CONF./CFP- VIII ICCEES World Congress, Stockholm, 26-31 July 2010
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Final Call For Proposals
VIII ICCEES World Congress 2010
Eurasia: Prospects for Wider Cooperation
Deadline for panel and paper proposals: 28 February 2009
On 26-31 July 2010, the World Congress of the International Council for
Central and East European Studies will take place in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Swedish Society for the Study of Russia, Central and Eastern Europe
and Central Asia invites all interested scholars to submit proposals for
panels, papers and round-table discussions.
The processes of European integration and wider cooperation across Eurasia
not only impact upon geographical spaces but also leave their mark upon
cultural spaces. These processes make communication between languages,
histories, religions, traditions, legacies and memories more complex.
Humanities and social science scholars are therefore invited to present
the results of new research in the study of developments in the cultural,
political, social and economic processes underway in Central and Eastern
Europe and the former Soviet Union. For further information about the
general themes of the Congress, see the Congress webpage
Proposals for panels normally include a chair, up to three speakers and a
discussant. The proposal should include: the title of the panel; name,
rank/position and academic affiliation of the participants; and, if
possible at this stage, titles of the speakers' presentations.
Only proposals submitted electronically will be considered for inclusion
in the Congress. Proposals must be submitted in English - irrespective of
the language to be used by the panelists at the Congress. Panels must be
international in composition. The allotted time for a panel is 90 minutes.
Proposals for individual papers - not included in a proposal for a panel -
may be included in the Congress programme by the decision of the
International Academic Committee. Such papers may be presented in special
sessions or included in other panels. Paper proposals should include a
preliminary half-page abstract.
The International Academic Committee will send all scholars whose
proposals have been accepted, an official letter of invitation, which can
be used to apply for funding and/or obtaining a visa, by 1 July 2009. Only
after that, registration begins and the final abstracts are submitted
through our online abstract system. Deadline for registration and
submission of final abstracts is 30 October 2009.
Address for proposals: email@example.com
Address for information: firstname.lastname@example.org
N.B.! This is a short summary of the procedures for panel proposals.
Interested scholars should acquaintance themselves with the detailed
account of the procedure available at the Congress webpage.
Registration Fees by 31 December 2009:
Registration fee: 290 euros
Residents of Eastern European and Central Asian states: 230 euros
Students: 125 euros
Registration after 1 January 2010:
Registration fee: 350 euros
Residents of Eastern European and Central Asian states: 290 euros
Students: 150 euros
Registration fee: 375 euros
Residents of Eastern European and Central Asian states: 300 euros
Students: 160 euros
One-Day Admission: 55 euros
One-Day Admission for Students: 25 euros
The congress organiser will try to obtain a limited number of grants for
participants from Eastern European and Central Asian countries. Those
interested in applying for such grants should click the respective box in
the electronic registration form when registering. Information about the
availability of any such grants will only become available in late 2009.
For further information about payments, accommodation, registration,
tours, and the scholarly aspects of the congress, see the Congress
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