Calls for Papers and Upcoming Conferences

CFP: In the Dark Spaces of Language. Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic literatures, Humboldt University of Berlin

“In the Dark Spaces of Language. Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic literatures”, which we organise at the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Humboldt University of Berlin on March 26-27 2020. People working outside Germany can apply for travel grants.

Call for Papers: Authenticity across Languages and Cultures – Transcultural and Philosophical Motives in Foreign Language Teaching &

Call for Papers

Edited Volume:  Authenticity across Languages and Cultures – Transcultural and Philosophical Motives in Foreign Language Teaching & Learning (working title)

Editors: Wolfgang Stadler (Innsbruck) wolfgang.stadler@uibk.ac.at / Leo Will (Gießen)Leo.Will@anglistik.uni-giessen.de / tbd

ULBANDUS XX: (Re)writing History

ULBANDUS XX

CFP: (re)writing history

ULBANDUS, the Slavic Review of Columbia University, invites short abstracts (200-300 words) for submissions (of no more than 8,000 words) to be published in our next (and twentieth!) issue, (RE)WRITING HISTORY.

Please send your abstract to ulbandus@columbia.edu by the new deadline of February 1, 2020.

Humboldt University: Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic Literatures

Please find an invitation to the conference “In the Dark Spaces of Language. Negotiation of Unintelligibility in Slavic literatures”, which we organise at the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Humboldt University of Berlin on March 26-27 2020. People working outside Germany can apply for travel grants.

The 101st Kilometre: Provincial Marginality from Stalin to Gorbachev at University College, Oxford

Paper proposals are invited for the workshop The 101st Kilometre: Provincial Marginality from Stalin to Gorbachev, to be held at University College, Oxford on July 20th 2020, co-organised by Dr Polly Jones (Oxford) and Dr Miriam Dobson (Sheffield). This one-day workshop, funded by the John Fell Fund of the University of Oxford, will explore the social and cultural consequences of the Soviet-era legislation barring various categories of the population (notably, many Gulag returnees) from settling closer than 100km to Moscow and Leningrad (50km from Kyiv).

UChicago Conference "What They Brought/What They Changed: Material Culture and Polish Chicago"

International conference „What They Brought/What They Changed:

           Material Culture and Polish Chicago”

Place: The University of Chicago

Time: December 2-4, 2020

 

Russian Language Journal: Digital Humanities

The Russian Language Journal invites submission of articles for inclusion in a special issue dedicated to Digital Humanities, co-edited by Thomas Garza (tjgarza@austin.utexas.edu) and Robert Reynolds (robert_reynolds@byu.edu), to be published Dec 2020.

 

AZ–AATSEEL Conference

The Arizona Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AZ-AATSEEL) announces a call for paper proposals for the annual conference that will take place on April 4-5, 2020 in Tempe, Arizona. This year’s conference is hosted by the Russian Program at the School of International Letters and Cultures at Arizona State University in collaboration with the Melikian Center (ASU) and the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies at the University of Arizona.

University of Virginia 11th annual Slavic Humanities Forum

The University of Virginia Slavic Society of Graduate Students is delighted to announce a call for proposals for its 11th annual Slavic Humanities Forum. The conference will take place March 20-21, 2020 in Charlottesville, Virginia and will feature scholar and professor Myroslav Shkandrij from the University of Manitoba as keynote speaker. A reception will be followed by a day of presentations and discussion.

 

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