The academic programme for the conference will be organised in the usual SGIR format of sections composed of panels. The conference can host up to 30 parallel sections. A section may consist of either five or ten 105-minute panel sessions during the programme. Each 105-minute panel should comprise four to five papers plus discussant and chair.
The tasks for a section chair include:
Proposals for sections should include:
Proposals should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As noted above, participants are especially invited to respond to the conference theme, but we welcome proposals on all aspects of scholarship interested in the study of international relations. For example (this list is not exhaustive):
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Foreign Policy Analysis
History & IR
International Political Economy
International Political Sociology
International Political Theory
International Relations Theory
The closing date for section proposals was midnight on 4 November 2012