Abstract/paper submission and guidelines Differences and Connections: Beyond Universal Theories in Planning, Urban, and Heritage Studies
About forty abstracts will be selected for presentation in the conference. The selection will be based on the topics covered and the general quality of the written abstract. Although priority will be given to students enrolled in AESOP’s member schools of planning during the selection process, seats will be reserved for papers from countries outside the European Union. A wide geographical distribution and equality of gender through participants will be guaranteed.
The successful contributors will be asked to provide a full version of their paper (around 6.000 words) by 31st January 2015. Your complete paper should also be written according to the template downloadable at this link.
If you wish your paper to be considered for the Best Paper Prize, please specify it in the registration form and in the final paper. When you accept to partake to the prize, you commit to submit the paper to the awarding journal in case it is selected as the winner.
PLEASE NOTE: multi-authored papers are welcome, but all authors must be young academics – i.e. students, PhD students, post-docs, early-stage career researchers with no permanent position –, young activists or practitioners.