CFP: EUROPE 2010: Global and Local; 15.-16.5.2010, Lithuania

European Humanities University

Research Conference for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
EUROPE 2010: Global and Local

May 15-16, 2010
Valakupių g. 5, Vilnius, Lithuania

European Humanities University is proud to announce its annual student research conference aimed at providing a platform for discussing current issues in politics, law and culture in a European context. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate.

Conference panels include the following:
•        International, European and national law in the legal order of Eastern Europe
•        Belarus and European identity
•        History and culture of Belarus –  past and present
•        Individual and society –  philosophical and sociological aspects
•        Images of modernity in arts
•        Media culture: analysis, interpretation, criticism
•        Current problems in gender theory
•        Politics and society
•        Virtual university: challenges of distance learning

The working languages of the conference are Belarusian, Russian and English. Papers accepted will be published in the conference prospectus. Students with the most interesting presentations will be awarded certificates.

Applications for participation should be sent to studentconference(at) by April 4,
2010 with the subject line “Europe 2010.”

Requirements for presentation abstracts:
Length: should not exceed 3 pages A4
Font: Times New Roman,  12-point font, 1.5 spacing
Name, surname and conference panel in the heading of the presentation abstract

Those prospective participants who need a Lithuanian visa to participate in the conference should also provide the following information: date of birth, passport number (and ID number) and date of issue.  Visa fees will be covered by the conference organizers.

All conference participants will be provided with dormitory housing (May 15-16). Participants from Belarus will receive a travel grant. Please contact the conference coordinator (studentconference(at) for more information.