Europe 2015. Effect of perestroika: regimes and risks of polyphonic knowledge
Annual International Student Academic Conference for undergraduate and graduate students Europe 2015. Effect of perestroika: regimes and risks of polyphonic knowledge will take place on May 15-16, 2015 in Vilnius.
The conference will feature several lectures, roundtable discussions, book presentations, and student research project presentations.
The conference languages: English, Belarusian, and Russian.
A collection of conference papers will be published.
Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to submit abstracts.
Please submit the online application no later than March 15, 2015. 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 April 2, 2015.
Students requiring visa support are to indicate their passport data in the application form. Visas are issued free of charge.
Accommodation is provided to all the participants free of charge for the period of the conference (May 15–16).