Europe 2016. De-constructing Crisis: Searching for New Forms of Knowledge, Identification, Solidarity
European Humanities University (Vilnius, Lithuania) is happy to invite undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the international student conference “Europe 2016. De-constructing Crisis: Searching for New Forms of Knowledge, Identification, Solidarity” which will take place on May 6–8 in Vilnius.
The conference will also feature lectures, round table discussions, book presentations and student research project presentations.
Please submit your online application (containing abstract of your presentation, recommended size 3000-6000 characters) no later than March 15, 2016. The call is open for undergraduate and graduate students.
Participation in the conference is free of charge (no registration fee), but submitted abstracts will be reviewed and selected. Only selected applicants will be invited to participate. Successful applicants will be notified of acceptance by March 28, 2016.
The conference languages: English, Belarusian, and Russian.
Students requiring visa support are to indicate their passport data in the application form. Visas are issued free of charge. Travel expenses (return trip to Vilnius) are covered by conference participants.
Accommodation is provided to participants free of charge for the period of the conference (May 6–8).
Conference venue: Campus of the European Humanities University (5 Valakupiu Str., Vilnius, Lithuania).
Collection of conference papers
A collection of conference papers will be published featuring participants’ articles focused on the conference theme and recommended for publication on the basis of their conference presentations.