ASEEES is delighted to announce its third biennial summer convention.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Call for Proposals for the 2019 ASEEES Summer Convention is now open. All proposals - panel, roundtable, and individual paper proposals - are due November 15. Acceptance notifications will be sent out by early January 2019.
The 2019 ASEEES Summer Convention theme is "Culture Wars" with a focus on the ways in which individuals or collectives create or construct diametrically opposed ways of understanding their societies and their place in the world. As culture wars intensify across the globe, we invite participants to scrutinize present or past narratives of difference or conflict, and/or negotiating practices within divided societies or across national boundaries. We invite papers and proposals that deal with this broader theme, with a range of possible interpretations.
All participants will be expected to register for the convention and pay registration fees. More information will be posted soon HERE.
The convention will take place on the campus of the University of Zagreb. We have block reservations at three nearby hotels. We will also offer some university dorm space for student participants and participants from Eastern Europe and Eurasia who may prefer a more affordable accommodations. More information is forthcoming.
CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Mary Neuberger, University of Texas, Austin
Masa Kolanovic, University of Zagreb
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB
We thank the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb for hosting the 2019 Summer Convention. The University of Zagreb (1669) is the oldest and largest university in South-Eastern Europe. The mission of the University is based on scientific and artistic research and aims at sustainable development, artistic creativity and professional work.
CROATIAN VISA REQUIREMENTS
For stays up to 90 days, a visa is not required for passport holders of US, most European nations and former Soviet republics, South Korea, and Japan. Please check here to see if you require a visa to enter Croatia. In most instances, the passport must be valid for at least another three months after the planned departure from Croatia (and issued within the previous ten years).
Lynda Park, ASEEES Executive Director