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Call for Student Papers - ACA 2023: Belonging - Considering archival bonds and disconnects

  • 10 Feb 2023
  • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • In Person - online submission form

Emerging Voices, New Ideas

Deadline: February 10, 2023

ACA 2023: Belonging - Considering archival bonds and disconnects 

City: Charlottetown, PEI

Dates: June 28 - July 1, 2023

Format: In person 

Submissions are now open for the Emerging Voices session at the Association of Canadian Archivists 2023 conference!   

Are you an archives or information studies student with an idea that you want to share with the community? Have you written a paper or conducted research you would like to take to the next level? Do you want to build your skills in public speaking and improve your resume? The ACA 2023 Conference Program Team wants to hear from you!  Topics do not have to relate to the conference theme. First-time presenters welcome! 

Three submissions from this call will be chosen by the ACA Foundation Board Members to present at the 2023 ACA Conference, June 28-July 1 in Charlottetown, PEI.  Successful applicants will receive a monetary award and complimentary conference registration. To receive this award, you must be an ACA student member. Submissions not selected for the awarded session may be considered for the general program.  

Conference theme and call for submissions information :https://archivists.ca/ACA-2023

Submission form:

https://archivists_ca.formstack.com/forms/emergingvoices_belonging_aca_2023

Lara Wilson

Chair, ACA 2023 Conference Program Team

Program.Team@archivists.ca



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