2015 Call for Presentations
New Mexico is known as The Land of Enchantment because of its unique cultural heritage and its spectacular environment from deserts to challenging river rapids to mountains tops where you can actually see forever. Albuquerque, aka ABQ, sits at 5280 feet (a mile high indeed) between the banks of the fabled Rio Grande, the Sandia Mountains (Peak: 10,678’) and at the foothills to a vast wilderness. It is a vibrant city, tracing its roots back to the Anasazi, Spanish conquistadors, the Fred Harvey railroaders, Route 66, and the military and scientists from the Atomic Age. Albuquerque has grown into a center for research and innovation in high tech and medicine and is the home of the University of New Mexico. The conference will be held at Hotel Albuquerque in the city’s celebrated Old Town, a beautiful site with southwest ambiance and great New Mexican food. Given its colorful historical past and its bold ventures into the future, Albuquerque is the ideal host city for the 2015 SSSS conference: Beyond Boundaries: Exploring the Emerging Dimensions of Sexual Science in Research, Education & Practice.
At the 2015 SSSS Conference we are seeking to be challenged by emerging and innovative research and practice from researchers, educators, and clinicians from a diversity of fields pushing the boundaries of sexual science. Submissions will be considered from all areas of sexuality including anthropology, communication, education, natural sciences, medicine, media/film, psychology, public policy, public health, religion, sociology, and other related disciplines. Of particular interest are submissions focused on multidisciplinary perspectives on emerging identities, practices and behaviors.
Abstract Submission is Now Closed
- Jay Irwin, PhD - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Christopher Fisher, PhD - email@example.com
- Carol Cassell, PhD: firstname.lastname@example.org
SSSS 2015 President:
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