Thursday, July 12, 2012
CFP: Scholarly Colloquium on Intercollegiate Athletics
Scholarly Colloquium on Intercollegiate Athletics
Call for Papers
“Economic Inequality Within the NCAA ”
The Sixth Annual Scholarly Colloquium on Intercollegiate Athletics
In Conjunction with the NCAA Annual Convention
January 14-16, 2013
The sixth annual Scholarly Colloquium on Intercollegiate Athletics will be held January
14-16, 2013, in conjunction with the NCAA Annual Convention in Grapevine, Texas.
The theme for this year’s colloquium is “Economic Inequality Within the NCAA.” The
conference will feature keynote speakers, formal reactions to each keynote, and
concurrent sessions of oral presentations and poster presentations.
Paper proposals should deal closely with issues related to the conference theme of
“Economic Inequality Within the NCAA.” Papers may highlight scholarship from the
sciences, social sciences, economics, humanities, or any number of professional fields
that are either directly or indirectly related to this theme within intercollegiate athletics.
Abstract Format & Submission Guidelines
To be considered for the refereed paper and poster sessions, authors must submit a
500-600 word abstract (in Microsoft Word) which conforms to the following format:
Line 1: author(s) and institution(s) name(s) (centered on page)
Line 2: type of session (20-minute oral or poster presentation)
Line 3 three to four keywords
Line 4: presentation title (centered on page)
Line 5: blank
Line 6 to end: text of abstract
Review Process: Papers will be subject to a blind multi-person peer review process.
Submissions will be reviewed using the following criteria: relevance or significance of
topic to conference theme, appropriate methodology, reliance on relevant literature,
clarity of analysis, summary of results, conclusions, and/or implications.
Abstract Submission Deadline: October 1, 2012
Notification: Individuals will be notified of the results of the review process in early
Submissions should be sent to: Janet Fink, firstname.lastname@example.org