International Society for the Study of Time  

Triennial Conference

Every three years since its founding in 1966, the ISST has held a conference to further the discussion of the interdisciplinary study of time. Conferences have been held in The United States, France, England, Germany, Japan, Austria, and Canada. Conferences are usually run from a Sunday evening through to Saturday morning with presentations being made all day for four days of the five. The conference settings are chosen to provide an inspiring, secluded environment where meals are taken together and idea sharing can be maximized.

Prize Winner 2016
Rose Harris-Birtill is the winner of the 2016 New Scholar Prize
The abstracts for our triennial conference to be held in Edinburgh in 2016
New Scholar Prize
The Founders Prize for New Scholars is awarded to a new scholar whose conference essay is submitted prior to the triennial conference and selected by committee
Submit a Proposal
All proposals for papers, panels, installations, posters, or performances must be submitted via our online form. Please see the form for specific instructions.
Call for Papers
Announcing the 17th triennial conference of the International Society for the Study of Time, June 23 - 29, 2010 in Los Angeles, US