Conferences in 2007


8th Biennial Conference of the AUSTRALASIAN ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNIST AND POST-COMMUNIST STUDIES
(1)
Place:
The University of Melbourne
(2)
Organizer:
The Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies
(3)
Contact:
Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover
Convenor of Slavic Studies
School of Languages Cultures and Linguistics MONASH UNIVERSITY
PO Box 11A Victoria 3800 Australia

E-mail:
Millicent.Vladivglover@arts.monash.edu.au


Professor Leslie Holmes,
Department of Political Science,
University of Melbourne, Victoria 3010, Australia

E-mail:
lth@politics.unimelb.edu.au


Submission Deadline: November 15, 2006
(4)
Website:
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Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia Defining Ourselves and Being Defined : Globalization, Regionalism and Multiculturalism
(1)
Place:
Pittsburgh, USA
(2)
Organizer:
University of Pittsburgh, GOSECA Conference Organizing Committee,
Russian and East European Studies Graduate Student Conference
(3)
Contact:
Univ. of Pittsburgh, GOSECA

E-mail:
gosecaconference@yahoo.com
(4)
Website:
http://www.pitt.edu/

The Fifth Cambridge Postgraduate Conference in Language Research:
CamLing 2007

(1)
Place:
University of Cambridge
(2)
Organizer:
Cambridge Institute of Language Research
(3)
Contact:
CamLing
c/o Department of Linguistics
University of Cambridge
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge, CB3 9DA
UK

E-mail:
camling@hermes.cam.ac.uk


Application Submission Deadline: 1st January 2007, 5pm GMT
(4)
Website:
http://www.srcf.ucam.org/camling/
Violence in Eurasia:
Historical and Contemporary Approaches

(1)
Place:
Yale University
(2)
Organizer:
The Eurasia Program of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC)
(3)
Contact:
Eurasia Program
Social Science Research Council
810 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10019

Tel.:
(212) 377-2700

Fax:
(212) 377-2727

E-mail:
eurasia@ssrc.org


Application Submission Deadline: November 30, 2006
(4)
Website:
http://www.ssrc.org/programs/eurasia

Midwest Slavic Conference
(1)
Place:
Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
(2)
Organizer:
The Center for Slavic and East European Studies, The Ohio State University
(3)
Contact:
1712 Neil Avenue
303 Oxley Hall
Columbus, Ohio 43210

Tel.:
(614)292-8770

Fax:
(614)292-4273

E-mail:
csees@osu.edu
(4)
Website:
http://slaviccenter.osu.edu/
THE A S SOC I AT ION FOR THE S TUDY OF NAT IONA L I T I E S 2 0 0 7 WORLD CONV ENT ION
(1)
Place:
Columbia University, New York
(2)
Organizer:
The Harriman Institute
(3)
Contact:
Dominique Arel, ASN President
Gordon N Bardos, Convention Executive Director Sherrill Stroschein, Program Chair
on behalf of the ASN Convention Organizing Committee

E-mail:
gnb12@columbia.edu
(4)
Website:
http://www.nationalities.org/ASN_2007_prelim_program.pdf
Constructing New Social Orders: Myths, Ceremonies, and Visual Representations in Revolutionary Societies
(1)
Place:
Waseda University (Tokyo) and Tokyo University in cooperation with Humboldt University, Berlin
(2)
Organizer:
Waseda University (Tokyo) and Tokyo University in cooperation with Humboldt University
(3)
Contact:
Interdisciplinary Research Network (SFB 640)
"Changing Representations of Social Orders"
Humboldt University, Berlin
Mohrenstrasse 40/41
D-10117 Berlin
Germany

 E-mail:
Daniel Hedinger, M.A. daniel.hedinger@rz.hu-berlin.de
Professor Dr. Juergen Schriewer -- Juergen.Schriewer@rz-hu-berlin.de
Professor Dr. Joerg Baberowski - baberowski@web.de
(4)
Website:
http://www.repraesentationen.de/
Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting: Visions of Europeduring 'eastern' European Union enlargement
(1)
Place:
San Francisco, California
(2)
Organizer:
Association of American Geographers
(3)
Contact:
Association of American Geographers
1710 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009

Tel.:
(202) 234-1450

Fax:
(202) 234-2744

E-mail:
meeting@aag.org
(4)
Website:
http://www.aag.org
National Russian Corpus in Teaching Humanities 
(1)
Place:
Moscow
(2)
Organizer:
The National Russian Corpus project
(3)
Contact:
The Organizing Committee

E-mail:
ndobrushina@hse.ru


Application Submission Deadline: January 10, 2007
(4)
Website:
http://new.hse.ru/sites/conf_rus_lang
Polish-German Post/Memory: Aesthetics, Ethics, Politics 
(1)
Place:
Indiana University (Bloomington)
(2)
Organizer:
Indiana University
(3)
Contact:
Justyna Beinek

E-mail:
jbeinek@indiana.edu
(4)
Website:
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~aaass/additional/cfp.html
Third Conference of the Southeast European Studies Association
(1)
Place:
Columbus, Ohio
(2)
Organizer:
Center for Slavic and East European Studies
(3)
Contact:
Daniel Collins, Chair
Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures The Ohio State University
400 Hagerty Hall
1775 College Road
Columbus, OH 43210-1340

E-mail:
collins.232@osu.edu
csees.osu@gmail.com


Submission Deadline: January 15, 2007
(4)
Website:
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LOCATING "EURASIA" IN POSTSOCIALIST STUDIES: THE GEOPOLITICS OF NAMING
(1)
Place:
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
(2)
Organizer:
The 2007 SOYUZ Program committee
(3)
Contact:
Serguei Oushakine

E-mail:
oushakin@princeton.edu


Application Submission Deadline: January 15, 2007
(4)
Website:
http://www.uvm.edu/%7Esoyuz/conferences.html

The 26th annual World Russian Forum
(1)
Place:
Washington, DC
(2)
Organizer:
American University In Moscow
Media Group Kontinent USA
(3)
Contact:
Organizing Committee
World Russian Forum
1800 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington , DC 20009

Tel./Fax:
(495)787-7776

E-mail:
Russia@RussiaHouse.org
(4)
Website1:
http://www.russiahouse.org

Website2:
http://www.america-russia.net

The 2nd Newcastle Postgraduate Conference in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
(1)
Place:
University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
(2)
Organizer:
Newcastle University
(3)
Contact:


E-mail:
pgconfling@ncl.ac.uk
(4)
Website:
http://conferences.ncl.ac.uk/pglinguistics/

Slavic Research Center Summer Symposium
Dirty, but Warm: Energy and Environment in Slavic Eurasia and Its Neighborhood

(1)
Place:
Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
(2)
Organizer:
Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University
(3)
Contact:
SRC
Kita-9, Nishi-7, Kita-ku,
Sapporo 060-0809, Japan

Tel.:
(+81)11-706-2388

Fax.:
(+81) 11-706-4952

E-mail:
src@slav.hokudai.ac.jp
(4)
Website:
http://src-h.slav.hokudai.ac.jp/sympo/07summer/2007summer-e.html

An Emerging Regional Power? -- Russia and Its Neighbors

(1)
Place:
Tokyo University, Akamon General Research Bldg. 5 F
(2)
Organizer:
co-hosted by
21st Century COE Program "Making a Discipline of Slavic Eurasian Studies",
Study Group Comparative Study of Systemic Transformation
(3)
Contact:
AOSHIMA Yoko
SRC
Kita-9, Nishi-7, Kita-ku,
Sapporo 060-0809, Japan

Tel.:
(+81)11-706-4809

Fax.:
(+81) 11-706-4952

E-mail:
ses-coe@slav.hokudai.ac.jp
(4)
Program:
Session I: Russia and Ukraine: Enigmas of Domestic Politics
15:30-16:30
    Jessica ALLINA-PISANO   " The Post-Soviet Potemkin Village: Property Rights and Informal Institutions in Ukraine and Russia"
    Yaroslav STARTSEV     "Administrative reform in Russia: a transformation without change"

Session II: An Entangled Quadrilateral: Russia, the US, Europe, and China    
16:45-18:00
    Vitaly MERKUSHEV    "American Influence on the EU-Russia Energy Relations in Post-Soviet Space"
    Yajun SHI    "Perceptions of Putin in China"
    Gediminas VITKUS    "Reflection on 15 years of Lithuanian - Russian relations"

*We are planning to have a dinner after this seminor. If you areinterested in participating the dinner, please contact the following address;
komorida@iss.u-tokyo.ac.jp (Komorida)


Europe in Russia

(1)
Place:
University of Helsinki Helsinki, Finland
(2)
Organizer:
The University of Helsinki
The University of Tartu
(3)
Contact:
Pekka Pesonen
Tomi Huttunen

E-mail:
pekka.pesonen@helsinki.fi
tomi.huttunen@helsinki.fi
(4)
Website:
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International Workshop JAPANS SILK ROAD DIPLOMACY: PAVING THE ROAD AHEAD

(1)
Place:
Sanjo Conference Hall, The University of Tokyo, JAPAN
(2)
Organizers:
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program (Washington, D.C. / Stockholm)
The Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University (Sapporo)
Islamic Area Studies Program, The University of Tokyo (Tokyo)

Co-Chairs:
HIROSE Tetsuya (Former Japanese Ambassador to Azerbaijan)
Christopher LEN (CACI & SRSP)
(3)
Contact:


E-mail:
silkroad@post.nifty.jp
(4)
Program:


9:30-9:40
Opening speeches


9:40-11:40
Session 1. Japan's New Role in Central Asia
KAWATO Akio (Former Japanese Ambassador to Uzbekistan)
     Formulation of Japans Policy Central Asia Plus Japan
Christopher LEN (CACI & SRSP)
     Japans Evolving Central Asian Policy
YUASA Takeshi (The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan)
     Japans Developing Initiative in Eurasia
Discussant: TAMURA Keisuke (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan)

11:40-12:50
Lunch

12:50-14:50
Session 2. Japan-Central Asian Relations in the Global and Regional Contexts
IWASHITA Akihiro (Hokkaido University)
     SCO: Power Balance or Border Dynamics?
Erica MARAT (CACI & SRSP)
     Japans Role in Kyrgyzstans Political and Economic Development since Independence
UYAMA Tomohiko (Hokkaido University)
     Japans Diplomacy towards Central Asia in the Context of Japans Asian Diplomacy and Japan-US relations
Discussant: Timur DADABAEV (Tsukuba University)

15:00-16:30
Session 3. Economic Aspects of Japan-Central Asian Relations
Niklas SWANSTRÖM (CACI & SRSP)
     Economic Integration As a Tool for Conflict Management and Confidence Building in Central Asia
SHIMAO Kuniko (York St John University)
     The Political and Economic Relationships between Japan and West and Central Asian Countries with Reference to the Development of Energy and Natural Resources
Discussant: SUGIMOTO Tadashi (Euro-Asian Research Institute)


16:30-17:00
General Discussion

17:30-
  Reception

Third Annual Danyliw Research Seminar in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies Chair of Ukrainian Studies

(1)
Place:
University of Ottawa
(2)
Organizer:
The Chair of Ukrainian Studies
The Wolodymyr George Danyliw Foundation
(3)
Contact:
Dominique Arel, Chair of Ukrainian Studies

E-mail:
darel@uottawa.ca
(4)
Website:
http://www.ukrainianstudies.uottawa.ca/index.html

AGENTS AND AGENCIES: THE (RE)MAKING OF IDENTITY IN RUSSIA TODAY

(1)
Place:
Thursday - Room 1501 International Affairs Building;
Friday and Saturday - Davis Auditorium, Schapiro Center
(2)
Organizer:
The Harriman Institute of Columbia University and ISE (Information. Scholarship. Education.) Center (Russia)
(3)
Contact:
The Harriman Institute

E-mail:
harriman@columbia.edu
(4)
Website:
http://www.harrimaninstitute.org/events/monthly_calendar.html

Central Eurasian Studies Society
Eighth Annual Conference 2007

(1)
Place:
University of Washington , Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
(2)
Organizer:
Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS)
(3)
Contact:
The CESS 2007 Conference Committee

E-mail:
cess2007@u.washington.edu
(4)
Website:
http://www.cess.muohio.edu/

The 39th Annual AAASS Conference
(1)
Place:
The New Orleans Marriott in New Orleans, Louisiana
(2)
Organizer:
The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS)
(3)
Contact:
AAASS
8 Story Street
Cambrigde, MA

E-mail:
aaass@fas.harvard.edu
(4)
Website:
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/%7Eaaass/convention/cfp.html
7th Annual Aleksanteri Conference
REVISITING PERESTROIKA PROCESSES AND ALTERNATIVES

(1)
Place:
The Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland
(2)
Organizer:
The Aleksanteri Institute
(3)
Contact:
Aleksanteri Conference

E-mail:
fcree-aleksconf@helsinki.fi
(4)
Website:
http://www.helsinki.fi/aleksanteri/conference2007/l

2007 Winter International Symposium
Asiatic Russia: Imperial Power in Regional and International Contexts

(1)
Place:
Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
(2)
Organizer:
Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University
(3)
Contact:
SRC
Kita-9, Nishi-7, Kita-ku,
Sapporo 060-0809, Japan

Tel.:
(+81)11-706-4809

Fax.:
(+81) 11-706-4952

E-mail:
ses-coe@slav.hokudai.ac.jp
(4)
Website:
http://src-h.slav.hokudai.ac.jp/sympo/07winter/2007winter-e.html

Russian Empire: Reappraisal of Recent Research Agenda

(1)
Venue:
Osaka University, Nakanoshima-center, 9F Conference room 4-5-53 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0005; Tel: 06-6444-2100
http://www.onc.osaka-u.ac.jp
(2)
Organizers:
Organized by Osaka University and Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University Financially supported by the JFE 21st Century Foundation

General Chair:
Kimitaka MATSUZATO (SRC)
(3)
Contact:
Norihiro NAGANAWA (SRC)

E-mail:
luch@slav.hokudai.ac.jp
(4)
Program:


13:00-14:30
Session 1: Empire as an Imagined Community
1.  Michael KHODARKOVSKY (Loyola University Chicago, USA)
Seeking Identity in Imperial Russia
2.  Ricarda VULPIUS (The University of München, Germany)
The Language of Self-description in the Russian Empire in the 18th century
Chair: Shigeru AKITA (Osaka University, Japan)
Discussant: Ichiro MAEKAWA (Soka University, Japan)

14:30-16:00
Session 2: Imperial Borderlands: Making, Crossing and Encountering
3.  Robert CREWS (Stanford University, USA)
The Boundaries of the Russian Empire
4.  Anatoly REMNEV (Omsk State University, Russia / SRC)
Emperor, Governor-Generals, Ministers: Administrative Triangular for Asiatic Russia(in Russian)
Chair: Yutaka TAKENAKA (Osaka University, Japan)
Discussant: Nobuya HASHIMOTO (Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)


(Tea Break:  16:00-16:30)

16:30-18:00
Session3:Religions: Challenges against Empires from Inside and Outside
5.  Nikolay TSYREMPILOV (Institute of Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, SB RAS, Russia / SRC)
The Russian Authority and Buddhism: New Forms of Institutionalization during the Period of Revolutions of 1917 and Establishment of the Soviet Regime in Siberia (in English)
6.  Dmitry PAVLOV (Moscow State Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation, Russia / SRC)
Christianity question during the Russo-Japanese war, 1904-1905, Or whether Japan really planned to become a Christian state (in English)
Chair: Norihiro NAGANAWA (SRC)
Discussant: Naho IGAUE (Osaka University, Japan)


(Dinner: 18:30―20:30 optional)

Kyoto University of Foreign Studies 60th Anniversary International Workshop
Imperial Rule in Central Eurasia: Incorporation and Alienation

(1)
Date&Place:
December 10th (Monday) at International Hall (Room No.941),
Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
(2)
Organizers:
Organized by:
KUFS International Research Institute for Studies in Language and Peace
&
 Hokkaido University Slavic Research Center
(3)
Contact:
Norihiro NAGANAWA (SRC)

E-mail:
luch@slav.hokudai.ac.jp
(4)
Program:


13:30-13:40
Opening Remarks: Toru HORIKAWA (KUFS)  

13:40-15:30
Imperial Rule in Turkestan and the Kazakh Steppe
Salavat ISKHAKOV (Institute of Russian History, RAS, Russia)
Russian Turkestan: A Research Agenda
Sergei ABASHIN (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS, Russia)
Sart a People with a Future: Ethnography and Empire in Russian Turkestan
Irina EROFEEVA (Institute of Nomadology, Kazakhstan)
Ecological Aspects of the Military History of Nomads in Kazakhstan, from the Seventeenth to the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Chair: Chika OBIYA (Kyoto University)
Discussant: Jin NODA (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)

15:30-16:00
Coffee Break

16:00-17:50
New Rules Navigating Muslim Communities in Late Imperial Russia
James H. MEYER (Harriman Institute, Columbia University, USA)
Muslim Community Leadership Politics in Late Imperial Russia: Divisions and Coalitions
Gulmira SULTANGALIEVA (Aktobe State Pedagogical Institute, Kazakhstan / SRC)
Muslim Philanthropic Organizations in the Volga-Ural Region and Western Kazakhstan: Their Formation and Activities around the Turn of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (in Russian)
Xavier Le Torrivellec(National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations, France)
The Emergence of Bashkir Nationalism at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
Chair: Kenichi ISOGAI (KUFS)
Discussant: Masumi IKUTA (Kobe University)

18:00-19:30
Refreshments 

International scientific and practical conference
CYRILLIC ALPHABET: FROM THE ORIGIN TO OUR DAYS

(1)
Place:
Moscow
(2)
Organizer:

(3)
Contact:
119072 , ., . 20, , .

Tel.:
+7 (495) 959 09 08 reception of the Russian Institute of culturology
+7 (495) 959 09 13 Deputy Director RIC Kryukova Natalia Nikolaevna
+7 (495) 959 13 98 executive secretary RIC Kochelyaeva Nina Alexandrovna

Fax.:
+7 (495) 050 10 17

E-mail:
kirillica-ricr@yandex.ru
(4)
Website:
http://WWW.riku.ru

AATSEEL Annual Meeting

(1)
Place:
Chicago, IL
(2)
Organizer:
AATSEEL (American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages)
(3)
Contact:
Dr. William J. Comer
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
1445 Jayhawk Blvd.
Wescoe Hall, Room 2134
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045-7590

E-mail:
wjcomer@ku.edu
(4)
Website:
http://aatseel.org/program/

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