Deadline: 10 July 2015
Open to: students and researchers from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland with a keen interest in anthropological approach on Postsocialism in Central and Eastern Europe
Venue: 7-10 October 2015, Warsaw, Poland
The call for participants for the 4th edition of Ethnology Without Borders, which will take place at the Warsaw University in October 2015 (probably 7-10 October) has been opened. Current edition will bear the name of “Post-future? Rethinking Postsocialism in Central Eastern Europe” and will try to take a new approach on Postsocialism, as a lense through which you look at the context of your anthropological research. Does your research concern Central or Eastern Europe? Three days of workshops, with strong emphasis on methodology, will offer young researchers an opportunity to reconsider their fieldwork in the context of postsocialist studies. Various activities in the city space, academic prelections, and critical movie screenings will be proposed. The main aim is to create a platform for exchanging and sharing experiences through the perspective of Postsocialism.
Project is dedicated for students from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland, but contributions from students from other countries working on postsocialism are welcomed.
The costs for accommodation will be covered by organizers.
How to apply?
The deadline for application is 10 July 2015. To apply please send a short description of your previous and current anthropological research (200 – 300 words) along with your affiliation. In addition, please write what do you expect from workshop and shortly describe your interest and academic inspirations (150-200 words). Please send all documents to email@example.com with the topic Ethnology without Borders 2015.
For more information please follow the event HERE.