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Join us for the 2022 Annual Meeting at National Taiwan Normal University, June 15-18, 2022. This will be a fully in person conference.
|08.15.2021 - 09.30.2021||Call for seminar proposals|
|10.01.2021 - 10.31.2021||Call for papers|
|11.01.2021 - 11.09.2021||Seminar organizers review paper submissions|
|11.10.2021 - 11.24.2021||ACLA Program committee reviews all seminar submissions|
|11.25.2021 - 12.15.2021||Final decisions sent to all applicants|
|January 2022||Travel Grant winners will be announced|
|June 15-18, 2022||ACLA 2022 Annual Meeting|
To propose a paper to the 2022 Annual Meeting, fill out the form available at this link. Please be sure to select the correct seminar to which you wish to submit your paper. To view more details on available seminars before submitting, visit www.acla.org/seminars.
Submitting a paper here does NOT guarantee acceptance of your paper to the ACLA 2022 Annual Meeting. The organizer of the seminar to which you are submitting your paper will review and provisionally accept or decline your submission by Tuesday, November 9, 2021. The ACLA Program Committee will then review all seminar proposals and notify seminar organizers of acceptance or rejection by December 15, 2021.
The ACLA will reserve a small room block close to the university and encourages all attendees to plan to seek out their own accommodations. Return to this page in October 2021 for a list of local hotels close to the conference site. All attendees will also be welcome to communicate on our Room Share forum that will also go live in September.
The ACLA is proud to offer an increased fund for the 2022 travel grants for contingent faculty and graduate students. Return to the site in Fall 2021 for application information.
Watch the video below to learn more about our university host, NTNU.
In view of the ongoing pandemic, the 2022 conference may need to be moved online again. The board has developed a contingency plan and will make a final decision in January 2022. ACLA welcomes your feedback and will be happy to take your questions and listen to concerns about the 2022 conference. We appreciate your continuing patience and support.
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