We accept submissions covering the various aspects of cultural astronomy:

  • Archaeoastronomy
  • Ethnoastronomy
  • History of astronomy (incl. astrology)
  • Impact of astronomy on our culture

Your document should be written in MS Word (.doc or .docx) and follow the following rules:

Title, authors’ names, affiliation, e-mail, country, and content: max. 1200 words, using Times New Roman 12. Up to one figure (300 – 600 dpi for photographs and colored images) and an alphabetical list of three references with in-text citation – example: (Ford, 2019) – are permitted.

NOTE: You can create a single composite figure containing subfigures numbered a), b), …

Authors take full responsibility for their submissions and must ensure that every co-author is listed and references are used where necessary.

Abstracts should be submitted by using the EasyChair platform. Guidelines on how to use it (including creating your account, submitting and updating your contribution) can be found here. Do not send your submissions directly to the conference organizers.

NOTE: The submission site will ask you for a short 200-word summary. That is not your final abstract but a short summary available to us to see what your work is about. The 1,200-word abstract should be submitted at the end of the form by uploading the docx/doc file.

All the proposed abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee.


Submission deadline: March 14, 2022 March 31, 2022 (extended)

Notification of acceptance: May 16, 2022

Final version for abstracts: June 13, 2022

All accepted abstracts will be published in an abstract booklet, with ISBN code.

Oral presentations are scheduled to take 20-25 minutes each plus 5 minutes of Q&A.

Posters should be A0.