منطقه جغرافیایی اوراسیا منطقه ای شامل آسیای مرکزی، قفقاز، ایران، افغانستان، منطقه دریای سیاه، منطقه ولگا و شرق و مرکز اروپا است. محققان و علاقمندان در همه زمینه های مرتبط با این منطقه می توانند در این کنفرانس شرکت کنند.
آخرین مهلت ارسال خلاصه آثار: 28 مارس 2018
About the Annual Conference
CESS Annual Conferences have been held at universities around North America since 2000, currently offering up to 70 panels and attracting around 300 participants from all over the world. CESS 2018 will be held from Thursday October 25 to Sunday October 28, 2018.
For CESS 2018, we invite submissions relating to all aspects of humanities and social science scholarship. The geographic domain of Central Eurasia encompasses Central Asia, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, Tibet, Mongolia, Siberia, Inner Asia, the Black Sea region, the Volga region, and East and Central Europe. Practitioners and scholars in all fields with an interest in this region are encouraged to participate.
This year, for the first time, CESS will be organizing pre-conference workshops on Wednesday October 24 (afternoon) and Thursday October 25 (morning) ahead of the Annual Conference. CESS invites proposals from CESS members to design workshops.
Download the Call for Proposals and share with your colleagues!
CESS 2018 hosts: the University of Pittsburgh
CESS 2018 will be hosted by the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
The approach to Central Eurasia at the University of Pittsburgh is truly Eurasian. Our faculty’s research spans the entire region, from the former Soviet republics of Central Asia, Iran, Afghanistan, Siberia, Mongolia, Inner Asia, the Caucasus, the Black Sea Region, and East and Central Europe.
In addition to a rapidly expanding collection of library materials related to Central Asia, including 230 recent acquisitions of Soviet-era, low-print run primary source editions and Uzbek historical documents, Pitt’s Central Asian Film collection is robust and boasts the largest collection of Turkmen films in the West.
The University of Pittsburgh Press, a co-sponsor of the conference, offers Central Eurasia in Context as one of the leading monograph series in North America on Central Asia; it currently comprises fourteen monographs, three of which have won prestigious awards.