Interpret Europe Conference | 8-11 May 2020 in Haapsalu, Estonia | #iecon20
Call for papers
Format of presentations
Interpret Europe conferences regularly attract 150-200 attendees from up to 40 countries, all of whom share a dedication to support local people and visitors in their search for meaning in heritage. Besides seminal keynote speeches and study visits to remarkable heritage sites, IE conferences benefit from up to 80 presentations and interactive workshops delivered by their attendees.
Presentations can be 25 or 55 minutes long, including ten minutes for exchanges of views. We generally recommend keeping presentations as short and inspiring as possible. Workshops can be 55 or 85 minutes long and will always be characterised by the active involvement of all participants.
Conference proceedings will be published online on the day that the conference begins. They will include all full papers received by 15 April 2020. Delivering a full paper is not mandatory.
Please read the abstract requirements here and use the online submission form for sending us your proposal. Paper abstracts will be assessed by an independent review team. We need to receive your abstract by 1 February 2020.
1 October 2019: Call for Papers
1 January 2020: Programme is online, registration opens
1 February 2020: Deadline for scholarship applications
1 February 2020: Deadline for the submission of abstracts
1 April 2020: Deadline for early bird registration
15 April 2020: Deadline for the delivery of full papers
1 May 2020: Deadline for regular registration