The congress will be held in English and French.
The status of the session moderator is free: professional, independent, Phd student, junior or senior researcher, etc.
The richness of the CIHA congress lies in its desire to bring together an international community of art historians in the broadest sense of the term, around a subject, whatever the status of the participants, their professional situation and cultural areas. It is important to mix international professional and scientific networks as well as generations.
The scientific committee will ensure a balance of status and cultural areas in each session chair.
It is possible to propose a session alone. The moderation will then be done jointly with a scholar of a different nationality in order to keep an international dimension. The scientific committee will make proposals to add a scholar or an expert from the host country.
It is possible to propose a session with 1 or 2 people, from the same or a different country. The session proposals are submitted to the scientific committee for validation, which may suggest to add an expert from the inviting country.
Yes, the maximum number recommended is however 3 persons.It is recommended to have an expert from the host country among these people, i.e. working in France and/or for a French institution. The presence of an expert from the host country in the session moderation is a tradition of CIHA congresses.
Yes, it is possible to include those who have been approached. However, it should be noted that the sessions will then be open to all proposals for papers. These will be studied and selected by the session chairs in consultation with the scientific committee.
The session proposal should indicate the major issues it addresses in terms of history, science, methodology, technology, etc. It must be addressed to the international community of researchers who will propose papers. It must therefore include the hypothesis or hypotheses inviting the international community to intervene. It is not an abstract of an article or a research project.
The bibliographical references may be listed in abbreviated form (author, date) with, if necessary, references (links) to the Internet.
The duration of the sessions will vary according to the number of papers they host.
They can last from 90 to 180 minutes.
Travel and accommodation costs are not covered by the Congress organisers. There will be a charge for access to the Congress. Many institutions provide a budget for the participation of their members in international congresses. The organising committee is also looking for ways to support the mobility of scholars.
Yes, it is possible and encouraged to create partnerships around the session you are moderating in order to support the mobility of international scholars.
You can contact:
An email will be sent to all those who have proposed sessions informing them whether or not their proposal has been accepted.
Preferential rates will be introduced, including an "early birds" rate and a student rate. The list of rates is currently being drawn up and will be put online shortly.
The registration fee is currently being defined.
To encourage international mobility, scholarships will be available and indicated on the website from the call for papers.
To encourage international mobility, and in particular that of young scholars, grants will be available and indicated on the website from the call for papers.
The 36th CIHA Congress is organized by: