- April 14, 2009
- Posted by: Elijah Gartin
The deadline has now passed for paper proposals for all sessions at the 2009 PAMLA Conference, to be held November 6-7 at San Francisco State University. This year we introduced a new Online Proposal Submission Form to aid us in organizing the conference program. If your paper has been accepted for a session, but you did not submit a proposal online, please contact [email protected] for instructions on how to submit a late proposal. All proposals must be submitted online to be included in the conference program.
The full Call for Papers remains available at www.pamla.org/2009/cfp.
If you have particular questions concerning a session, please contact the Presiding Officer listed in the CFP. General questions about the conference may be directed to Craig Svonkin at [email protected].