International Conference with interdisciplinary approach
Krakow, 13 May 2016
The conference sessions will be devoted to the interdependent cultures, literatures, languages, religions, ethnic and social groups in the Austrian crownland Galicia and Lodomeria, as well as the multicultural heritage of Austrian Galicia in Poland, Ukraine and Austria at the present time.
The conference will adopt a multidisciplinary approach and will combine different methodological approaches such as gender studies, migration studies, border studies, memory studies, oral history, language history, etc.
The conference is addressed to independent scholars, students and professors of history, philosophy, sociology, political sciences, literature, linguistics, culture studies or anthropology.
The impact of historical events at the territory of Austrian Galicia in Poland, Ukraine and Austria on present time.
Theatre, music, visual art in the Austrian crownland Galicia and Lodomeria.
III. Women’s Studies
The analysis of women’s activity in Eastern European Galicia
Social movements in Eastern European Galicia
Social problems in Eastern European Galicia
Social conflicts in Austrian Galicia in Poland, Ukraine and Austria and their influence on present time.
Analysis of political situation in Eastern European Galicia
Galician lessons for modern politics
The reflection of Galician topic in literature
Analysis of language changes at the territories of Eastern European Galicia
Cross-cultural issues at the territories of Eastern European Galicia
X. International Relations
The impact of relations in Austrian Galicia in Poland, Ukraine and Austria on present time international cooperation.
Analysis of economic development of the Eastern European Galicia territories.
Place: Institute of Audiovisual Arts at the Faculty of Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow
Contact: Dr. Ievgeniia Diadko, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Paper proposals: Please send 250 words Paper Proposal in English and a brief biographical note by 16th March 2016 to: email@example.com. Download Paper proposal form
Selected papers will be published in the post-conference volume.
Full registration fee – 70 € ; Student registration fee* – 50 € (*fee for Students of Jagiellonian University – 30 €) The registration fee covers all conference materials, coffee breaks, lunch, Cracow city tour and post-conference publication.