From all accounts, our online submission system worked OK in spite of the paces we put it through in the frenzy to get proposals for the 2010 meeting in. Tsianina Lomawaima left the site open for over a day past the deadline to accommodate some of the people who were having trouble submitting.
The NAISA Council will meet next weekend in Tucson to consider the proposals, which means we all have a lot of reading to do between now and then. We received about 325 proposals, including nearly 80 proposals for panels, over 20 for roundtables, and well over 200 for individual papers. This is more than last year, which is remarkable given the fact that many scholarly associations are seeing declining interest in their annual meetings.
So, a sincere thanks to everyone for submitting your work. Good luck!