Deadline: December 15, 2020
The Ukrainian Studies Organization at Indiana University will be holding a second Ukrainian Studies Conference (Taras Shevchenko Conference) which will take place at Indiana University, March 19-20, 2021. Taking into consideration the current uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will announce later if the conference will be online or on campus (Bloomington, IU).
Our conference aims to bring scholars from all disciplines to explore the ways in which Ukrainian studies is presented and shaped in the current political and cultural contexts. In addition to this broad range of topics, we welcome talks and presentations that focus on the exploration of trauma. The events of 2014 ask for the discussion of traumatic experiences triggered by war, dislocation, re-integration into society after military actions, social isolation, sense of lostness, etc. The range of trauma narratives is open (Chornobyl, WWII, deportations, the Holodomor, collectivization, etc.).
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Deadline: December 31, 2020
On behalf of the Editorial Team of the journal “Adeptus” we would like to invite you to submit your research articles for the new issue (1/2021), entitled “Geniuses, aliens and dinosaurs: Unobvious associations between the sciences and the humanities”. The theme of the issue was chosen to commemorate the 130th anniversary of the birth of Karel Čapek, Czech writer and one of the fathers of the modern science-fiction genre. The issue is being prepared in cooperation with the Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Karel Čapek Center for Values in Science and Technology and Zdeněk Burian Museum in Štramberk.
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Deadline: July 1, September 1, December 1, 2020
The editors of the Ab Imperio Journal invite colleagues to join the collective intellectual effort and share their studies which fit the main theme of the 2020 Annual Program: “When Postimperial Meets Postnational: Envisioning New Forms of Groupness in Historical Perspective“.
Manuscripts can be submitted at the latest by the following dates: July 1 for the issue 2/2020, September 1 for the issue 3/2020, December 1 for the issue 4/2020.
See more about the Annual Program and sub-topics of each issue at https://abimperio.blogspot.com/
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Deadline: August 2, 2020 (Fall 2020); December 2, 2020 (Spring 2021)
The University of Bristol offers a one-year Master’s by Research (MPhil) in Russian and Czech for both on-campus students and distance learners. This is a research programme, meaning there are no taught classes, and the student will write a 25,000 word dissertation on a topic of their choice under the supervision of the faculty. It is a good option for a motivated student who already has a research topic in mind, and wants to gain research experience before applying for PhD programmes.
Our faculty have research experience in Russian literature from the 18C to the present, 19C/early 20C Russian intellectual history, cinema, visual culture, the cultural history of the Soviet Union, gender studies, Russian Orthodox culture, the medical humanities, and Czech literature from the 19C to the present.
For more information, see here: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/2020/arts/phd-russian-czech/