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The Conference page of the Portal on Central Eastern and Balkan Europe (PECOB) presents information on upcoming academic conferences. These conferences take place or deal with Central Eastern and Balkan Europe in a variety of disciplines: political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, language and literature. PECOB provides infromation on the program, participants and location of a conference to scholars, students and every one who is interested in participating.
Upcoming conferences, whose details are provided in the links below, will be discussing issues such as the condition of minorities, romanian studies, anthropology. Moreover, a PhD symposium on Southeast Europe is organized by some of the most important British research centers in London. Many conferences will focus on post-communist studies.
The Conference "European Culture" is an International Congress whose themes include: Culture, Europe, Multiculturalism, Intercultural dialogue, Cultural transfer, European Identity, Migrations, Cultural Management, Cultural Politics, Economy and Culture, Borders and Frontiers, Small Cultures, Arts and Literature.
This International Research Conference has the aim to discuss about the transformations of the political system in Russia, the collapse of the other states and the relationships between the authorities and people, primarily in the Russia's revolutions and wars of the 20th and 21st Centuries.
This international conference aims to facilitate a cross-cultural, comparative study of the impact of media and film on the playing out of the crisis of multiculturalism in West and East European societies, and to analyse the similarities and differences in media and cinematic approaches to ethnic cohesion issues throughout Europe.
Human Rights Nights celebrates and acknowledges the bravery, the visione and the integrity of individuals and communities that often risk their own lives to document and struggle against injustices and sufferings of other human beings.
Esprit Nouveau Thematic session of Adriatic-Ionian Euroregion on EU maritime strategy for Adriatic and Ionian Seas as a strand of the Adriatic-Ionian macroregional strategy for Adriatic-Ionian territories.
This International Workshop is co-organized by the Department of Economics, the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese with the co-operation of Europe and the Balkans International Network. The aim of this conference is to re-examine the track record of international aid to Southeast Europe.
L'Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale" organizza un convegno dal titolo "L'impero nella storia della Russia tra realtà e nostalgia". Tale convegno usufruisce del contributo PRIN 2009, L'impaero nella storia della Russia: il carattere multinazionale.
The European University Institute organizes the Debating Europe - “Setting up the European External Action Service (EEAS): experiences and perspectives ” , with David O’Sullivan.
The German-Russian Museum Berlin - Karlshorts organizes a Conference with the aim to examine the different aspects of the German occupation regime in Russia, Belarus, the Baltic states and Ukraine, and investigate the reactions on the part of the local population.
This Conference is dedicated to the recent developments in the economy and banking sector in Central and Eastern Europe, South Eastern Europe, the Baltics, Ukraine, the Caucasus, Turkey and Commonwealth of Independent States countries.
Experienced lecturers will highlight, through which methodologies, to link advanced technology in the field of energy efficiency and the preservation of historical buildings and natural settings. A broad array of narratives from UNESCO designated sites in Eastern and Western Europe will constitute the backbone of the front desk part of the school. However, renovation and adaptation of physical structures alone won’t exhaust the educational purpose of the course since the energy governance issue will also be investigated. In particular, trainees will be taught how to manage energy into the planning and management of UNESCO designated cultural and natural sites, and how to use traditional to contemporary buildings.
The course will also include a number of team working sessions and on field exercises which will use the World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik as a real training scenario laboratory.
The conference, promoted by the Center for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, will investigate the roots and legacies of collaborative art in Soviet Russia.
The Evroenergie will organize a conference on the future of the South East European energy market. The aim of thhis conference is to discuss about challenges, future trends and investment opportunities.
The 2012 conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists(EASA) will host over 1900 presentations around the theme of urban transformation in the transition.
The European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) marks the 20th anniversary of the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities (HCNM) with an international conference to be held in July 2012.
This conference on families and their role in society is organized by Universal Peace Federation and its partners. The event will take place in Geneva at the United Nations offices and at the International Labor Organization.
The Society of Romanian Studies is an international inter-disciplinary academic organization based in North America
Jointly organised by the University of Bologna together with the Istituto per l'Europa Centro-Orientale e Balcanica, this international conference will take place in Forlì on June 28-29.
The Symposium will convene doctoral researchers from all over Europe in order to discuss a variety of issues related to the Southeast European region. The Second Joint PhD Symposium on South East Europe will address several issues related to the abovementioned region with a multi-disciplinary approach touching upon political studies, sociology, anthropology,
The program of the conference aims to discuss the many sides of transition out of communist societies and towards European integration
The 2012 Accessing Accession Research Symposium, to be held in Tartu in June 2012, will discuss the topic of "Minorities and the EU Eastern Enlargement. George Schöpflin (MEP for Hungary and formerly Professor at UCL) will give the keynote speech.
The Institute for Historical Research will host its annual conference in London next month.
The workshop is meant to highlight new research on the questions of religion and politics in Russia, to foster collaborative relations for future projects, and to provide an opportunity for everyone to learn about high-quality research that is being carried out in this area of inquiry.
The Central European University organizes a panel discussion on the role of archives in the protection and promotion of human rights in the framework of CEU Summer University.
This conference will aim to open debate on questions around European integration of the Balkans in the context of the Euro crisis, organized crime, and the rise of extremist politics in the Baltic states.