2010 Central Slavic Conference and Charles Timberlake Memorial Symposium
St. Louis, Missouri
November 5-7, Friday through Sunday, 2010
(coupled with the International Studies Association-Midwest conference)
The 2010 Central Slavic Conference invites panels, papers, roundtable forums, poster presentations. to enrich the academic and popular dialogue on the importance of Slavic perspectives and empirical approaches to analyzing affairs in Slavic/Eastern Europe and Eurasia today. Special attention to change, transformation, and new diplomacy are welcome. As always, we invite an eclectic array of topics, identities, approaches, methodologies, and analytical perspectives from all disciplines to discuss the importance of the Slavic world in 2009 and in history. We invite formal academic (papers) proceedings and informal (informative roundtable discussions) panels to update colleagues on (research or personal travel) trips abroad to Slavic countries that can be placed within a more general panel format.
The Charles Timberlake Memorial Symposium, dedicated to the memory and scholarship of Central Slavic Conference veteran member Charles Timberlake will take place within the framework of the CSC annual meeting. Scholars interested in participating in Charles Timberlake symposium are encouraged to contact Professor Andrew Wise, Coordinator of the Symposium at:
Andrew Kier Wise
Associate Professor of History & Government
Amherst, NY 14226
Graduate students who would like to present at either CSC Annual Meeting, or at the Charles Timberlake Symposium are eligible to participate in a paper competition that carries a prize in the form of a cash award. If you are a graduate student and would like to present a paper at either CSC or Charles Timberlake Symposium, please, contact either Jacek Lubecki (CSC President) or Andrew Wise (Charles Timberlake Symposium Coordinator) for details of the competition and award.
St. Louis, Missouri, November 5-7 (Friday through Sunday).
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, 1 South Broadway
More details on conference cost, hotel discounts, etc. will be forthcoming on the CSC web page at http://ualr.edu/ba/ints/index.php/home/central-slavic-conference/
Paper, panel, poster sessions, on-line presentations/exhibits, and other inquiries may be submitted via US surface/airmail or email (preferred) to:
Coordinator of International and Middle Eastern Studies
Assistant Professor of Political Science
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
2801 South University
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204-1099
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