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Joining IDIERI 10

We are aware that international travel remains unstable and, therefore, we are planning this conference with uncertainty in mind.

Having canvassed possible delegates to gauge interest in a live conference next July, we feel that there is sufficient intent to meet in person. Our present priority to welcome you to an intimate, live, physical site in which to interact and feast together at The University of Warwick in July 2022. Recognising that things change and travelling might not be possible for everyone, we have also articulated options for experimental programming of online and localised possibilities.

We ask that when you visit the 'submit your proposal' page, you state if you will be intending to join us in either of the following ways:

  1. In person at the University of Warwick with papers, panels and workshops
  2. Online with papers and panels, with the potential for in person workshops at a local site

We will determine the core offering based on your registrations and the state of the world in January 2022.

1. In Person at the University of Warwick

Format

Abstract format

Description

Paper presentation (15-20 minutes)

 

250-300 words maximum accompanied by a brief biographical note for each presenter (approx. 50 words)

 

You would like to present in person at the University of Warwick

 

 

Panel (40-minute panel with 20-minute Q and A)

 

500-600 words accompanied by a brief biographical note for each presenter (approx. 50 words)

You would like to present in person at the University of Warwick

Workshop (2 hours)

 

250-300 words accompanied by a brief biographical note for each presenter (approx. 50 words)

You would like to facilitate your workshop in person at the University of Warwick

2. Online with the potential for workshops at a local site

In addition to being able to present your research online, we provide the option to submit workshop ideas to be facilitated at a local site for the duration of the conference. By including a nominated university as a local site within your abstract, you provide a guide for us to mobilise a small number of partner universities to enable this option.

Format

Abstract format

In person or online

Paper presentation (15-20 minutes)

 

250-300 words maximum accompanied by a brief biographical note for each presenter (approx. 50 words)

 

You would like to present online

 

 

Panel (40-minute panel with 20-minute Q and A)

 

500-600 words accompanied by a brief biographical note for each presenter (approx. 50 words)

You would like to present online

Workshop (2 hours)

250-300 words accompanied by a brief biographical note for each presenter (approx. 50 words) and a suggested nominated university as your local site

You would like to facilitate a workshop at a local site

Reviewing criteria

  • Clarity, rigour and coherence of the proposal.
  • Relevance of the proposal to the field of drama and theatre education and applied drama/theatre research.
  • Connection of proposal to the conference theme (desirable).

UPDATE: We are keen to ensure IDIERI showcases high-quality research from across the field. We welcome multiple submissions from applicants. Due to a shorter conference programme and in the interests of equity, we are encouraging applicants, where possible, to submit only one proposal per format option e.g. a paper and/or a panel and/or a workshop.

If you have any questions about the submission/reviewing process, please get in touch with us (see the Contacts page).