Full Format

General Papers


  • Paper presentations will be allocated 25 minutes (+ 5 minutes for questions).
  • Time keepers will be provided by the GLOCAL COMELA 2022 if needed.
  • 18-word maximum presentation title
  • 400-word maximum abstract, including references
  • For individual papers submitted for review and acceptance into the general sessions, the first author will be the nominated ‘Corresponding Author’, but can also be a ‘Presenting Author’ when completing the profile.

Colloquia


  • 1.5 hours with 3-5 contributors
  • Abstracts for the colloquium must be uploaded in the submissions box. The abstract must contain both the main description of the colloquium, as well as a summarized description of each individual paper to be presented within the colloquium. This information must include the names and affiliations of each author and presenter, the title of each respective session/presentation, as well as any other information construed as relevant.
  • Each author must also confirm their role: Presenting Author, Non-Presenting Author, Chair, or Discussant.
  • Colloquia provide an opportunity for several presenters within the boundaries of a theme or topic to present together in a supportive environment. Colloquium organizers can tailor time lengths to each presentation, but must allow time to include opening and closing remarks, presentations, and audience interaction.
  • The colloquium chair is responsible for organizing the group and for submitting the colloquium in the Call for Papers platform on behalf of all contributors.
  • All colloquium submissions must be uploaded to the submission site using the Colloquium Submission Form Template provided.
  • Panel organizers here will be responsible for panel chairs. Time keepers will be provided by the GLOCAL COMELA 2022, if needed.

Poster Presentations


  • Posters will be displayed at designated times throughout the GLOCAL COMELA 2022.
  • Posters are for one-on-one discussion of a symposium-related theme or topic.
  • A block of time will be allocated for presenters to discuss their posters.
  • Posters will be displayed in the designated areas (main halls).
  • Presenters will be assigned a space to display their poster(s).
  • Posters should be A0: 841 x 1189 mm width x height (landscape or portrait).
  • A guiding but not necessary template for the poster can be found at the link https://comela.me/poster-template/
  • Submissions should contain a summary of key elements for the presentation.
  • Posters can include relevant visuals or academically descriptive objects, where color is optimal.
  • Posters must be clear, concise, and simple, with large fonts, with the title of the project, and author information (name and affiliation).

Methodology / Analysis Workshops

ELAR – Endangered Language Repository, SOAS

Several Academic Scholars on
– Linguistics
– Anthropology
– Sociolinguistics

Talks


  • Whistle Community, Panagiotis Tsanavaris
  • Anthropological Association of Greece
  • Greek Society for Ethnology

Keynotes


Jan Blommaert (Memorial)
Department of Culture Studies
Tilburg University
The Netherlands

Dimitris Dalakoglou
Department of Social Anthropology
Vrije University
The Netherlands

Ioanna Sitaridou
Faculty of Linguistics
Cambridge University
U.K.

Pavlos Kavouras
Faculty of Music Studies
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Greece

Keynotes


Ioanna Sitaridou
Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages
Cambridge University
U.K.

Anthropology Excursion


  • Mycenae – Nafplio
  • Dimitsana Anthropological and Historical Village

Cultural Performance 

Lykeion ton Hellenidon, Athens

The Lykeion ton Hellenidon has played an active and important role in the preservation and presentation of Greek cultural traditions and folk customs. The Lykeion endeavours to preserve and disseminate Greek traditional music, and has produced much media for the teaching of Greek folk dances.

The material in the Lyceum Club’s possession – priceless costumes, folk music, dances, etc – is not intended merely for educational purposes, for use by scholars and specialists or for display in the Museum, but are brought to life in the performances of the Lykeion ton Hellenidon’s Folk Dance Group, which, since the early days of the Lykeion’s life, has presented programmes οn Greek traditional themes to audiences at home and abroad.

The Lyceum has been awarded twice by the Greek Academy and in 2012 it has been certified as a consultative organization of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.  

Anthropological Exhibitions


Endangered Languages Projects
Ethnographic Projects
SOAS
10 global universities

Displays


Various Universities and Associations

Proceedings Publications


ISI / SCOPUS / AHCI / CPCI Indexed Proceedings book

Special Issues


Several special journal issues on highly tiered journals