Publish or Post Your Papers
Critical Link International will publish a thematic manuscript of the conference papers presented. If you presented at the CLI9 Conference in Tokyo, Japan and want to submit your paper for publication OR if you simply wish to disseminate your slide presentation or a short paper in PDF form via the CLI website, please see details and information below.
Critical Link is committed to ensuring that a publication of thematic papers arising from the CLI9 conference, together with papers presented at previous conferences and not previously published, will be achieved. We ask our members and colleagues for their patience as we work through some challenges while working towards this goal. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Presenters can disseminate their in one of two (or both) ways.
1) KnowledgeLinkIC (KLIC) – Critical Link International Website
Conference Proceedings will be published online in the KnowledgeLinkIC (KLIC) hosted by Critical Link International.
Presenters who wish to be included in the Online Conference Proceedings resources section of the CLI website must submit their papers (date pending)
Papers must be submitted as PDF files and must follow these guidelines:
SUBMIT TO: email@example.com
Subject Line: KLiC CLI9
2) CLI Thematic Volume for CLI9
The Critical Link thematic volume will be published by John Benjamins following the tradition of previous CLI conferences.
The Critical Link volume is a peer-reviewed thematic issue in accordance with the theme of the CL9.
If you have not already done so, we will be accepting abstracts: Authors and presenters are invited to submit ABSTRACTS
Full and final papers will be expected by TBD
Publication (to be confirmed): TBD by John Benjamins Publishing
GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACTS
INCLUDE: Title, dates of work, name of author(s), affiliations, titles or designations
Note that all submissions must be previously unpublished and fully owned by the author to submit
Format: Submit in Times New Roman, 12-point font, double-spaced as a PDF
Word Count: 300 – 500
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject Line: CLI9 Proceedings Abstract Submission