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Reminder: CFP for ISHPSSB 2011

Moderator's note: Although you've probably seen our previous CFPs, 
please note that the instructions below address some frequently asked 
questions about the submission process that may not have been 
apparent before.

The deadline for submitting proposals for ISHPSSB 2011 in Salt Lake 
City is February 28.

For complete meeting details, go to:

Because we are using a single system that handles both the abstract 
submissions and the registration, you'll need to actually start (but 
not necessarily finish) registering for the conference.  As you do 
so, you'll be given the opportunity to submit an abstract for a paper 
or poster, or papers for a session that you are organizing.

There are no guidelines given for submission of abstracts.  It is 
entirely open-ended so as to allow for the many different 
disciplinary norms represented by ISHPSSB.  A paragraph of 4-6 
sentences describing your talk would be plenty, but feel free to make 
it longer if you need/want it to be--the system will accept up to 
2000 characters.  A longer or a shorter abstract will not increase or 
decrease your chances of it being accepted. However, if you are 
submitting a stand alone paper (rather than a session) a more 
detailed abstract will make it easier for us to fit it into the 
appropriate session.

The link to get into the registration system directly is:

Additional information about the meeting is available at:

Still thinking about what to submit or where you might fit in a 
session, visit the ISHPSSB Bulletin Board for session and paper ideas:

Chris Young and Mark Largent
Program co-chairs, ISHPSSB
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History of Science and Technology
Department of Biology
Alverno College
PO Box 343922
Milwaukee, WI  53234

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