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International student conference "Bridges in the Baltics"

The 9th Baltic Student Conference “Bridges in the Baltics” will take place in Warsaw, Poland on September 23-24, 2022, and is organized by the Subdepartment of Baltic studies at the University of Warsaw. 

As in previous years, the aim of the conference is to bring together students interested in Baltic studies and give them the possibility to meet, present their academic work, learn from each other and make new contacts. We invite everyone who is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s, Masters or PhD degree at any university in the Baltic states or elsewhere. More information is available on the conference homepage

PROGRAMME OF THE CONFERENCE

ABSTRACTS OF PARALLEL SESSIONS


Call for proposals

We invite all students who are currently obtaining a bachelor's, master's or doctoral degree to submit their proposals and attend the conference. The conference welcomes proposals concerning any of the following aspects of the society and culture of the Baltic countries:

language and linguistics;

literature, folklore, arts;

cultural and biographical studies;

media, film and communication;

history and memory.

The working languages of the conference are Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and English. Everyone is welcome to give their presentation in any language mentioned above; however, the abstract and slides should be in English.

We invite you to submit proposals for maximum 20-minute papers in Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, or English, along with abstracts (max 1000 characters) by June 20, 2022, using this online registration form.

Participation is free of charge. Confirmation of the participation will be sent by June 30, 2022. 

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