A user account:
While we understand that multiple areas may be relevant to your session's topic, we limit chairs to only a Primary Area and a Secondary Area for practical reasons.
We also understand that session topics may relate to multiple national and continental literatures and langauges. We recommend choosing areas such as Comparative Language and Literature and World Literatures where applicable.
You can change the format to accommodate more than 4 presenters.
A seminar is paper-based and allows up to 10
participants. A roundtable is not paper-based, is
conversation-based between participants and the audience, and has a
maximum of 8 participants.
You can request a second session by clicking on the button at the bottom of your "manage" page. These requests are not guaranteed as second sessions depend on space availability.
As early as May here.
No, you have to identify yourself which of the more than 400 approved sessions (including panels, seminars, roundtables, creative sessions, workshops) to which you want to submit your abstract. You may submit several abstracts.
Yes. Please confirm with your session chair.
* Needs to be requested when submitting an abstract
* NeMLA provides a projector, a VGA cable, a screen, and
computer speakers with audio jack cable. Please consult with your
session’s chair for any technology requests, and they will
contact NeMLA to follow-up.
* NeMLA does not provide any device (laptop, tablet, etc) to connect to the projector or audio jack speakers. Please bring your own VGA adapters (including Apple product adapters), slideshow advance clickers, laser pointers, or other materials.
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