2019 Call For Papers

The USITT Sound Commission is seeking new and innovative work and solicits contributions that may be technical or creative in nature. The Sound Commission has worked to develop this platform to encourage sharing of creative practices and research-oriented content, and provide an avenue for new voices in the field.

Please note that all submissions will be peer reviewed, and those accepted will be published electronically. A select number of submissions will be chosen and their authors invited to present in the Current Practices and Research in Sound session at the 2019 USITT Conference in Louisville, KY. The top paper will be awarded a waived conference registration fee and $450 toward cost of travel and hotel stay.

Many educational institutions recognize peer-reviewed papers/articles that are presented and/or published at the national level as impactful and valuable scholarly work.

The deadline for submitting abstract (60-120 words) and précis (500-750 words) has been extended to December 15, 2018. Applicants will be notified about provisional acceptances by January 1, 2018. Full papers/articles and must then be submitted by February 1, 2019, after which time they will be reviewed by a jury of peers. Applicants will be notified about official acceptances by February 15, 2019.

Typed abstracts should be 60-120 words and should provide a brief but concise summary of the topic of research. The précis should be 500-750 words, and should provide additional detail and supporting information. Website links, audio and video links, another other supporting material may be included.

Please email submissions to ndrashne@kent.edu

For questions and additional information, contact:

Nicholas Drashner
VC of Research
USITT Sound Commission
ndrashne@kent.edu