CONF./CFP- Caucasus Studies in Migration, Society, Language, Malmoe, Nov. 28-30
Posted by: Karina Vamling <email@example.com>
The conference brings together researchers in Caucasus studies for a
discussion of current developments in the region. How are these
dynamics to be understood and explained from political,
anthropological, historical, linguistic and cultural perspectives? We
welcome multidisciplinary papers and also encourage presentation of
research in progress.
Papers will be organized into thematic panels, such as:
- Armed conflicts and migration
- Migration and maintenance of cultural identities
- Language policy and migration
- Languages in contact
- Transitional identities
- Caucasian diasporas
- Intrastate conflicts and conflict resolution
- Caucasus in regional and global politics
Deadline for abstracts: September 15. Send the title of your
paper/presentation, abstract (maximum 500 words), affiliation and
contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts should be
written in English, but presentations may be given in English or
Russian. Researchers from countries requiring a visa for Sweden are
encouraged to contact us at an earlier date. Notification by October 1.
The program also includes possibilities for poster presentations.
Faculty members 50 euro; from CIS countries 25 euro;
Students and PhD candidates 20 euro.
The conference is organized by Caucasus Studies at Malmö University,
Sweden, in cooperation with the Center for Caucasus Studies at Oresund
University. The conference is supported by SIDA (Swedish International
The Department of International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER),
Malmoe University, Sweden (30 min. from Copenhagen airport).
Karina Vamling, Assoc. Prof. Märta-Lisa Magnusson, Assoc. Prof.
Fax: +46 40 665 7330
Address: Department of International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER),
Malmoe University, Citadellsvaegen 7, S-20506 Malmoe, Sweden
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