2018 Race & Pedagogy National Conference

Proposal Submission Form


RPI RPNC 2018 Proposal Submission

RPI RPNC 2018 Proposal Submission

Please read the Call for Proposals and Submission Guidelines before submitting this form.

  • Submission Overview

    Deadline: Friday, March 9, 2018.

    All proposals will be peer reviewed.
    Race & Pedagogy Institute will notify you of your proposal status by May 18, 2018.

    Concurrent sessions are typically 1 hour and 15 minutes.

    Individual paper and presentation proposals accepted will be combined into panel or roundtable sessions at the discretion of the Conference Planning Committee. Panels will typically include three or four speakers, and may include a discussant. In most cases, individual paper presentations will be limited to 15 minutes, with time for discussion at the end of each session.

    Please take the time constraints into account in preparing submissions.

    Person(s), whose proposals are accepted, are expected to register for the conference.

    If a disability reasonable accommodation is needed in order to submit a proposal, please contact the Race & Pedagogy Institute at 253.879.2435 or raceandpedagogy@pugetsound.edu



    Note: Presenter(s) information will not be shared in the peer review process.

    Collecting from Primary/Presenter

    The Office of Institutional Research at the University of Puget Sound is leading the coordination of assessment of the 2018 Race & Pedagogy National Conference. Responses to these data questions will assist the Race & Pedagogy Institute in assessing the reach and impact of the conference.

    The data you provide here will not be used in the peer review process or any purposes other than assessment. In addition, individual data will not be reported for assessment. Data will be combined and reported by category after the conference as we engage in assessing the conference for success and improvement.

  • Demographics

  • PART IV - Acknowledgements and Submission

    The Race & Pedagogy Institute (RPI) aims to promote scholarly communication for many who may not be able to attend the conference. To that end, conference sessions will be digitally recorded including, but not limited to, video and audio taping, and may be live-streamed. Recorded and written materials are deposited into our university repository and are available to the public via the internet and through our library system. As author(s), you retain copyright ownership of the materials you create.

    Note: Response(s) will not affect the overall proposal review or selection process.