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The 2013 Humanities Conference will be held at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary, 19-21 June.
The conference provides a space for dialogue and publication of new knowledge which builds on the past traditions of the humanities whilst setting a renewed agenda for their future. Proposals for paper presentations, poster sessions, workshops, roundtables, or colloquia are invited, addressing the humanities through one of the following themes:
Critical Cultural Studies
Communications and Linguistics Studies
Civic, Political, and Community Studies
The deadline for the current round of the call for papers is 21 March 2013. Please visit our website http://thehumanities.com/the-conference?utm_source=Call%2Bfor%2BPapers_Home&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=H13PromoB for more information on submitting your proposal, future deadlines, and registering for the conference.
Presenters have the option to submit completed papers to one of our Humanities collection of journals. If you are unable to attend the conference in person, virtual registrations include the option to submit a video presentation, and/or submission to one of the journals for peer review and possible publication, as well as subscriber access to the Humanities Journals.
We are proud to welcome the following plenary speakers to this
year's Humanities Conference:
Erzsébet Barát, English and Gender Studies, Central European
University, Budapest, Hungary
Anna Gács, Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies, ELTE,
Patricia Leavy, Author and Arts-Based Researcher, USA
Jasmina Lukic, Head, Gender Studies, Central European University,
Katalin Orbán, Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies, ELTE,
Antal Örkény, Sociology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest,
Claire Warwick, Co-Director, Centre for Digital Humanities,
University College London, UK
We hope you will be able to join us in Budapest for this important
discussion, and we look forward to receiving your proposal!
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