Abstract Guidelines2018-08-03T01:29:09+00:00

Abstracts are invited for:

  1. Oral presentations (20 minutes+ 5 min question time)
  2. Organised sessions (100 minutes, consisting three to four papers and a discussant)

Abstracts should report original work that has not been published prior to the Society's meeting. Although abstracts may reflect work previously presented elsewhere, the work should not have been previously presented at the Society's meeting.

No abstracts/session proposals/full papers will be accepted after the submission deadline: Sunday 3rd June 2018;

All submissions are to be submitted via the Conference Maker website. Detailed instructions on how to do this can be found here.

Abstracts should be no more than 300 words in length for oral presentations and no more than 1,600 words for organised session proposals (300 words max for each abstract and 400 words max for a summary of the proposed session).

Papers submitted by PhD students will be automatically considered for the AHED workshop. Those papers that are not selected for the AHED workshop will be considered for the main AHES conference automatically. AHES will award a A$500 prize for the best paper presented at the AHED workshop by a junior researcher.

If you are submitting for the AHES travel scholarship (see eligibility), you will also need to submit a full paper and a letter of support from your supervisor (in pdf format) together with your abstract by the deadline of Sunday 3rd June 2018 (maximum 8000 words for the paper).

All submissions will be reviewed by the Scientific Review Committee, and notifications will be sent to the main contact/presenting author no later than Friday 29thJune 2017.

An individual is only allowed to present one paper at the AHES conference, either in a contributed or an organised session.