A roundtable proposal includes a chair and four presentations not based on written papers. A roundtable generally addresses pressing political questions (examples from 2018 include recent elections in Hungary and Russia, the Polish Memory Law, and the protests in Armenia) or discussions over methodology (an example from 2018 was “ethics in fieldwork”) or historiography. It is not meant to present specific topics based on research.
To submit a roundtable proposal, the panel organizer must fill out a Roundtable Proposal Form and send it by attachment to [email protected] and [email protected]. The form includes the roundtable title, as well as the coordinates, presentation titles, a 300 word abstract of the roundtable theme and 100 word biographical statements of all panel members.
Each roundtable member must also fill out a separate Fact Sheet online.