Call for Papers | Applications - Part 69

posted by PP on 2006/03/04 13:10

[ Call for Papers | Applications ]

Zweimal Südosteuropa, zweimal ein Call for Papers:
  • Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Southeast World History Association (20.10.2006-22.10.2006, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC; Deadline for Applications: 1 July, 2006)
  • Social behaviour and family strategies in the Balkans (XVth – XXth centuries) (09.06.2005-10.06.2005, New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Studies, Bukarest; Deadline for Applications: 15 March, 2006)
1. Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Southeast World History Association:

The Southeast World History Association (SEWHA), a regional affiliate of the World History Association, invites submissions for its Eighteenth Annual Conference, at Appalachian State University, from 20-22 October, 2006. The conference organizers welcome proposals that connect world history research andteaching, as wellas focused paper topics dealing with world history themes or pedagogical issues.

The deadline for submissions is 1 July, 2006. Proposals are welcome from educators and students of world history at all levels. Proposals should be submitted electronically to, or in hard copy to Dr. Joel E. Tishken, History Department, Columbus State University, 4225
University Ave, Columbus, GA 31907.
For additional information regarding the conference contact Dr. Dorothea Martin at or (828) 262-6022.

Please note that SEWHA is hosting both a graduate student paper prize and teaching award in 2006. Information on how to enter either competition can be found on the organization's website.

2. Social behaviour and family strategies in the Balkans (XVth – XXth centuries):

In collaboration with the New Europe College, a regional symposium on Social behaviours and family strategies in the Balkans (Fifteenth-twentieth centuries) will be organised for 9-10 June, 2006 at the New Europe College, 21 Plantelor st. 023971 Bucharest.

Our aim is to gather scholars from prestigious research institutes and universities from the region, who are interested in or deal with similar topics. Thus, we release this call for papers to all concerned. We kindly ask you to send us the title of your contribution and a short abstract (200-300 words) together with a one-page CV (includes title, positions, institution, degrees, awards, main publications) until 15 March, 2006. Working languages of this international symposium will be French and English. We expect to print a volume with the proceedings; therefore we would prefer to have your papers in a publishable form in June. The selection committee will inform you about their decision in due time. The organizers will try to cover your travel and accommodation expenses within the limits of the budget. We would be grateful if you could also find additional financial support for participation at our symposium.

On H|Soz|u|Kult is a detailed CALL FOR PAPERS, the major themes will be:

  1. Social structures and interactions: from norm to practice
  2. Marriages practices and strategies: clan, family and couple
  3. Solidarities and conflicts: the evolution of social relations at individual, family and group levels
  4. Sociability and social control: between constraint and social freedom

Constanta Vintila-Ghitulescu
New Europe College
Strada Plantelor 21


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