27.02. do 28.02.2015 w Chicago, Stany Zjednoczone

THIRD MIDWEST HISTORIANS OF EAST CENTRAL EUROPE WORKSHOP
 


  • 27.02. do 28.02.2015
  • Ostateczny termin zgloszeń: 05.01.2015
  • University of Illinois at Chicago

Link do tego wpisu: https://www.pol-int.org/pl/node/1109

Polish Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Third Workshop for Historians of East Central Europe to be held in downtown Chicago on February 27-28, 2015. The workshop is open to faculty and graduate students in history and related disciplines. It will be based on pre-circulated papers, chapters, article drafts, etc. Participants are welcome to attend either as paper presenters or as members of the active audience. 
 


The main purpose of the workshop is to introduce scholars working in related areas to one another, to showcase work in progress, and generally to facilitate a sense of community among historians of East Central Europe with easy access to Chicago. Registration for the workshop is free. The Hejna Endowment at the University of Illinois will support the cost of accommodations for a limited number of graduate student and faculty presenters. This year we are also able to assist with some travel expenses for participants coming from more distant locations. Doctoral students seeking assistance should provide a brief letter of reference from their dissertation advisors.
 


Please contact Anna Szawara (szawara@uic.edu) if you are interested in attending the workshop. Indicate in your e-mail if you would like to circulate a paper for discussion (and a short synopsis of its content) or simply wish to attend as an audience member. If you will be a presenter, let us know if you are interested in University sponsored accommodations. The deadline for proposing a paper topic is January 5. Pre-circulated papers should be limited to 25 pages in length and must be submitted electronically by February 14. They will be made available on-line to all registered participants.

Keely Stauter-Halsted
Professor and Stefan and Lucy Hejna Family Chair in the History of Poland


Department of History


913 University Hall (MC 198)


601 S. Morgan St.
Chicago, IL 60607-7109


Kontakt

Keely Stauter-Halsted
913 University Hall (MC 198)