CFP: Distance/Digital Learning (Open Access Journal DiSlaw)

Deadline: January 11, 2022

Please find below the invitation to a call for papers with the topic Distance / Digital Learning for the second issue of our Open Access Journal DiSlaw. We would kindly like to ask you to forward this information to associations, organisations and interested colleagues.

We look forward to your contributions. Our call aims for a discourse on the diverse concepts of digital, remote, mobile and online learning as well as media-based face-to-face teaching and their impact on learning processes from the perspective of Slavic languages taught at schools, universities and university colleges.

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 11th January 2022. The evaluation grids for abstracts can be found at the following link: https://www.uibk.ac.at/slawistik/dislaw/einreichung.html.en.

The call for papers is now open. For further information, please see the attachment/s or visit our website: https://www.uibk.ac.at/slawistik/dislaw/ (general information), https://www.uibk.ac.at/slawistik/dislaw/dislaw_bilder_docs/02_second_cfp_en_sb_wst_final.pdf (calll for papers).Call for Papers

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CFP: Deportation in East Central Europe in the 20th century – snapshots of invisible incarceration

Deadline: December 20, 2021

The Balkan History Association is preparing a volume dedicated to deportations in the twentieth century with a special emphasis on people deported as a result of totalitarianism. Hiding under the mask of an administrative measure, the authorities found the perfect way to punish civilians. Those persecuted (whether because of their ideas, ethnicity, religion or social standing) had to pay a huge price for not coping with the views of the authorities. Considered to be “dangerous elements”, deportees were forced to leave their homes together with their families, being allowed to take with them only few goods, their houses and possession being confiscated by the State. No matter of gender and age, men, women, children and old people were forced to start a one-way journey, in trains together with animals, towards an uncertain destination. Living under the blue sky for days, the deportees learned to build a new life for themselves. The conditions under which they had to live were harsh, many of those deported dying from starvation or disease. Somehow they found the strength not to give up and lived to tell their memories thus providing a better insight in the depth of this chaos.

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CFP: Parks in the Balkan Capitals: Leisure, Urban Impact, Monuments, Stories, and Significance

Deadline: February 1, 2022

Call for book chapters: Parks in the Balkan Capitals: Leisure, Urban Impact, Monuments, Stories, and Significance

One of the most powerful resources of a city is the park. Parks represent a place of relaxation for the citizens, protect the city from pollution, have impact on the urban aspect of the city, host events, represent the identity of the city and the intrusion of nature into urban life, and inspire writers or painters.

The Balkan History Association and the Institute of Balkan Studies and Centre of Tracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences are preparing a volume dedicated to parks in Balkan capitals – their stories, architecture, or significance for the community. Authors are invited to submit their paper proposals with special emphasis on parks with special significance for Balkan capitals; stories related to parks in Balkan capitals (literature, folklore, etc.); representation of parks in Balkan capitals in comics, cartoons, movies, or paintings; impact of parks on the urban aspect of Balkan capitals; impact of parks on the social life of Balkan capitals; historical monuments placed inside the parks in Balkan capitals; historical events and their impact on the evolution of parks in Balkan capitals; modernization of the Balkan capitals and how this changed the look of parks; and parks in Balkan capitals, in the collective memory of the community.

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CFP: Wisconsin Slavic Conference 2022

Deadline: February 20, 2022

Wisconsin Slavic Conference

March 25-26, 2022

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Abstracts for 20-minute papers on any aspect of Slavic literatures, cultures (including film, music, theatre, visual art, etc.), linguistics, and history are invited for the annual Wisconsin Slavic Conference. Comparative topics and interdisciplinary approaches are welcome and encouraged. The conference will be held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26, 2022. 

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CFP: 2022 Midwest Slavic Conference

Deadline: January 28, 2022

2022 Midwest Slavic Conference

April 1-3, 2022

Columbus, OH

The Midwest Slavic Association and The Ohio State University (OSU) Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (CSEEES) are pleased to announce the 2022 Midwest Slavic Conference to be held at OSU in Columbus, OH on April 1-3, 2022. The conference committee invites proposals for papers on all topics related to the Slavic, East European, and Eurasian world, particularly those that explore issues surrounding climate change: the usage and depletion of natural resources, environmental changes, as well as issues surrounding the changing climates in politics, society, and culture (eco-criticism, eco-poetics, etc.). How has climate change affected the way we live today and our vision of humanity’s future, and how might these issues have inadvertently impacted other climates? The conference theme of climate change will naturally tie some conversations to the present and future, but we welcome investigations of the past as well, in addition to papers that do not align with the theme.

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CFP: Integration and Disintegration Processes in the Modern World

Deadline: December 8, 2021

Call for papers for a virtual conference this December in Ukraine

Topics of Interest and Call for Scientists and Scholar Submissions
The potential participants are invited to prepare a presentation that
covers a wide range of issues related to the integration and disintegration
processes, including the following:

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CFP: Globalising the Avant-Garde

Deadline: January 15, 2022

The conference will reflect on the process of the globalisation of avant-gardes in the arts and literature, and on the situation of artistic avant-gardes in the context of globalisation more generally – technologically, economically, and politically. We invite papers on topics related to the avant-garde across all of the arts.  

From the point of view of the arts, artists and writers have promoted, through their travel and networking, cultural interchanges and transformations that often appear to challenge the boundaries of national identities and their accompanying official histories and institutions. The historical avant-garde has always presented itself as transgressive, yet at the same time has tended to be located within a European history and in the optic of a certain kind of idealism which places art itself at the apex of an implicitly Eurocentric view of societal and technological progress. As well as examining the transnational or supranational facets of artistic practice in its genuinely transgressive aspects, this conference will also ask in what ways modernity itself – in all of its economic, technological and geopolitical ramifications – has shaped the avant-garde and the varieties of its manifestations across the globe. This approach can complexify the narrative of the avant-garde. 

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CFP: Russian Conference on the NEP (Dobroljubov State Linguistic University)

Deadline: November 30, 2021

Dobroljubov State Linguistic University in Nizhnyj Novgorod, Russia  issued a call for papers for an international interdisciplinary scholarly conference, Dec. 21, 2021, to be conducted in Russian and English, online and in person.  Deadline for submissions: Nov. 30, 2021. The topic is: The Effect of NEP on World History and Its Legacy in PostSoviet Russia. 

For further details, see the university website: https://lunn.ru/events/8789

The contact person for the conference is Prof. Marta Valeri, martavaleriv@gmail.com

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CFP: AWSS-sponsored Panel at the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies

Deadline: November 20, 2021

The Association for Women in Slavic Studies invites papers to present at an AWSS-sponsored panel at the upcoming Southern Conference on Slavic Studies in Richmond, VA in February 2022.  If you are interested in presenting a paper or participating on a panel that focuses on gender, sexuality, and/or queer theory, please send a brief description of your project to NMcCaule@richmond.edu by 11/20/21.  Specific disciplinary foci may include, but are not limited to, literature, film/media, history, anthropology, sociology, and/or political science.  

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CFP: Travelers in Ottoman Lands-The Balkans, Anatolia and Beyond

Deadline: April 30, 2022

SEMINAR: TRAVELLERS IN OTTOMAN LANDS: THE BALKANS, ANATOLIA AND BEYOND 
SARAJEVO, AUGUST 2022
CALL FOR PAPERS

24 – 26 August 2022
We invite proposals for contributions to a Seminar organised by ASTENE (the Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East), in association with the Faculty of Islamic Studies of the University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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