Today was notification day for the 2014 meeting of the International Communication Association. Usually I wait until I receive the email notifications, but this morning curiosity got the better of me and I logged in to the ICA website to see my invitation letter. What I saw surprised me (3 acceptances? to ICA? no way), and I was convinced it was reading it incorrectly. But, only about an hour later I received three emails letting me know that each of my submissions were accepted. With a 36% acceptance rate for 2014, I am giving myself a pat on the back and then diving back into my mountains of data.
2014 CGSA CFP
The Canadian Game Studies Association (CGSA/ACÉV) annual conference will be held in St. Catharines, Ontario, on May 28 and 29 2014, in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities & Social Sciences. We invite submissions from all disciplines from researchers working on or around video games. Graduate student submissions are welcome and encouraged!
Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2014.
Now in its 83rd year, the Congress of the Humanities & Social Sciences (typically shortened to “Congress”) is Canada’s largest gathering of scholars. A full list of organizations who hold their annual conference as part of Congress is located here: http://congress2014.ca/
St. Catharines is located within driving distance of the Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) and Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ). Further details about travel to St. Catharines can be found on the Congress website: http://congress2014.