may submit one proposal only as the main author. There is no limitation for the participation as a co-author.

TEACHING DEMONSTRATIONS

Teaching demonstrations are intended to provide innovative teaching methods, exchange of curricula, and e-learning interactive tools for the improvement of conventional teaching, as well as project methodology for student-oriented learning,  and pedagogical tools to be applied within cultural management and policy. All proposals for teaching demonstration (max 300 words) must include:

  • Title
  • Author(s) details (names, affiliations, e-mails of all authors)
  • Topic of the teaching demonstration
  • Main content of the teaching demonstration (incl. learning objectives)
  • The new and innovative angle of the teaching method
  • Applicability of the teaching method to different course contexts and educational levels

Please use the online teaching demonstration form to make your submission.

Please consider that teaching demonstrations will be no longer than 20min. Further information will be provided in due course.

The proposals for teaching demonstrations can be submitted in the official 2020 Congress languages English and Czech (the language of our partner). However, all oral presentations of accepted papers and teaching demonstrations must be delivered in English.

ASSESSMENT

All proposals will be assessed by at least two members of the Scientific Committee, based on the following selection criteria:

  • Consistency of the objectives, approach and argumentation structure
  • Methodological rigor
  • Theoretical framework and use of the appropriate literature
  • Relevance to the field of Cultural Management and Policy, and connection to the main theme of the Congress
  • Contribution to knowledge
  • Soundness of the conclusions

SPECIAL LANGUAGE SESSION IN SPANISH

Starting in 2020, we want to encourage our members to organize special language sessions within the Education and Research Session. A different language will be proposed every year and in 2020 we invite our Spanish-speaking members to join their efforts to organize the first language session.

Microsoft Word – Convocatoria-Políticas culturales y digitalización en América Latina.docx

CALL: Políticas culturales y digitalización en América Latina – Panel en español

The session should be organized in a panel format, including 4-5 abstract presentations. The description of the overall panel and the abstracts – which should include all the elements mentioned above for the abstracts – needs to be included in the online Spanish panel form by 26 July 2020.

SPECIAL SESSION FOR PHD CANDIDATES

A new special session will be organized in 2020, for PhD students to present their ongoing work, receive feedback and exchange ideas with leading experts in the field of cultural management and policy.

PhD candidates researching on the following topics are invited to apply:

  • Arts and culture education
  • Cultural policy and cultural management
  • Culture and local, regional and national development
  • Cultural heritage management
  • Cultural and Creative Industries
  • Culture in external relations and cultural diplomacy
  • Cultural networking
  • Cultural sustainability

All abstracts must include a title, author (name, affiliation, e-mails) and 3-5 key words.

The abstract should provide information on:

  • the theme
  • the theory used
  • the research method
  • a summary of main or expected conclusions
  • main references

Abstracts can only be submitted in English. All oral presentations of accepted papers must be given in English.

All those wishing to take part in this special session must submit through the online PhD Candidate Session form.

Maximum 10 PhD candidates will be selected among the applicants.