CSSE’s 51st Annual Conference will be held from Saturday, May 27 (preconference day) to Thursday, June 1 (postconference day) as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Congress 2023 will take place at York University’s Keele and Glendon campuses in Toronto, Ontario. The theme for Congress 2023 is Reckonings and Reimaginings.
Members of CSSE are invited to submit presentation proposals by 1 October 2022 (23h59 Eastern). Proposals received after this date will not be considered.
Submitting a Proposal
- Visit the CSSE Conference Website: https://csse-scee.ca/conference-2023/
- Log in to the CSSE Members’ Portal: https://www.assocsrv.ca/csse/index.asp?LANG=E
- Renew (or purchase) your CSSE membership. The person submitting each proposal must have a current CSSE membership valid until the end of the conference.
- Upload your proposal and supporting information to OCS (Open Conference System). Submitters will be directed to OCS from within the Members’ portal. Proposals sent by any other means will be not accepted.
CSSE 2023 To Be Mostly In-Person
The Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences has announced that Congress 2023 will take place in-person at York University’s Keele and Glendon campuses, with some virtual elements available on the Forj platform that was used for Congress 2021 and 2022. While CSSE now has two years of experience hosting online-only gatherings, we have no experience hosting a hybrid conference at CSSE’s scale, and a fully (or significantly) hybrid gathering involves significant challenges.
Therefore, while we anticipate that CSSE 2023 will include some virtual elements, we expect that CSSE 2023 will be predominantly in-person. If you have insights or questions, please reach out to Michael Holden, the CSSE Conference Manager, at email@example.com, or contact your Association President. We look forward to welcoming you to York University and this year’s conference!
For further details, please review the full Call for Presentations.
Michael Holden, CSSE Conference Manager