Appel à propositions – 10th World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES). University in Montréal, 4-9 August, 2020.

ICCEES Call for Panel Proposals

Open Until 15 Sep 23:59

The Canadian Association of Slavists (CAS) is delighted to host the 10th World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES). The event will be held at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada from 4-9 August, 2020.

Founded in 1974, ICCEES is a global consortium of national scholarly associations dedicated to promoting international cooperation and multi-disciplinary scholarly studies of Central and Eastern Europe, including former Soviet countries of Central Asia. ICCEES’ aims are to:

  • promote international scholarly exchange and cooperation in Central and East European Studies by holding a World Congress every five years;
  • share experience and support in critical methods, scholarly publishing, and organizational skills; and
  • welcome young scholars working in the field.

While proposals for complete panels are preferred, proposals are also invited for individual papers and round table discussions.The congress especially welcomes participation by young scholars and graduate students. Panels, roundtables and papers are typically drawn from the following disciplines, although work in other scholarly fields will be considered:

· Anthropology/Ethnology

· Economics

· Education

· Film and Media

· Gender Studies

· Geography/Border Studies

· History

· International Relations/Conflict Studies

· Jewish Studies

· Journalism

· Jurisprudence

· Languages and Linguistics

· Library/Information Sciences

· Literatures and Cultures

· Philosophy

· Politics

· Public Administration/Social Work

· Religion Studies

· Sociology

The theme of the 10th World Congress is “Bridging National and Global Perspectives.

Deadline for all proposals is Sunday, September 15th, 2019


Please click to begin a submission : https://sites.events.concordia.ca/sites/iccees/en/iccees2020/call_for_submissions/6

Proposals may be submitted in English, Russian, or French.

The Organising Committee reserves the right to limit paper proposals to one per person. In addition to presenting a paper, each Congress participant may participate in one other panel, chair/moderate one session, and serve as a respondent in one session.

ALL PRESENTERS BASED IN CANADA MUST BE MEMBERS OF THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF SLAVISTS

Join CAS online at: http://www.ualberta.ca/~csp/Membership.html For any further questions, suggestions or concerns please send a message to the ICCEES email address: iccees2020@concordia.ca

ICCEES Call for Individual Paper Proposals

Open Until 15 Sep 23:59

The Canadian Association of Slavists (CAS) is delighted to host the 10th World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES). The event will be held at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada from 4-9 August, 2020.

Founded in 1974, ICCEES is a global consortium of national scholarly associations dedicated to promoting international cooperation and multi-disciplinary scholarly studies of Central and Eastern Europe, including former Soviet countries of Central Asia. ICCEES’ aims are to:

  • promote international scholarly exchange and cooperation in Central and East European Studies by holding a World Congress every five years;
  • share experience and support in critical methods, scholarly publishing, and organizational skills; and
  • welcome young scholars working in the field.

While proposals for complete panels are preferred, proposals are also invited for individual papers and round table discussions. The congress especially welcomes participation by young scholars and graduate students. Panels, roundtables and papers are typically drawn from the following disciplines, although work in other scholarly fields will be considered:

· Anthropology/Ethnology

· Economics

· Education

· Film and Media

· Gender Studies

· Geography/Border Studies

· History

· International Relations/Conflict Studies

· Jewish Studies

· Journalism

· Jurisprudence

· Languages and Linguistics

· Library/Information Sciences

· Literatures and Cultures

· Philosophy

· Politics

· Public Administration/Social Work

· Religion Studies

· Sociology

The theme of the 10th World Congress is “Bridging National and Global Perspectives”.

Deadline for all proposals is Sunday, September 15th, 2019

Please click to begin a submission: https://sites.events.concordia.ca/sites/iccees/en/iccees2020/call_for_submissions/10

Proposals may be submitted in English, Russian, or French.

The Organising Committee reserves the right to limit paper proposals to one per person. In addition to presenting a paper, each Congress participant may participate in one other panel, chair/moderate a session, and serve as a respondent in a session.

ALL PRESENTERS BASED IN CANADA MUST BE MEMBERS OF THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF SLAVISTS

Join CAS online at: http://www.ualberta.ca/~csp/Membership.html For any further questions, suggestions or concerns please send a message to the ICCEES email address: iccees2020@concordia.ca

ICCEES Call for Roundtable Proposals

Open Until 15 Sep 23:59

The Canadian Association of Slavists (CAS) is delighted to host the 10th World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES). The event will be held at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada from 4-9 August, 2020.

Founded in 1974, ICCEES is a global consortium of national scholarly associations dedicated to promoting international cooperation and multi-disciplinary scholarly studies of Central and Eastern Europe, including former Soviet countries of Central Asia. ICCEES’ aims are to:

  • promote international scholarly exchange and cooperation in Central and East European Studies by holding a World Congress every five years;
  • share experience and support in critical methods, scholarly publishing, and organizational skills; and
  • welcome young scholars working in the field.

While proposals for complete panels are preferred, proposals are also invited for individual papers and round table discussions. The congress especially welcomes participation by young scholars and graduate students. Panels, roundtables and papers are typically drawn from the following disciplines, although work in other scholarly fields will be considered:

· Anthropology/Ethnology

· Economics

· Education

· Film and Media

· Gender Studies

· Geography/Border Studies

· History

· International Relations/Conflict Studies

· Jewish Studies

· Journalism

· Jurisprudence

· Languages and Linguistics

· Library/Information Sciences

· Literatures and Cultures

· Philosophy

· Politics

· Public Administration/Social Work

· Religion Studies

· Sociology

The theme of the 10th World Congress is “Bridging National and Global Perspectives”.

Deadline for all proposals is Sunday, September 15th, 2019

Please click to begin a submission: https://sites.events.concordia.ca/sites/iccees/en/iccees2020/call_for_submissions/13

Proposals may be submitted in English, Russian, or French.

The Organising Committee reserves the right to limit paper proposals to one per person. In addition to presenting a paper, each Congress participant may participate in one other panel, chair/moderate a session, and serve as a respondent in a session.

ALL PRESENTERS BASED IN CANADA MUST BE MEMBERS OF THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF SLAVISTS

Join CAS online at: http://www.ualberta.ca/~csp/Membership.html For any further questions, suggestions or concerns please send a message to the ICCEES email address: iccees2020@concordia.ca