The International Association for the Humanities – MAG
Міжнародна Асоціація Гуманітаріїв
Международная ассоциация гуманитариев
Міжнародная асацыяцыя гуманітарыяў
2018 Annual Convention
June 27-29, 2018
Co-organized by the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) and Program ‘Scientific Lviv’ by Lviv City Council
The MAG Convention 2018 will take place at the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Center of the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv, Ukraine.
The building address is: Kozelnytska St, 2, Lviv, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine, 79000.
The convention will begin in the early afternoon of Wednesday, June 27 and continue until the closing reception on the evening of Friday, June 29.
Registration will open on June 27, at 10:00am in the lobby of the Metropolitan Sheptytsky Center (2A Kozelnytska street).
The program will feature approximately 120 panels including about 350 presentations.
Call for Applications
Proposals for complete and well-balanced panels and roundtables will be given priority. A panel consists of an organizer, a moderator, three paper presenters, and a commentator. Roundtables must have a chair; and 3 to 5 roundtable speakers. Individuals may also apply. The program committee will assign individual papers to specially constructed thematic panels.
Applicants from Eurasia and Eastern Europe (non-European Union) are eligible for travel grants.
For more information visit Call of Applications page
Deadline for all applications:
5 March 16 March 2018.
Convention theme: Image of the Self
Following the theme of the 2016 ASEEES-MAG Convention “Image of the Other”, we seek to examine the way states, societies, interest groups and social movements, as well as individuals, represent themselves to themselves and to others through manifold means including language, culture, literature, the politics of history, and politics as such. Images of the self can be found, of course, not only in scholarship but also in popular writing, artistic expression, and in the public sphere.
How have some images given rise to stereotypes and instrumentalized narratives? How have some others constituted resources for tolerance, mutual respect, and cooperation? These issues appear in headlines worldwide, but they seem especially salient in Eastern Europe and Eurasia.
MAG invites proposals directly or indirectly addressing topics related to the “Image of the Self” as they to Eastern Europe and Eurasia. Scholars from all countries worldwide are welcome to apply.
ASEEES-MAG Convention in 2016
MAG (International Association for the Humanities) was founded in 2007 with the help of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the American Council of Learned Societies as an independent association of humanities scholars primarily in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine. IAH/MAG publishes a newsletter “The Bridge-MOCT”.
The Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) is an open academic community and a private institution for education and research, living the Eastern Christian tradition and forming leaders to serve with professional excellence in Ukraine and internationally.
Please send summer convention-related inquiries to Olga Bukhina [email protected]