Join us each year in June for Mythmoot!
“Home is behind, the world ahead / And there are many paths to tread” — J. R. R. Tolkien
Mythmoot Call for Proposal Details are on the Mythmoot IX Page!
Start planning now!
Whether creative or critical, individual presentations will have 30 minutes — 20 minutes for presentation and 10 for Q&A. (N.B. The “creative” category is not limited to original works but could include presenting or performing art, music, drama, or dance — or even a presentation on how you went about knitting the One Ring into a tea cozy. If you have any questions about what you can present, please contact the submissions email.)
Panels must contain at least 3 papers and/or presenters and will be allocated 90 minutes total for presentations and Q&A.
Workshops must identify their own length (either 30 min, 60 min, or 90 min) and include justification for the requested time. Workshops may be run individually, but it is recommended that a workshop has at least two leaders. (Workshop examples: the knitting of Smaug hats, an interactive discussion on dragon species, etc.)
Papers will be presented in 90-minute sessions of 1 – 3 presenters. Each presenter will have 30 minutes (20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions) to present their paper. *These can also count as an individual presentation if you are the sole author and presenter!
Questions? See “How to Present at Conferences” from our very own Dr. Sørina Higgins!