Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Submit proposals for WIPs and Incubators at the Emerging Immigration Scholars Conference
The steering committee for the 2023 Emerging Immigration Scholars Conference is now accepting proposals for works-in-progress or incubator ideas.
firstname.lastname@example.org. Historically, "emerging" has been interpreted to include scholars with 10 years or less of experience in academia; however, we aim to be more inclusive this year, as this is the first gathering since before the pandemic.The 2023 Conference will take place June 15 and 16, 2023, at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. If you wish to be considered for a works-in-progress or incubator session, please submit your proposal to
The organizers are also seeking discussants who will read and comment on the works-in-progress or incubator ideas.
If you want to propose a work-in-progress:
• Please put “ImmProf WIP [Lastname]” as the subject line• Please submit an abstract of no more than one page, with a title.
If you want to propose an incubator: • Please put “Incubator [Lastname]” as the subject line • Please submit a description of no more than one paragraph, with a title.
If you would be willing to be a discussant: • Please email us by April 10 with a list of your areas of expertise.
The deadline for submissions is Monday, April 10. We anticipate notifying accepted WIP or incubator proposals by April 24. Final papers will be due on June 1, 2023. Further information about the conference schedule and registration is forthcoming.
email@example.com or contact any member of the conference steering committee directly with questions or concerns.Please feel free to email
Cori Alonso-Yoder, George Washington University Law SchoolKate Evans, Duke University School of Law Pedro Gerson, California Western School of Law Annie Lai, University of California, Irvine School of Law Tania Valdez, George Washington University Law School Paulina Vera, George Washington University Law School