Rijeka, 10th-11th October, 2014
CALL FOR PAPERS
Department of History of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Rijeka in collaboration with the Department of Historical Research of the Institute of Historical and Social Sciences of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb are please to invite proposals to the “Second medieval workshop” in Rijeka.
The workshop is planned as a two-day gathering of young medievalists at the early stages of their career, doctoral and postdoctoral students. Workshop follows upon the previous one, which makes this an opportunity for further networking and presentation of research within the community of medievalists.
The Workshop will be held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka (University Campus at Trsat) on 10th -11th October 2014.
The first day of the Workshop is reserved for presenting current research, while the emphasis of the second day will be placed on thematic workshops based on a specific field in medieval research. The co-located workshops are intended to provide a forum for researchers to address and exchange positions on the wide span of topics such as literature (in collaboration with the French Literature Section of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Zagreb) archaeology and social history (in collaboration with the Medieval Studies Department of the Central European University Budapest), Latin and Glagolitic palaeography (in collaboration with the Department of Historical Research of the IHSS of the CASA in Zagreb) and metrology (in collaboration with the Ancient and Medieval Art Section of the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Rijeka). These workshops will be led by Croatian and international scholars – experts in the aforementioned fields. General intention is to present new methodologies in the research of various aspects of Middle Ages.
How to apply for the first day of the Workshop (October 10th 2014.):
1. Individual papers:
Speakers are asked to submit the title of the presentation and a short abstract (up to 500 words). Upon the acceptance the organizers assort the presentation within thematically related session and provide a moderator.
2. Thematic session:
Several speakers can, according to their interests, organize and submit a session. The application must contain the title of the session, names of each speaker, titles of each presentation and short abstracts for every paper (up to 500 words). For the thematic sessions the organisers can provide moderators, but session organisers also have the option to choose their own moderator.
For the second day of the Workshop (October 11th 2014.) there is no need to apply in advance for thematic workshops, as the attendance is open to all participants.
No registration fee.
Please confirm your participation by June 1st 2014. on email@example.com.
Kosana Jovanović ,Department of History of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Rijeka
Suzana Miljan, Department of Historical Research of the IHSS of the CASA in Zagreb