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CALL FOR EARLY CAREER PLENARY SPEAKER
Application closing date: Friday, 31st March 2017 23.59 (GMT)

Regional Studies Association Central and Eastern Europe Conference 2017
REGIONAL POLARISATION AND UNEQUAL DEVELOPMENT IN CEE: CHALLENGES FOR INNOVATIVE PLACE-BASED POLICIES
10th - 13th September 2017, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The Regional Studies Association is seeking applications from Early Career Researchers (within 5 years after finishing their PhD) to give the Early Career Plenary Presentation at the RSA’s forthcoming Central and Eastern European Conference 2017. For more details on the conference, please visit the conference website.

Applications should take the form of both a short video and a 300-word abstract for the presentation. Applicants are invited to submit abstracts focusing on economic and/or social polarisation in CEE, in line with the main topic of the conference.

The application should include the following:

The award includes a complimentary place at the conference, a contribution towards travel expenses and 2 nights’ accommodation.

For more information about the Early Career plenary speaker call, please click here. Please feel free to share with any colleagues who may be interested.

There are bursaries (taking form of free conference place) available. To read more and apply for conference bursary, please click here. Deadline for applications: 30th April 2017.

Submit a Special Session proposal until 26th March 2017. Abstract submission and registration deadline: 23rd May 2017.

For more information please contact Wanda Miczorek at [log in to unmask].

With best wishes,

 

Wanda Miczorek
Events and Membership Officer
Regional Studies Association
Sussex Innovation Centre
Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9SB

 

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