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The Calls section of PECOB collects information about calls that deal with Central Eastern and Balkan Europe. Each link below displays information on calls for applications, calls for conferences and calls for papers that fall within PECOB's sphere of activity. Browse the calls below to find out more about deadlines, requirements and other useful information.
Calls are listed according to their deadline. Those currently displayed on this page include a call for papers for a 2013 Congress on European crisis, calls for applications for various summer schools and master courses, a call for papers on the intersection of identities in Central Eastern Europe and a prize for the translation of russian poetry.
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The journal Financial Theory and Practice has announced a call for papers on the topic of subnational government finances in recession and beyond.
The International Coordinating Committee is continuing work on its project Creation of a Virtual Educational Space for the World Community and invites scholars, educators, instructors and graduate students to participate in the International Virtual Conference “The Planet ‘Russian Language’ in Virtual Linguistic Communicative Space.”
The annual National Minorities and Border Regions Summer School is an intensive two-week programme of postgraduate-level study in national minorities and border regions studies.
The European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme is an international researcher mobility programme offering 10-month residencies in one of 14 participating Institutes.
The call for application 2012-2013 of the two-year Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe (MIREES) has been launched.
A one-day conference for postgraduates in the field of Russian Studies, will be held at the Princess Dashkova Centre, University of Edinburgh, on October 5, 2012.
The Aleksanteri Conference is an annual, multidisciplinary, international conference organised by the Aleksanteri Institute, the Finnish Centre for Russian and Eastern European Studies, affiliated with the University of Helsinki.
The international peer-reviewed journal IberoSlavica announces a call for papers on "Translation in Iberian-Slavonic cultural exchange".
The Programme, jointly managed by the TRANSFUSE Association and the College of Europe, runs over a ten-month period and aims to transmit knowledge about the EU and its relation to the Southeast European region, to stimulate the leadership and professional skills of participants and to encourage the exchange of views.
The University of Bristol seeks to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Assistant to the Department of Russian, for the multidisciplinary project on ‘The History of the French Language in Russia’.
The Department of History at European University at St. Petersburg invites applications for one-year visiting assistant professorship for 2012-2013 in Late Soviet and Contemporary Russian History, focusing on the post-Stalin period.
This Summer School is an interdisciplinary course open to PhD students and young researchers, focused on the issue of violence in Soviet and post-Soviet contexts.
The Regional Institute for European Studies of Friuli Venezia Giulia announces the competition "Europe and Youth 2012", open to students throughout all the regions of Italy and the European Union.
The National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russia) and University of Bologna (Italy) promote a Summer School on the protection of human rights in Europe, on freedoms of assembly and expression, child's rights and the relationship between the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights.
The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages of the University of Oxford is seeking to appoint a postdoctoral research assistant for two years starting on Oct. 1, 2012.
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 XI Visegrad Summer School, organized by the Villa Decius Association, will be devoted to current social, economic, political and cultural issues concerning the Visegrad countries, presented in wider regional, European and global perspective.