Deadline: 15 February 2011
Open to: junior legal, political and social theorists coming from, currently studying or working in Central and Eastern Europe
Fee: 50 euros, it does not cover accomodation
Venue: Belgrade, Serbia, March 25-26 2011
The Third Central and Eastern European Forum for Young Legal, Social and Political Theorists will be held on March 25-26, 2011 in Belgrade.
2011 Forum will be an opportunity to assess the 40-years heritage of the most influential 20th century account of justice – John Rawls´s A Theory of Justice. In that respect, our intention is to organize majority of workshops within the two major general panels of the Third Forum – 20th Century Legacy of Legal Positivism and Justice after Rawls. Even thoughthese two general themes are broad enough to meet diverse interests of the Forum´s participants, the organizers will, nonetheless, also convene the so-called Open panel for papers that might target some other interesting topics from the vast area of legal, political and social theory.
Junior legal, political and social theorists coming from, currently studying or working in Central and Eastern Europe
Write an up to 500 words abstract, indicating the preferable general panel.
Submit it in the available application form by 15 February 2011 by e-mail [email protected]
Acceptance of the papers will be communicated by 1 March 2011.
Participation without presentation is possible as well.
The conference fee for all participants is 50 Euros and it covers conference material, three meals, and coffee and snacks during the breaks (payment instructions). Participants shall make arrangements and pay for their accommodation individually. In addition to offering some options for lodging at the conference website, the organizers will try to negotiate some subsidized prices for the conference participants. For all the updated information, visit the conference website.
Miodrag Jovanović, PhD
Goran Dajović, PhD
Bojan Spaić, LLM