Call for Papers | Applications - Part 43

posted by PP on 2005/10/16 18:30

[ Call for Papers | Applications ]

The 8th Annual Kokkalis Graduate Student Workshop will take place on February 3, 2006 at the Minda de Gunzberg Center for European Studies (Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts). The Call for Papers is out now, the Deadline is November 29, 2005.
Doctoral students are invited to submit proposals for papers to be delivered at the workshop. Proposals should be a maximum of 500 words and should fall into one of the thematic units listed below, relative to one or more of the fpllowing countries:
  • Albania
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • F.Y.R. of Macedonia
  • Moldova
  • Romania
  • Serbia & Montenegro
  • Slovenia
  • Turkey
Thematic units:
  1. Images of the Balkans: Papers should aim to focus on the cultural production and circulation of images and prejudices concerning SEE, including images in travelers' accounts, in literature, in film, or in the news media; including foreign perceptions of the region and internal perceptions among the communities of the region. Discussion may also concern the theory and practice of "Balkanism" as described by Maria Todorova
  2. Anti-Globalization vs. Globalization in Southeastern Europe: Papers should question the potential benefits and losses the region will experience from allowing large corporations, such as multi-nationals involved in anything from food to information, oil, etc., to compete with local industries. Papers may also investigate the role of the state in protecting these local industries.
  3. Political Economy of Transition in Southeastern Europe: Papers should aim to focus on the multi-disciplinary analysis of the economic, political and social dynamics of systemic transformation in the region. Papers may address the political economy of integration, Europeanization and enlargement; the political economy of transformation; or, the growing role of non-state actors.
Proposals and CVs should be submitted online at the website. If you have any problems submitting your materials via the website, please contact the Organizers


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