Calls: East Asia and Central-Eastern Europe in Changing World

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at
Tue Jul 22 17:01:12 UTC 2008

 Call for Papers: East Asia and Central-Eastern Europe in Changing
World *Posted
by: admin <>* on Monday, July 21st, 2008

The Institute of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles
University in Prague, invites participation in the international conference
"East Asia and Central-Eastern Europe in Changing World: Comparison,"
scheduled for May 20-22, 2009. The conference will be held in downtown
Prague and the working language will be English.

The planned conference follows two previous international conferences
organized by the Institute of Political Studies. The conferences aim to
enhance cooperation among researchers dealing with both regions in
comparative perspective and improve the level of mutual information exchange
among them.

The conference is open to all topics relevant for comparative research of
East Asia and Central-Eastern Europe in the field of political sciences, but
special emphasis will be placed on the comparative perspective in the
following disciplinary areas:

   - International Relations, Regional Integration, Geopolitics and
   - Comparative Politics, Political Systems and Democratization;
   - Political Culture, Political Identity and Language Policy.

Proposals for papers and panels as well as ideas for workshops or special
sections of the conference are welcome. Pertinent deadlines related to
conference participation are:

   - August 31, 2008: Applications/Proposals deadline
   - Sept. 30, 2008: Abstract deadline
   - January 2009: Notification of accepted participants
   - Feb. 28, 2009: Pre-Registration deadline
   - March 30, 2009: First drafts deadline
   - April 15, 2009: Final drafts deadline
   - May 20-22, 2009: Conference
   - June 30, 2009: Research papers deadline

For more detailed information, including the regular call for papers,
guidelines for papers, and general schedule, see

Address any correspondence regarding the conference to at

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