CFP: Conference “Interaction of Languages and Cultures in Europe: Border and Contact Areas“, Vilnius, September 9–11, 2020

The Institute of the Lithuanian Language and the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences have pleasure to invite to the international scientific conference “Interaction of Languages and Cultures in Europe: Border and Contact Areas”. The conference will be held at the Institute of the Lithuanian Language, P. Vileišio str. 5, LT-10308 Vilnius, on 9–11 September, 2020.

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CFP: Slavia Meridionalis

Topic: SOCIETY OF THE 21ST CENTURY – BLURRING OF BORDERS, LANGUAGES AND CULTURES The 21st volume of the journal Slavia Meridionalis will be devoted to the blurring of borders, languages and cultures in the 21st century society.

We invite papers by representatives of various research areas and methods. We are likewise interested in comparative reflection and references to the whole area of the Slavic cultures and the Balkans. We will also consider publishing articles outside the main topic – in the “Imponderabilia” section, which is intended for papers addressing particularly important sociolinguistic issues related to the Slavia Meridionalis area.

Call for Papers

Recruitment announcement to the project “PROM Programme – International scholarship exchange of doctoral students and academic staff”, implemented at the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences

Professor Nicole Dołowy-Rybińska, the Deputy Director for Research at the Institute of Slavic Studies, PAS and the leader of the project “PROM Programme – International scholarship exchange of doctoral students and academic staff”, announces recruitment for a 14-day library query in Warsaw for a PhD student from a foreign university or research institute.

Contract number: PPI/PRO/2019/1/00003/U/00001
Project duration: 1.10.2019–30.09.2020
Participants: 1 foreign PhD student
Financing: travel expenses and living expenses
Duration of the query: 14 days in the period from 1.04.2020 to 30.09.2020

Required documents:

Submitting documents: scans of documents should be sent by e-mail (anna.boguska@ispan.waw.pl)
Deadline: 15 March 2020.

Director of the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences announces an open competition for the position of assistant professor

Requirements:

  • PhD title in humanities.
  • Proven track record of research in Bohemian or/and Slovak studies.
  • Knowledge of Czech or/and Slovak, English and Polish language.

Additional qualifications:

  • Knowledge of German and French and other languages (especially Slavic).
  • Experience in obtaining grants.
  • Experience in didactics and dissemination of science.

Applications should include:

  • Job application addressed to the Director of the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences.
  • Professional CV with a list of publications.
  • Certified copy of a diploma of PhD in humanities.

Document submission deadline: November 18th, 2019.

Documents should be submitted by e-mail at: sekretariat@ispan.waw.pl.

The interview will take place by the end of November 2019.

The committee will make their decision according to the rules and regulations of the Institute of Slavic Studies PAS, maintained on the website (Job offers).

Employment is scheduled to start on December 1st, 2019. The person employed will have an opportunity to conduct research trips to foreign academic institutions with whom the ISS PAS has agreements of cooperation, support in preparing grant applications, and stable employment. The person will be asked to sign a statement confirming that the ISS PAS will count them towards the number of employees included in the institute’s research potential and a statement confirming that ISS PAS is the first place of employment.

On the application, please include a clause: “On the basis of art. 6 para. 1 RODO, I hereby agree to process my personal data, including my image, included in my offer for the needs of recruitment process by the administrator of the data, that is the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences”.

CfP: Boundaries and Frontiers in South Slavic Cultures: the City and the Biblical Tradition, October, 3–5th, 2019, Sofia

We would like to invite you to take part in the interdisciplinary international conference organized by the Institute of Slavic Studies at the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Institute for Literature at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the Cyrillo-Methodian Research Centre at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences: Boundaries and Frontiers in South Slavic Cultures: the City and the Biblical Tradition, Sofia, 3th–5th of October 2019.

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“Slavia Meridionalis” – call for papers: INTELLECTUALS and THE RELIGIOUS

The 20th volume of the journal Slavia Meridionalis will be devoted to the relationship between intellectuals and the religious. The main focus of our attention are South Slavic cultures, we are nevertheless also interested in the West Slavic context, as both these areas have, to some extent, been subjected to common historical and political processes. Until the First World War, it was an affiliation to one monarchy with state religious policy, and after the Second World War – being included in the orbit of communist influence with a policy towards religion, which although in principle uniform, was inevitably nuanced by local traditions, social attitudes, and models of religiosity.

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