This workshop is an opportunity for a deep dive into your work with a diverse group of experts. The workshop will only include authors and workshop staff. We will meet for three afternoons on WebEx. Full written versions of papers will be distributed to and read by all workshop participants before the workshop. Readers will have an opportunity to, but need not, submit written questions or comments to the authors before the workshop. Each paper will have a 45-minute discussion period, 10 minutes of which can include a brief presentation by the authors. Workshop staff will write brief white papers and infographics based on workshop papers, which will be packaged into an engaging, accessible website for a general audience.
Accepted papers are due to workshop organizers on May 30, 2020.
The workshop will take place on July 26, 27, 28, 2021.
Workshop paper selection process
Workshop spots are limited. We aim to solicit excellent scholarship from a diverse group of people at a wide range of career stages. To meet this goal, workshop applicants should submit a 500-word paper abstract and a one-page CV. Additionally, applicants will be invited, but not required, to submit a statement as to whether they self-identify with equity-seeking groups or might otherwise contribute to the diversity of the workshop. These application materials will be reviewed by a committee, which will select workshop participants.
What does a workshop paper look like?
If your abstract is accepted you should submit a paper to the workshop by May 30, 2021. This paper should be a moderately polished draft of between 6000 and 9000 words (excluding bibliography) that you can revise for submission to FPQ. The paper you submit to the workshop will be distributed to and read by other workshop participants.