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SRAS NEWS  / THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF SLAVISTS (CAS) ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2015
13.10.2014


The Canadian Association of Slavists (CAS) would like to invite you to its annual conference that will take place at the University of Ottawa in Canada’s capital from May 30, Saturday, to June 01, Monday, 2015.

It's Annual Conference is part of the Federal Congress 2015, the largest national academic conference held by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences - the leading Canadian scholarly organization that brings together more than 80 national associations. 

You can find out more details here.

They invite proposals for individual papers, panels and roundtable discussions on a broad spectrum of topics in all disciplines within Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies. Any interdisciplinary panels with other organizations in attendance are welcome. All information and submission guidelines are available on their website.

Deadline for all proposals is February 01, 2015.

All presenters must be members of the Canadian Association of Slavists. You can join CAS online.

Ottawa is a splendid city with a lot to offer, and is particularly lovely at this time of year. The site of the conference, the University of Ottawa, is the world's largest French-English bilingual University, and is conveniently located in the downtown core within walking distance to the historic Parliament buildings and other attractions. Ottawa is a short traveling distance from other major Canadian cities, such as Montreal and Toronto, as well as the bordering US states.

More on the city of Ottawa tourism is available online.

Some limited funding from our association is available for graduate students only, we encourage interested participants to apply for travel funding with their home institutions. 

For any questions please contact the program chairs Volha Isakava and Arkady Klioutchanski.



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