Participation

English, Spanish and Catalan are accepted languages for in-person presentations; in the case of special panels (symposia), posters and virtual presentations, all official EU languages are accepted.

Proposals for papers or posters (individual or collective)

The papers may be signed by one or more people. To propose a paper (both in-person or virtual), please send us a title, summary (250 words approx.), topic in which the proposal is registered and a brief curriculum vitae (one paragraph), through the form: https://forms.gle/v5K1DYNWQG4pysos6.

Symposium Proposals
The symposiums are 90-minute panels in which 4 or 5 papers of diverse authorship and the related topic will be presented, coordinated by one person. The coordinator must be in charge of sending us the joint proposal through the form: https://forms.gle/v5K1DYNWQG4pysos6.

To propose a symposium, please send us the title of the symposium, a brief justification of it and the topic in which you register. Likewise, we will need the title and summary of each paper included (250 words approx.), as well as name, contact and a succinct curriculum for each author.

Deadlines

Deadline for receiving proposals for papers or symposia:March 8th, 2023 International Women’s Day. New date: April 23nd, World Book Day

Acceptance or rejection will be informed in order of reception and, in any case, before March 21st, spring equinox in the northern hemisphere, World Poetry Day and World Down Syndrome Day, New date: April 28th.

Mar 8th, 2022. Proposal submission deadline
Mar 21st, 2022 . Acceptance / rejection of proposals
Apr 23rd, 2022. Extended deadline
Apr 28th, 2022. Final proposals acceptance/rejection
May 1st, 2022. Deadline for early registration and payment
Jun 15th, 2022. Deadline for registration and payment
Jul 16th, 2022. Inauguration of the III CICELI
30-jul-2022. Full-text submission deadline (in case you are interested in its publication)

 

 

In previous editions we received 289 proposals from researchers from more than 200 universities around the world, teachers and students from 24 countries, especially in The United States and Spain and, to a lesser extent, Mexico, Colombia, France, Poland, Canada, Chile, Brazil, Italy, etc.