Selected Sessions are “one time” program units offered at a particular convention. Selected Session allow CTSA members to propose ad hoc sessions for the annual convention. The CTSA members are invited to make proposals for one of the six to nine slots available any given year. These proposals are evaluated by the Program Committee of the Board, chaired by the President-elect.
2024 Call for Selection Session Proposals
Convention Theme: Social Salvation
These sessions may focus on topics of proposers’ choosing. Ideally, in 2024, many will focus on topics related to the convention theme, Social Salvation, linked here. The statement of the convention theme suggests possible ways of thinking about related dimensions in terms of the many disciplines already flourishing within Catholic theology and at the CTSA. But any and all proposals are welcome, even if not directly related to the convention theme.
Submission Guidelines (Board Rev. 6.6.19)
Note: The precis is a shorter, 100-word version of the session that the CTSA will include in the full online version of the convention program if the proposal is accepted. If the proposal includes a panel with multiple presenters, then the body of the proposal should describe the panel overall (250 words), and each presenter should include a 100-word precis of their particular paper.