Submission deadline: January 18, 2015 (11:59 PM EST)
Submission length: 300-500 words

Please fill out the form below. For questions or inquiries, email theorizingtheweb@gmail.com or tweet @TtW_conf.

We are looking for contributions that advance clear theoretical arguments; represent a diverse range of perspectives; embrace accessibility by demystifying jargon rather than using it as a crutch; and which, importantly, appeal to concerns of power, social (in)equality, and justice. All aspects of your argument—assumptions, logic, and conclusions—should be readily apparent in your abstract; when applicable, it is also helpful to make reference to any preexisting theoretical work with which you are in conversation. While it is appropriate to mention any data you are collecting, your emphasis should be on the theoretical stakes or implications of your study and not on the data themselves. You do not need to include a list of references with your abstract.

Abstracts should be 300-500 words; please note that only the first 500 words of your abstract will be considered. Full papers will not be required in order to present.

The open submission panel sessions will take place on both days of the conference.