Promoting Calls for Papers and Conference Registration
LIBRARY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE is recognized as the premier firm in the United States creating, organizing and managing book exhibits for scholarly and professional conferences. We contribute substantially to the excitement and intellectual value of your meeting by bringing together a comprehensive collection of titles.
We are devoted to contributing to the success of your conference, and to helping your organization grow in size and prominence. One way we work with meeting organizers is to promote your Call-for-Papers, and your conference itself—increasing the number of registrants.
Library of Social Science’s mailings reach an audience of 53,961 distinguished scholars and professionals—people active in their fields who frequently attend conferences. We also target relevant listservs and meeting announcement websites.
We have been able to increase the number of proposals received by organizations we work with by 50% and more.
We also promote your meeting to people who simply want to attend. We can increase the number of people who register.
For information on how LIBRARY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE can promote your call-for-papers or your conference, please contact Hugh Galford at 718-393-1104, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some Calls-for-Papers Distributed by Library of Social Science
The VIII Annual SOCIAL THEORY FORUM
Italian Social Theory: from Antonio Gramsci to Giorgio Agamben
April 13 and 14, 2011 • University of Massachusetts Boston
National Association for Ethnic Studies, Inc. 2011 Conference
“The New Racism: Illusions of Equality and the Assault on Ethnic Studies”
April 7-9, 2011 • Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA
Psychoanalysis and Politics: “Nationalism and the Body Politic”
March 25–27, 2011 • Oslo, Norway
The Human Condition Series 3rd Biennial International, Multidisciplinary Conference
May 21-22, 2010 • Nipissing University Muskoka Campus, Bracebridge, Ontario
The VII Annual Social Theory Forum: Critical Social Theory
“Freud & Lacan For the 21st Century
April 7-8, 2010 • University of Massachusetts Boston
International Society for Theoretical Psychology
June 18-22, 2007 • York University, Toronto