13th SCREENWRITING RESEARCH NETWORK INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Oxford Brookes University (UK), September 9–12, 2020
*** NOTE – This is a SHORT version of the CfP containing essential information only.
Please read the FULL CfP here: SRN2020 – Call for Papers ***
The 13th annual International Conference of the Screenwriting Research Network (SRN 2020) will be hosted by Oxford Brookes University in the UK, on Wednesday 9th through Saturday 12th September 2020.
The Conference is organized by the Film Studies Research Unit with the support of the School of Arts of Oxford Brookes University through Quality-Related (QR) research funding. The main location of the Conference will be the John Henry Brookes Building at the Headington Campus. Oxford is well known for its history, culture and academic tradition.
In order to ensure timely notification of shortlisted delegates and subsequent travel planning, please note the deadline for the submission of all proposals/abstracts by 15 December 2019.
Calendar (summary of deadlines)
Submissions of abstracts by: 15 December 2019
Shortlisting/notification of acceptance by: End of January 2020
Early-bird registration: From early March until 31 May 2020
Regular registration by: 15 July 2020
Late registration by: 25 August 2020
Conference: 9-12 September 2020
Keynotes speakers and special guests to be announced in early 2020.
Submission of abstracts/proposals
Proposals/Abstracts can be sent as either a Word or PDF document: please indicate “Yourname_PROPOSALTYPE” (i.e. PAPER, PANEL, ESSAY or POSTER; see details in Full CfP) clearly in the file title and in the subject heading of your submission email to email@example.com
Deadline for submission of all proposals: 15 December 2019.
Earlier submissions are much welcome.
All presentations, regardless of format, must be delivered in person (i.e. no pre-recorded presentations), in English, and be underpinned by original research work being conducted by the presenter (i.e. no recycling/repetitions from previous SRN or other conferences). Multiple presenters (max 2) for co-written papers are allowed.
We aim to notify acceptance/rejection of proposals by the end of January 2020.
Website and registration
The SRN 2020 Website will go live within a few weeks from the posting of this CfP.
It will include a wealth of useful information (e.g. registration, travel arrangements, accommodation options), as well as all the updates and the programme leading up to the Conference.
Registration will have the usual phased deadlines (early-bird, regular, late-premium, student concession); the early-bird fee is expected to be in the region of £100 (GBP).
Please address any query regarding abstracts, registration, programme, etc. to firstname.lastname@example.org
For any other informal query, do contact the Conference Director (Paolo Russo) directly at email@example.com