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International workshop on Slavic and East European Studies:
New horizon of dialogues on relational and area studies between junior and senior scholars
Date: 11-14 September, 2017
Venue: Szeged and Budapest, Hungary
The world is rapidly changing, and various disasters and crises take place one after another. Resilience is needed after the crises and disasters. How can we cope with these difficult tasks? In order to think together on these questions globally, regionally, and locally, the International Workshop will be held to encourage junior scholars exploring and debating on their research topics from wider perspectives, involving internationally renowned senior scholars from the School for Slavonic and East European Studies at University College of London, University of Szeged in Hungary and other East European academic institutions and universities in Japan.
Each junior participant is required to prepare a discussion paper for the workshop in advance. Then, at the workshop individual evaluation and suggestions will be given by specialists among the senior participants.
The organizing committee may classify the topics in the workshop as follows, though these topics are not exclusive.
- Changing and constant elements of governance and economy
- Relationship between state and civil society
- Intellectual and spiritual dimensions of the changing life
- Global and regional relations and migration
The program of the workshop will be:
- 10 September: Arrival in Szeged
- 11 September: Sessions at the regional center of the Hungarian Academy of
- 12 September: Sessions at the regional center of the Hungarian Academy of
- 13 September: Cultural expedition in the local environment
- 14 September: Move to Budapest for a half-day workshop
at the Cold War History Research Center at Corvinus
University of Budapest/Center for Social Sciences,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
The workshop is a free venue for intensive and trans-disciplinary dialogue
between the junior and senior participants. Discussions will take place
all day and through this intensive workshop attendees are anticipated to
greatly improve their research skills, and create a global human network.
The organizing committee calls on ambitious PhD students and Post Doc scholars to participate in the workshop.
|Call for proposals
|| June 15, 2017
|Deadline for submitting the abstracts of the papers
||July 31, 2017
||PhD candidate or Post doctorial researcher
| 500 EURO
We expect the grant would cover your return trip to Szeged from your home town and your stay in Szeged. We reserve your accommodation at the guest house of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Szeged for four nights from 10 to 14 September. A room charge costs around 40 Euros/night. Besides, you will have lunch and take part at a free excursion during the workshop.
You will have to buy your plane/train ticket and you will have to cover the cost of your accommodation on the spot, while you will be reimbursed by the organizers after the conference.
||The abstract (3000-5000 characters) of the paper should be submitted by July 31, 2017.
Full paper for discussion to be submitted by 20 August, 2017.
Participation in the Workshop in Szeged, 11-13 September, and in Budapest, 14 September.
Paper presentation in Szeged during the workshop. The paper is for discussion, not necessarily for publication.
||Decision on the awarding of grants is made by the organizing committee, based on the application documents.
We look forward to receiving your proposal.
Please, send your proposal with your CV by e-mail to the following address:
Professor Osamu Ieda, SRC, Hokkaido University, Japan,
Dr. Melinda Kalmar, Senior Research Fellow
Department of Contemporary History, Szeged University, Hungary
The organizing committee of the International Workshop for Slavic and East European Studies in Szeged, 2017:
Jan Kubik, Professor, Director, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College of London, United Kingdom
Bela Tomka, Professor, Head, Department of Contemporary History, Szeged University, Hungary
Osamu Ieda, Professor, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University, Japan