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ANZSA 2011: "Translations/Transitions," Christchurch, New Zealand, 7–8 November (abstracts due 31 July)
full name / name of organization:
Jacob Edmond / University of Otago
Australia and New Zealand Slavists’ Association 2011 Conference “Translations/Transitions”
Christchurch, New Zealand, 7–8 November 2011
Proposals are invited for papers on any topic related to Slavonic studies, from art, culture, and language, to history, politics, and economics. The organizers of the 2011 conference especially invite papers on the theme “Translations/Transitions.” Such papers might address interactions within and beyond Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia; questions of linguistic change and translation; the translations involved in Slavonic modernisms and modernities; the cross-border experiences and cultural, economic, and political changes relating to the shift from the communist to the post-communist eras in Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia; the translational and transitional nature of the Slavonic geographical and cultural spaces and their broader implications for world culture, economics, and geopolitics.
Abstracts of no more than 200 words should be sent to Dr Jacob Edmond at email@example.com by 31 July 2011.
The conference will be held on the beautiful Christchurch campus of the University of Canterbury. While Christchurch was hit by a terrible earthquake in February of this year, the University of Canterbury campus suffered only minor damage, and housing and other conference resources are now available. The organizers see the conference itself as making a small contribution to the recovery of this beautiful city after recent tragic events and thank participants in advance for their support.
The conference is jointly hosted by the Russian Programme of the School of Languages, Cultures, and Linguistics at the University of Canterbury and the Russian Studies Research Cluster at the University of Otago. It is convened by Dr Evgeny Pavlov of the University of Canterbury and Dr Jacob Edmond of the University of Otago.
Dr Jacob Edmond