The Archaeology Channel
Eugene, Oregon, USA
15 - 19 May, 2024
CALL FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS
To our friends interested in cultural heritage media:
We invite you once more to submit your abstracts for the 2023 edition of The Archaeology Channel (TAC) Conference on Cultural Heritage Media, which will take place at a venue in downtown Eugene, Oregon, as part of The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival. See details on our Conference page and on our Festival page.
A central activity at the Conference is the exchange of ideas through formal presentations, symposia and forums. We encourage participation in this manner from all quarters. The Conference is an opportunity for you to share your perspectives on the uses of audiovisual media for the study, preservation, and promotion of cultural heritage. Your contribution will further the development of cultural heritage media as a strong and positive influence for people everywhere.
Please share this announcement with others you know who may have an interest. Many thanks and best wishes to you all.
This call for submissions includes procedures and policies. If you have questions regarding the submissions process or policies, please contact the ALI office prior to the deadline.
Deadline: The deadline for submissions is February 29, 2024. The Conference registration deadline for presenters is also February 29, 2024.
Mode of abstract submission: Submissions may be made by email correspondence until our planned online submission system becomes available.
Please use the Abstract Submission form here:
Abstract word limit: The required abstract length is no more than 150 words.
Conference registration requirement: Conference presenters must register for the Conference. No extra fees will be charged for Conference registrants who submit presentation abstracts.
Register for the event here:
All presenters, chairs, moderators, and discussants are required to pay the registration fee ($100) by the abstract submission deadline, February 29, 2024. Please let us know if this deadline is challenging for you.
Submission review: ALI staff will review abstract submissions as they come in and either accept them, make recommended changes, or decline them. Review decisions will be communicated to contributors by email as soon as possible.
Language requirement: All submissions and presentations must be in English.
Withdrawals: Registration fees for registrants who withdraw will be refunded by the ALI office, minus a $25 processing fee, upon receipt of a written request postmarked by March 1, 2024.
Important details; An abstract submission may be edited at any time before the submission deadline. No edits may be made after that time.
Individuals may submit only one abstract for consideration. No abstract may list more than five authors.
Audiovisual Equipment: Each presentation room is equipped with the following presentation setup:
- LCD projector and cable
- Laser pointer
The Conference venue does not provide a laptop computer, so you should consider bringing your own or coordinating with others in your session. Individuals who wish to order and pay for additional equipment must contact the ALI staff for audiovisual rental information.
Submission formats and requirements:
Individual contributed paper–30 minutes
Symposium–no more than eight 30-minute presentations, with a total length of 2-4 hours
Forum (interactive format organized around a tightly focused theme). Forum sessions may have no fewer than 3 participants designated as discussants, with one moderator or 2 co-moderators and no more than 12 participants in discussant roles. No papers are listed with the session. All session participants must have completed their Conference registration by the submission deadline. Co-authors who do not plan to attend do not need to register for the Conference.