Call for Papers
Greetings from the Southeast, Central and South American, and Caribbean (SECSA-CHRIE) Federation Board!
We hope you will consider attending this event and presenting an abstract for the conference proceedings. Federation members are strongly encouraged, and all members of ICHRIE are invited.
We are excited to announce a two-pronged academic focus for this conference and program: Research and Pedagogy. Attendees will be asked to submit works in hospitality and tourism, emphasizing hospitality and tourism research or pedagogical practices. Accordingly, this highlights a broad range of contemporary topics relevant to research, education, and industry practices in hospitality, tourism, and related fields of study.
There are two options for submission under the research track.
Option1: Completed Empirical Research Paper – a maximum of 1000-word structured abstract for a formal paper presentation (15 minutes + 5 minutes for Q&A)
Option 2: Work-in-Progress Paper – a maximum of 500-word abstract for a shorter presentation (10 minutes + 5 minutes for Q&A).
Research Track Requirements
To be considered for the completed empirical research paper, researchers must submit a structured abstract (1000 words max., in English, including tables/figures, but excluding references) by the deadline (December 12th, 2022, 11:59 pm EST).
To be considered for the work-in-progress paper, researchers must submit a structured abstract (500 words max., in English, including tables/figures, but excluding references) by the deadline (December 12th, 2022, 11:59 pm EST).
Authors may be the lead author on a maximum of 2 papers. Conference proceedings will be added to the CHRIE website following the conference.
Use single-spaced 12-point font, Times New Roman, one-inch margins, in APA format.
The presentation schedule will be finalized after author registration is completed.
All papers are to be submitted online via EasyChair.
Please submit the file in Microsoft Word form and name the file with your last name and first initial (i.e., BrownT.doc).
Once submitted, papers will undergo a double-blind review process.
Pedagogy Track Requirements
The Pedagogy Track will feature multiple workshops to provide practical lessons and teaching
modules that faculty can use in their respective classrooms or programs. These workshop
presenters will share best practices, innovative teaching lessons, and/or examples from their
All workshops should include handouts or “takeaways” attendees may apply to their teaching.
The goal is for attendees to leave each session with new ideas that they can apply immediately in
their classroom and at their university or school.
To present in this track, please submit a 1-page proposal, using single-spaced 12-point font,
Times New Roman, one-inch margins, in APA format by the deadline (December 12th, 2022,
11:59 pm EST) to Dr. Kathy Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paper Submission and Notification Timeline:
Submission deadline – December 12th, 2022
Notice of acceptance – January 15th, 2023
Final abstracts due – February 7th, 2023
Author per accepted abstract – January 22nd, 2023
For all other attendees – February 15th, 2023
Several awards will be presented for both research and pedagogy tracks at the completion of the
Best research paper for professional members
Best research paper for students (student must be the first author)
Most innovative research idea/proposal
Most innovative pedagogical practice
We would like to ask for volunteers to be reviewers for the proceedings. If you would like to volunteer to
review individual abstracts (2 maximum), please email Dr. Trishna G. Mistry, SECSA Director of
Research, at email@example.com.
For questions regarding the Call for papers, please contact Dr. Trishna G. Mistry at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Dr. Marketa Kubickova at email@example.com.
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