Call for Papers
2 – 5 September 2021
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Oxonmoot 2021 - Call for Papers

  • Introduction

    This form should be used to offer a talk or paper for presentation at Oxonmoot 2021.
    Proposals for events and activities other than talks or papers should be submitted via the separate Call for Activities form linked from the event website.
    We will notify you by 18 July whether your paper has been accepted for presentation.
  • About You

  • The name you will be using at the event (if not your real name)
  • Please indicate your intended mode of presentation. In the event that we are unable to hold an in-person element to Oxonmoot, we will contact those whose papers have been accepted and who have indicated an intention to present in person and offer an online presentation slot. Equally, if travel restrictions prevent the presenter of an accepted paper travelling to Oxford, we will re-schedule to an online presentation slot.
  • To help with scheduling the programme, please indicate the time zone from where you will present your paper if it is presented online. If you have indicated an intention to present in person, please give your home time zone in this box in case we have to move your presentation online. Please select the correct time zone for September.
  • Should your contribution be accepted, this will be published in the event programme
  • Should your contribution be accepted, we would like to use your profile picture in the event programme. Should you for any reason not wish to use a photograph of yourself in the programme, please provide an alternative image representative of yourself or your paper.
    Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png.
  • Graduate Students pursuing an MA, MSc, MRes, MSt, MPhil, DPhil, PhD or equivalent degree from a recognised higher education institution are eligible to apply for a Tolkien Society Bursary to support their attendance at Oxonmoot 2021 (Registration fee and, for in person delegates, travel and accommodation cost). Applications for the Bursary will open on Sunday 23rd May and close on Thursday 1st July. Please check the box below if you are applying for a Bursary.
  • About your Contribution

    Please note that papers will be given a 30 minute slot, broken down into 20 minutes for the paper and 10 minutes for questions. If you wish to offer a longer talk please discuss the details with the Talks & Papers Co-ordinator.
  • The Abstract/Description of accepted contributions will be published in the event programme. Please write it with this in mind.
  • Other Information

  • Optional. If you have any additional comments or information to support your submission, please add it here. This field will not be published.