Please find enclosed the calls for papers (in French and in English) of the International Conference
De l’Ouest à l’Est : Métamorphoses des Discours en Europe / From West to East: Metamorphoses of Discourses in Europe, to be held in Bucharest on 24.–25 October 2019.
The Conference is organised by the University of Bucharest and the Institute of Sociology of the Romanian Academy, under the aegis of the Observatory on Discourses and Counter-Discourses related to the European Construction (France) and is supported by The Regional Francophone Centre of Advances Research in Social Sciences (CEREFREA) in Bucharest.
We kindly invite you to submit your communication proposals by email to email@example.com until the 30th of April 2019.
Please feel free to disseminate the calls to your networks.
On behalf of the Organisation Committee
Prof. Valentina PRICOPIE
Social Europe Research Laboratory
Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy
Calea 13 Septembrie, 13. 050711 Bucharest – Romania
Chères et chers Collègues,
Veuillez trouver ci-dessous, les appels a communication (en Français et en Anglais) du Colloque international De l’Ouest à l’Est : Métamorphoses des Discours en Europe / From West to East: Metamorphoses of Discourses in Europe, qui se tiendra à Bucarest les 24 et 25 octobre 2019.
Le Colloque est organisé par l’Université de Bucarest et Institut de Sociologie de l’Académie Roumaine, sous l’égide de l’Observatoire des discours et contre-discours relatifs à la construction européenne (France), et bénéficie de l’aimable support du Centre Régional Francophone de Recherches Avancées en Sciences Sociales (CEREFREA) à Bucarest.
APPEL_A_COMMUNICATIONS (PDF Datei)
Nous vous invitons à adresser vos propositions de communications par mail au firstname.lastname@example.org jusqu’au 30 avril 2019, au plus tard.
Merci de faire circuler les appels auprès de vos réseaux respectifs.
Avec mes pensées les meilleures,
Pour le comité d’organisation
Call for papers
The Frustrated Peace: The Versailles Treaty and its Political, Social and Economic Impact on Europe
26.–27 September 2019
The Institute of History of the Czech Academy of Sciences
The Institute of Global History at Faculty of Arts, Charles University
Conference languages: english, german
When the last shots of the just finished war fell silent in November 1918, it began to be clear that despite the shock of immeasurable economic and human suffering, it would be possible to approach the emerging post-war period as an opportunity to transform Europe, or the whole world order, which, after the collapse of traditional monarchies, would create a framework shaped by the new political regimes and social structures. The most influential platform for building the new order was the peace talks in Paris, taking place from January 1919 to January 1920. The agreements with the individual defeated states could, in a wider perspective, provide the basis for a transformation of the then-world that would prevent or, at the very least, minimize the possibility of a repetition of major wars in the future.
The planned conference should provide answers to the question of to what extent the post-war states were able to define that symbolic “starting” line and (not) use it to further transformations inside the European or world society. Welcomed are papers that approach the legacy of the Versailles Peace Treaty in broader methodological and conceptual perspectives, and would present the specific consequences and effects of the so-called Versailles Peace System, whether in the political, social, economic or cultural areas.
Selected papers will be printed in a conference collective monograph, the issue of which is planned for 2020.
Please send proposals of contributions (title, abstract, CV) to 28 February 2019 at the email address:
Call for Papers (PDF Datei)