Panels on a common theme or problem are strongly encouraged. Preorganised panels should include a minimum of three papers (maximum of five). Please arrange a chair for your panel. It is preferable the chair not be a paper presenter. The panel summary of 250 words should exhibit a clear, scholarly focus and a clear description of the overall purpose of the panel. Each paper abstract must not exceed 250 words, relate to the panel theme, and be scholarly, with a strong, focused statement of thesis or significance, clear goals and methodology. Co-authored papers can be presented in a panel.
To submit: Panel organisers should click on the link below. After registering with Oxford Abstracts, enter the details of the panel and the participants and indicate if you would like your panel to be considered for a non-English language slot. After you have submitted the panel, you will be prompted to invite your panellists to attach abstract submissions (Invite Users to Attach Submissions). In this box, enter the email addresses of the panellists - they will automatically be sent a link to input the details of their abstract and attach them to your panel.
Alternatively, you can submit the abstracts on behalf of your panellists by clicking "submit an abstract". Each abstract will require a seperate submission form.
Please note, you can access and amend the panel and abstract forms up until the final deadline. For support in filling out the form, refer to this help page.