Central Europe and the English-Speaking World (Conference)

An International Conference
29 July-02 August 2013
Debrecen, Hungary

Description of the Conference

The conference organizers invite scholarly papers which investigate the interrelationships and interactions between the countries and cultures of Central Europe and the English-Speaking World in any walk of life including the arts and sciences, languages and literatures, history and economics, politics and sociology. The interdisciplinary conference—which is organized by three Central European institutions of higher education with a significant network of international connections—is designed to bring together primarily but not at all exclusively PhD students and young scholars whose main professional aim is to build an intellectual bridge of better understanding between Central Europe and the English-Speaking countries. Traditional lectures and presentations will be supplemented with workshops and roundtable discussions. Participants of the conference will have the opportunity to experience and/or take part in some traditional Hungarian cultural events.

If you want to present a paper, please send an abstract of maximum 200 words
no later than 20 May 2013
to the following email address: debrecen@nyariegyetem.hu

Application deadline: 1 June 2013

Find here the call in pdf: Conf Central Europe_English

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