Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I submit a CFP?

A: Please see here:
https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/submit

If this is your first time posting, click on "Create a new account". It will ask for your email address. You will then be sent an email containing a "one-time" login link. Check your email and click on that link to open the website in your browser. You will now be logged in and can submit the CFP.


Q: How do I make revisions to a CFP I've posted?

A: Please see here:
https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/user

You will be asked to login using your email address.  Enter your email address and click "Log in".   You will then be sent an email containing a "one-time" login link. Check your email and click on that link to open the website in your browser. You will now be logged in and can edit/update your existing CFPs or submit a new one.


 

Q: Can I subscribe to this site somehow?

A: Due to the volume of submissions, we no longer use email lists to distrubute CFPs.
RSS feeds are a fairly good replacement for email lists, however.

See here to subscribe to the RSS feed for all categories of CFPs
https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/category/all/feed

To subscribe to a subcategory, visit the subcategory page and click on the orange RSS button.

For example, for the category "Medieval", you would first navigate to https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/category/medieval.  On the top of that page next to the heading "medieval" is a small orange RSS button. Click on that to access the RSS feed.


 

Q: I am unable to log in or to register a new account to submit a CFP.  What can I do to fix this?

A:  Clicking on the "one-time" login link sometimes displays a "link not valid" error message.  This might have something to do with cookies or your browser configuration.

First, try clearing out the browser cache and then clicking on the "one-time" login link again.

If that doesn't work, copy/paste the "one-time" login link from your email into a different browser.

If all else fails, try opening the "one-time" login link on a different computer or device.