CFP: Cheiron and ISHN Joint Conference in the History of Neurosciences
The first joint conference of: Cheiron (The Society for the History of the Behavioral and the Social Sciences) and ISHN (The international Society for the History of the Neurosciences) will be held in June, 2011, at the University of Calgary (June 16-19) and the Bannf Centre for the Arts (Jun 19-23) in Alberta, Canada.
Submissions for papers, posters, symposia/panels, or workshops are invited. The main conference will be at the University of Calgary, while a post-conference retreat (with workshops) will be held at the Banff Centre for the Arts in the Rocky Mountains following the main conference.When submitting poster/paper abstracts and letters of intent for symposia/panels and workshops, please indicate whether you would also consider attending the Banff retreat and presenting at that venue (esp. posters and workshops).
Possible submissions may deal with any aspect of the history of the neurosciences, behavioral and social sciences or related historiographical and methodological material. All submissions must be received by 5pm CST on February 1, 2011. Authors are strongly encouraged to send submissions electronically as attachments (.rtf, .doc, .txt); alternatively, you may send three printed copies of your submission to one of the Co-Chairs by post. A link to the detailed specifications for submissions for Paper, Poster and Symposia/Panels may be found at the conference website listed below. Program submissions should be sent to one of the Program Chairs, Fredric Weizmann at York University (email@example.com) or Frank Stahnisch at the University of Calgary (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*Workshops*: Please contact one of the program chairs who will facilitate the exchange with the mutual program committee.
For any further information (instructions for submissions, keynote speakers, venues, timeline, accommodation, please see the conference homepage at: http://www.ucalgary.ca/ISHN_Cheiron/ or either one of the societies home pages. Additional information can also be asked through the local organizing committee (e.g. Dr. Hank Stam (email@example.com) and Dr. Andrew Bulloch (firstname.lastname@example.org).