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2018 Conference Announcement

SSAWW 2018 Triennial Conference in Denver, Colorado

Conference Theme: “Resistance and Recovery across the Americas”

November 7-11, 2018 | The Westin Denver Downtown



Conference CFP (updated 1.4.2018)

Call for Reviewers – 2018 SSAWW Triennial Conference

Hotel Information (coming soon)

Keynote (coming soon)

SSAWW 2018 Awards – Nominations (now closed)

Conference Registration (coming soon)

Become an SSAWW Member (note all conference participants must be members by September 28, 2018 in order to secure their place on the conference program)

Book/Exhibit Information (coming soon)



Submit individual paper proposals to: Individual Paper Proposal Form  

Submit pre-formed panel proposals to: Panel Proposal Form 

Submit pre-formed roundtable proposals to: Roundtable Proposal Form  

Submit workshop and exhibition proposals to: Workshop & Exhibition Proposal Form 

Submit special sessions (for SSAWW affiliate organizations) to: Special Sessions SSAWW Affiliate Organizations 

*This year, participants are allowed to appear on the final program no more than twice in an effort to allow as many individuals as possible the opportunity to participate. Participants will be listed in the program if they are presenting a paper, participating in a roundtable or workshop, or serving as the chair for a session. Participating in two different roles in the same session (e.g., as the chair and a panelist) would therefore count as two listings in the program. Please note that it is not permissible to present papers on two panels, though individuals can present as part of a panel and a roundtable session.

CFPs for Individual Panels from the following Societies and Individuals

(if you would like to have yours added please email Jordan Von Cannon at


For more information and updates, search this site for posts tagged “2018 Conference.”

Vice President for Organizational Affairs and Conference DirectorDr. Sabrina Starnaman at

Program Director and Vice President of DevelopmentDr. Christopher Allen Varlack, at

Program Assistant: Toya T. Mares, University of Houston-Downtown,


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