Polish Studies Newsletter


Date of the event: 06.05.2022
Added on: 16.01.2022

Migrations in the Slavic Cultural Space

Type of the event:

The Department of Slavic Philology at the University of Łódź and the Institute of History in Belgrade are delighted to invite you to participate in the International Scientific Conference entitled ‘Migrations in the Slavic cultural space’, which will be held on 6 May 2022.

Considering the vast array of possible themes that may be proposed by the speakers, the organisers suggest focusing on the following:

1. Migrations and Slavic multiculturalism

2. Memory of migration, migrations of memory

3. Literature of emigration and literary relations

4. Processes of Slav assimilation

5. Issues of identity and self-identification in a post-immigration reality

6. Ethnic and confessional conflicts arising from migration

7. Slavic diasporas

8. Current trends in research on migration

9. Travel accounts and memoirs

10. Slavic cultural transgressions

11. Digitisation of migration certificates

Due to the unstable epidemiological situation, the conference will be held remotely on the ClickMetting or Teams platform.

Duration of conference talks: 20 minutes.

Conference languages: Polish, English, Serbian and Russian.

Applications for the conference should be submitted by 18 April 2022 to the following e-mail address: konferencja.migracje@filologia.uni.lodz.pl.

Information on the acceptance of an application, after prior qualification by the conference’s Organising Committee, will be sent by 22 April 2022.

Papers for the post-conference volume should be sent by 1 June 2022.

Participation in the conference is free of charge. The organisers predict that the conference papers of 20,000 to 40,000 characters (including spaces) will, having been reviewed positively, be published in a multi-author monograph by a publishing house from the ministerial list.

Organising committee:

prof. dr hab. Kazimierz Maliszewski (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń)

prof. dr hab. Georgi Minczew (University of Łódź)

prof. dr Aleksandar Rastović (Institute of History, Belgrade)

dr hab. Izabela Lis-Wielgosz, prof. UAM (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań)

dr Isidora Točanac Radović ((Institute of History, Belgrade)

dr Milijana Simonović (University of Łódź)

dr Zofia Brzozowska (University of Łódź)

dr Piotr Kręzel (University of Łódź)

mgr Sanja Miletić (University of Łódź)


Application deadline for speakers:
Udział w konferencji jest bezpłatny.
Added on:
16 January 2022; 20:28 (Mariola Wilczak)
Edited on:
16 January 2022; 20:34 (Mariola Wilczak)
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