Call for Papers
Annual Conference of the Study Group on the Russian Revolution
University of Leuven (Antwerp Campus), 9-11 January 2020
The XLVI Conference of the Study Group on the Russian Revolution will take place from 3-5 January 2019 at the Antwerp Campus of the University of Leuven, Belgium. The Study Group was established in 1973, and it aims to promote new approaches to the study of the Russian Revolution, focusing on the period between 1880 and 1932. Affiliated to the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES), the Study Group possesses a truly international membership. The Study Group and its annual conferences boast strong representation from scholars based in Russia.
We invite individual papers or full panel proposals on any aspect of the period in Russia’s history, 1880-1932, and we welcome a variety of (inter)disciplinary perspectives. And although we study the Russian Revolution as a process, rather than as an event, we continue to mark its centenary. For that reason, in 2020 we would like to organize one or more sessions that focus on “The Russian Revolution and its Aftermath: Civil War and International Conflict.” However, as in the past, we will accept other individual paper or panel proposals as well. The conference languages are English and Russian.
All those interested in attending and/or presenting papers should contact Prof Wim Coudenys (Faculty of Arts /Antwerp Campus, University of Leuven) at firstname.lastname@example.org. The call for papers will close on 15 August 2019. Papers will need to be submitted in December to allow for pre-circulation amongst the group before the conference.
Postgraduates presenting papers at the Study Group may be eligible to apply for a subsidy of some of the conference costs if they are unable to obtain other funding. In addition, a peer-led feedback scheme will run throughout the conference, offering postgraduates the opportunity to receive friendly and constructive feedback on their presentations.
Professor Wim Coudenys
Faculty of Arts, Antwerp Campus
University of Leuven (Belgium)