Call for Papers UU Humanities Graduate Conference 2019

Utrecht | 11-12 April 2019

The next Utrecht University Humanities Graduate Conference will take place on 11 and 12 April 2019.

This annual conference is organized by and for research-oriented R(Ma) students and PhD candidates from all (sub)disciplines of the humanities from both Dutch research institutions and comparable research institutions abroad.

For this year’s edition What’s the Point?,  we invite contributions from R(Ma)’s and PhD’s from all these disciplines on the twinned issues of Impact and the Future of the Humanities.  Prospective contributors should send a 200-300 word abstract with a short biography to by 15 February 2019.

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Registration Open Winter School “Imagining Southern Europe: Culture & Populism” 2019 (University of Groningen and University of Valencia)

Southern European countries such as Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece face common social, cultural and economic challenges. These challenges require profound analysis and evaluation. The central questions on which this Winter School will focus depart from the hypothesis that the 2008 financial crisis and its particular manifestation in Southern European countries has revealed historical processes of interrelation and interdependence in the region that have developed since Early Modernity.

The aim of the winter school is to analyse these processes based on cultural representations (through individual and collective imaginaries) of symbolic capital exchanges and power relationships. This edition central theme is culture and populism in Southern Europe.

Key-questions addressed in this Winter School include the following: How meaningful is it to speak of a common “European” culture, history or public space? How has it been formulated in the past and how should such a concept be formulated? How has the circulation of knowledge (in media, research, publishing practices, intellectual and education networks) contributed to or challenged European integration? How do various European spaces and identities make use of the media and systems of representation? Are representations of Europe mainly created by Northern/continental Europe? How do Southern Europe citizens contribute to and participate in a European public space? How can multiple disparate histories and cultures be integrated into a notion of national or “European” identities?

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Dates and location18 – 22 February 2019, Valencia, Spain
Fees€ 100
LevelMA/PhD/Post Doc
CoordinatorsProf. Dr. Pablo Valdivia
Dr. Manuel de la Fuente

Writing In, Writing Out: Historicizing Agency, Mobility and Positionality (Call for Papers: PhD Workshop, Åbo Akademi University)

25 April 2019 | Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland

Call for Papers: PhD Workshop organised in conjunction with the Åbo Akademi’s annual seminar in the minority research taking place on April 25th. The annual seminar of the Åbo Akademi University minority research profile will explore histories and historiographies of minority positions. It will trace practices of exclusion and inclusion, agency and mobility through archives and the materialities of class, race, body, gender and religion. How, what and whose stories are being told and untold – and by whom? How can they be told otherwise? Read more

Symposium ‘The Negotiation of Values in Narrative’

Groningen, 31 January 2019

The University of Groningen would like to invite you to the Symposium “The Negotiation of Values in Narrative,” which will be held on 31 January 2019 in the Doopsgezinde Kerk, Groningen. The Symposium is organised in honour of prof. dr. Liesbeth Korthals Altes, who will retire from the academy, and offers a platform to eminent scholars in the field of narrative.
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Call for participants: CETRA Summer School 2019

CETRA Summer School 2019, 31st Research Summer School
University of Leuven, campus Antwerp, Belgium
19 – 30 Aug 2019

CETRA Chair Professor: Jemina NAPIER – Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK

In 1989 José Lambert created a special research program in Translation Studies at the University of Leuven in order to promote research training in the study of translational phenomena and to stimulate high-level research into the cultural functions of translation. Since then, this unique program has attracted talented PhD students, postdocs and young scholars who spend two weeks of research under the supervision of a team of prominent scholars, and under the supervision of the Chair Professor, an annually appointed expert in the field of Translation Studies. From 1989 on, the program has hosted participants from Austria to Australia, from Brazil to Burundi, and from China to the Czech Republic. As an illustration of the multi-campus model of CETRA, the 2019 edition of the Summer School will be organized at the Antwerp campus of the KU Leuven, in the city center of Antwerp.

The list of CETRA professors may serve as an illustration of the program’s openness to the different currents in the international world of Translation Studies: †Gideon Toury (Tel Aviv, 1989), †Hans Vermeer (Heidelberg, 1990), Susan Bassnett (Warwick, 1991), †Albrecht Neubert (Leipzig, 1992), Daniel Gile (Paris, 1993), Mary Snell-Hornby (Vienna, 1994), †André Lefevere (Austin, 1995), Anthony Pym (Tarragona, 1996), Yves Gambier (Turku, 1997), Lawrence Venuti (Philadelphia, 1998), Andrew Chesterman (Helsinki, 1999), Christiane Nord (Magdeburg, 2000), Mona Baker (Manchester, 2001), Maria Tymoczko (Amherst, Massachusetts, 2002), Ian Mason (Edinburgh, 2003), Michael Cronin (Dublin, 2004), †Daniel Simeoni (Toronto, 2005), Harish Trivedi (Delhi, 2006), †Miriam Shlesinger (Tel Aviv, 2007), Kirsten Malmkjaer (London, 2008), †Martha Cheung (Hong Kong, 2009), Sherry Simon (Montreal, 2010), Christina Schaeffner (Aston, 2011), Franz Pöchhacker (Vienna, 2012), Michaela Wolf (Graz, 2013), Arnt Lykke Jakobsen (Copenhagen, 2014), Judy Wakabayashi (Kent, USA, 2015), Jeremy Munday (Leeds, UK, 2016), Leo Tak-hung Chan (Hong Kong, 2017), Sandra L. Halverson (Bergen, Norway, 2018).

Summer School staff

Pieter Boulogne, Elke Brems, Dirk Delabastita, Isabelle Delaere, Lieven D’hulst, Dilek Dizdar, Daniel Gile, Demi Krystallidou, Haidee Kruger, Reine Meylaerts, Franz Pöchhacker, Sara Ramos Pinto, Aline Remael, Heidi Salaets, Christina Schäffner, Leo Tak-hung Chan and Luc van Doorslaer

Basic activities and components of the Summer School

  • Public Lectures by the CETRA Professor on key topics. A preliminary reading list will be furnished and all topics are to be further developed in discussions.
  • Theoretical-methodological seminars given by the CETRA staff. Basic reading materials will be made available in advance.
  • Tutorials: individual discussions of participants’ research with the CETRA Professor and the CETRA staff.
  • Workshops in small groups according to topic or methodology.
  • Students’ papers: presentation of participants’ individual research projects followed by open discussion.
  • Publication: each participant is invited to submit an article based on the presentation, to be refereed and published in an edited volume.

Application in two rounds

First round (for early bird guarantee): application deadline: 4 March 2019
Second round: application deadline: 2 May 2019

For further information


Synergy conference 2019

Registration is now open for the leading event for Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in the Netherlands: Synergy conference 2019. On 7 February 2019, plenary speakers, experts and young talents will debate with each other and you about the value and impact of the entire field of SSH research.

Insights, inspiration and interaction

Synergy conference 2019 is a dynamic day full of insights, inspiration and interaction. From a 360-degree perspective, different angles on key topics impacting the SSH disciplines will be debated. In short: THINK360! One of the main conference topics is the impact of digitalisation on science and on our everyday lives.


Plenary speakers

During Synergy conference 2019, eminent plenary speakers will give you powerful insights. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Philipp Blom: philosopher, historian and writer of award-winning books on cultural history
  • Birgit Meyer: professor of religious studies and expert on the shifting role and place of religion in our time
  • Sally Wyatt: professor of digital cultures in development and expert on the relationship between technological and social change
  • Maxim Februari: novelist, columnist in Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad

Parallel sessions and call for sessions

During both the morning and the afternoon, parallel subsessions are organized. Here you can explore current topics in smaller groups (max. 50 people). The themes of the sessions are cross-disciplinary and focus on the broad domain of SSH research. The sessions in the afternoon will focus on the theme digitalisation. How do big data and artificial intelligence influence SSH research, for example? What does the digitalisation of sources add to science? What do robotisation and virtual reality mean for society?

Science Battle

In 2014, René M. Broeders and Suzanne Streefland conceived the interactive performance Science Battle: PhD students leave behind their trusted laboratories and present their research on a podium in 10 minutes. But who tells the best story? That is what the public can decide. Join Science Battle on Synergy and be convinced by the best presentation!

Science Battle is part of the optional programme. You can join Science Battle during one of the four parallel session rounds.

Network Plaza

The Network Plaza will form the heart of Synergy. Outside of the plenary sessions, a continuous programme will be held at the Network Plaza. It offers, for example, possibilities to network, roundtable discussions with experts, and an info market with organisations from science, society and industry. and support. And at the walk-in theatre you can watch young talented PhDs battle for the Upcoming SSH Researcher 2019 award.

Registration is free for all professionals involved in SSH research

Synergy conference 2019 will be held on 7 February 2019 at Spant conference centre in Bussum. Registration is free of charge for anyone working in the Netherlands in SSH research: from PhDs and postdocs to professors. Directors, policy makers and professionals from civil society organisations involved in SSH research are also warmly invited to attend. Visit for details and registration

2000ste gedicht aangemeld op

UTRECHT – Literatuurwetenschapper Kila van der Starre, verbonden aan de Universiteit Utrecht, heeft voor het eerst op grote schaal in kaart gebracht welke gedichten te lezen zijn in de openbare ruimte van Nederland en Vlaanderen. Met behulp van crowdsourcing is nu het 2000ste gedicht aangemeld op de door haar opgerichte site

2000ste gedicht

Op 20 november 2018 is het 2000ste gedicht aangemeld op de interactieve kaart van Literatuurwetenschapper Kila van der Starre lanceerde die site bijna twee jaar geleden, tijdens de Poëzieweek 2017. Ze deed dit in het kader van haar proefschrift aan de Universiteit Utrecht over ‘poëzie buiten het boek’. Op de kaart van staat ieder rood label voor een gedicht. Ook kan men in de database zoeken op titel van gedicht en naam van dichter.

Het 2000ste gedicht dat werd aangemeld is het gedicht ‘Herkenning’ van Ida Gerhardt, te lezen in de 1e Steeg in Hattem (Gelderland). Carmen Verhoeven voegde het gedicht toe aan de database, zonder te weten dat haar aanmelding het 2000ste gedicht was. Toeval wil dat Ida Gehardt al een bijzondere rol speelde op de site: met 36 aangemelde gedichten is zij de nummer één dichter op Van geen enkele andere dichter zijn zoveel gedichten te lezen in de openbare ruimte van Nederland en Vlaanderen. Gerhardts gedicht ‘Herkenning’ kwam nog niet eerder voor in de database.


Het doel van is het maken van een inventarisatie van alle poëzie die dag en nacht gratis te lezen is in de openbare ruimte van Nederland en Vlaanderen. Van der Starre gebruikt crowdsourcing om tot die inventarisatie te komen: iedereen die wil, kan voorbeelden van straatpoëzie aanmelden op de site. Dat gaat snel en makkelijk via een online formulier. ‘Iedereen kent wel een straatgedicht, maar niemand kent ze allemaal. Samen weten we meer.’ Dat is het idee dat Van der Starre ertoe aanzette om de site te lanceren. zorgt ervoor dat dit deel van het literair erfgoed digitaal wordt gearchiveerd. Ook levert de site een grote hoeveelheid data op over het fenomeen ‘straatpoëzie’, die Van der Starre gebruikt voor haar proefschrift. Daarnaast is de site een manier om een breed publiek te betrekken bij wetenschappelijk onderzoek (ook wel ‘citizen science’ genoemd).

Stand van zaken

Het 2000ste gedicht is een mijlpaal voor en vormt een moment om een blik te werpen op de stand van zaken. Wat kan er tot nu toe geconcludeerd worden?

De kaart van bevat 2000 gedichten van 983 verschillende dichters. Gedichten zijn te lezen op muren, gevels, daken, plakkaten, standbeelden, borden, posters, schuttingen, stoeptegels, ramen en veel meer dragers in de openbare ruimte. Verf, neonlicht, metaal, hout, glas, stickers, plastic, krijt en vele andere materialen worden gebruikt om de poëzie te presenteren.

Straatgedichten worden gerealiseerd door stichting en gemeentes (soms met behulp van een ‘leefbaarheidsbudget’), door buurtbewoners, scholen, winkeleigenaren, stadsdichters en anonieme auteurs. Er zijn in de openbare ruimte gedichten te vinden in het Nederlands, Fries, Drents, Schiermonnikoogs, Engels, Frans, Arabisch, Portugees, Chinees en vele andere talen en dialecten. Sommige gedichten zijn al sinds de 17e eeuw te lezen op gebouwen, anderen zijn veel recenter aangebracht of werden slechts tijdelijk gepresenteerd.


De site is sinds de oprichting (eind januari 2017) 35.079 keer bezocht door 27.892 unieke bezoekers, die samen zorgen voor 78.075 pageviews. De drukbezochtste maand was september 2017. De publicatie van Van der Starre’s onderzoeksrapport Poëzie in Nederland en een video van ‘NOS op 3’ zorgden er toen voor dat de site zelfs crashte onder de hoeveelheid bezoekers. De afdeling ‘ICT & Media’ van de Universiteit Utrecht, die de technische kant van de site beheert, zorgde ervoor dat de site snel weer in de lucht was.

Top 10

Van sommige dichters zijn meerdere gedichten te lezen in de openbare ruimte en sommige gedichten komen zelfs op meerdere plekken voor. De tien vaakst voorkomende dichters op zijn hieronder te vinden.

Top 10 dichters op

RangNaam dichterAantal gedichten op
1Ida Gerhardt36
2Pien Storm van Leeuwen24
3Ina Stabergh / Nick J. Swarth22
4Tine Hertmans / Straathaikoe21
5Ingmar Heytze / Frits Criens18
6J.J. Slauerhoff / Lucebert15
7Ann Van Dessel / Jules Deelder14
8Margreet Schouwenaar / Peter Holvoet-Hanssen / Hein Walter / Niels Blomberg / Joke van Leeuwen / Rutger Kopland12
9Willie Verhegghe11
10Willem Wilmink / Gerrit Achterberg / Harmen Wind / Paul Van Ostaijen / Judith Nieken10


Opvallend is dat deze top tien een mix is van levende en dode dichters, vrouwen en mannen en dichters met verschillende mate van bekendheid. Er staan canonieke overleden dichters in (zoals Gerhardt, Slauerhoff, Lucebert, Kopland, Achterberg en Van Ostaijen), bekende levende dichters (zoals Heytze, Deelder en Van Leeuwen), maar ook veel minder bekende dichters (zoals Stabergh, Criens, Schouwenaar en Wind) en een pseudoniem van een anonieme dichter (Straathaikoe). De top tien op laat een hele andere mix van dichters zien dan bijvoorbeeld de top tien vaakst gekozen gedichten in bloemlezingen of schoolboeken.

Vaakst bekeken

De tien vaakst bekeken gedichten op zijn:

  1. ‘Thuis’ van Judith Nieken, te lezen in Leeuwarden.
  2. ‘Klein’ van Bart Moeyaert, te lezen in Antwerpen.
  3. ‘Alles blijft’ van Jules Deelder, te lezen in Rotterdam.
  4. ‘Nacht: veilige overkapping’ van Hanny Michaelis, te lezen op Utrecht Centraal.
  5. ‘terugkomen is niet hetzelfde als blijven’ van Belle van Zuylen, te lezen in Amsterdam.
  6. ‘De hoofdige boer’ van A.C.W. Staring, te lezen in Almen.
  7. ‘Ik kom thuis’ van Henk Renting, te lezen in Eindhoven.
  8. ‘Heel de aarde is je vaderland’ van Erasmus, te lezen in Rotterdam.
  9. ‘Binnen de perken’ van Jules Deelder, te lezen in Rotterdam.
  10. ‘Als je goed om je heen kijkt’ van K. Schippers, te lezen in Boxtel.

Voor lange tijd stonden twee andere gedichten in de top tien van vaakst bekeken gedichten op, namelijk:

Deze twee gedichten zijn van anonieme auteurs en zorgden voor aandacht en nieuwsgierigheid op social media, onder andere op de Facebookpagina ‘Straatpoëzie’. Op die pagina deelt oprichter Kila van der Starre iedere dag een voorbeeld van een straatgedicht. Ook deelt ze mysteries rond straatgedichten (vooral wanneer de gedichten van een anonieme auteur zijn en zonder toestemming lijken te zijn geplaatst), die soms door lezers worden opgelost.

Straatpoëzie in het onderwijs

Het tegenkomen van poëzie ‘in het wild’ is een van de manieren waarop de meeste mensen in Nederland het vaakst in aanraking komen met poëzie, bleek uit het onderzoeksrapport Poëzie in Nederland. Straatpoëzie kan daarom een mooie opstap vormen om met poëzie aan de slag te gaan in het onderwijs. Op is een lijst te vinden met lesideeën rond ‘straatpoëzie in de klas’. Ook is er een lijst met leestips over het fenomeen ‘straatpoëzie’ gepubliceerd.


Kila van der Starre hoopt dat er nog veel gedichten worden aangemeld op Niemand weet hoeveel poëzie er in totaal te lezen is in onze openbare ruimte, maar aan de toestroom van aanmeldingen te zien is het einde nog niet bereikt. Ken jij een gedicht in de openbare ruimte dat nog niet op de kaart staat? Aanmelden gaat snel en makkelijk via het online formulier.

Ondersteuning wordt ondersteund door de Universiteit Utrecht en de Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO). Straatpoëzie is een van de zes casussen waar Van der Starre over schrijft in haar proefschrift. De andere casussen zijn poëzie op de radio (Candlelightpoëzie), rond bijzondere gebeurtenissen (poëzie in rouwadvertenties), op lichamen (poëzietatoeages), op gebruiksvoorwerpen (poëzieproducten van Plint) en op social media (Instagrampoëzie). Van der Starres proefschrift wordt in 2019 verwacht.

Noot voor de redactie:

  • De correcte spelling van de url van de site is (zónder umlaut!).
  • De foto en de tekst van het 2000ste gedicht kunnen gedownload worden op de volgende pagina:
  • Voor meer informatie en voor meer rechtenvrije foto’s kan contact worden opgenomen met Kila van der Starre via of 0644432487.
  • Voor meer informatie over het onderzoek van Kila van der Starre over ‘poëzie buiten het boek’, zie
  • Het onderzoeksrapport Poëzie in Nederland, met cijfers over op welke manieren en hoe vaak Nederlandse volwassenen in aanraking komen met poëzie, kan gratis worden gedownload via de volgende link:


Call for Papers – Metamodernism

Conference dates: Thursday 4 and Friday 5 July 2019
Location: Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Organisers: Dr Dennis Kersten (RU), Dr Usha Wilbers (RU) and Prof. Antony Rowland (ManMet)

Deadline abstracts: 1 February 2019

Metamodernism registers how artists across different disciplines have recently responded to the ways in which postmodernism appears increasingly unable to account for recent developments in history and culture. Critics differ, however, in their response to this phenomenon, which can be roughly divided into two main perspectives. Tim Vermeulen and Robin van den Akker – working in the areas of fine art and cultural studies rather than literary criticism – propose that Metamodernism attempts to account for the emergence of a wider “structure of feeling” in the twenty-first century which responds to our historicity, bound up with the aftermaths of 9/11, the financial crash and austerity. David James and Urmila Seshagiri, on the other hand, present Metamodernism as a concept that explains the resurfacing, and reworking, of Modernism in contemporary fiction. This conference seeks to bring together the various strands in this debate by focusing on the question how Metamodernism, in the terminology of Vermeulen, Van den Akker and Alison Gibbons, upcycles “past styles, conventions and techniques.”

We welcome abstracts for presentations about case studies of Metamodernism—in various disciplines, genres and cultural contexts—which explore the way in which they relate to earlier ‘isms’, art movements and aesthetic legacies. We are specifically interested in papers which explicitly address issues of:

  • Interdisciplinary Metamodernism
  • Architecture and Metamodernism
  • Poetry and Metamodernism
  • The resurfacing of Modernism and / in Metamodernism
  • Metamodernism and visual art
  • Metamodern music
  • Metamodernism and the ‘new sincerity’
  • Metamodernism and ‘Up Lit’

We also welcome proposals for joint panels (three papers maximum).

Please send a 250 word proposal, including a brief CV, by 1 February 2019 to: Dennis Kersten: / Usha Wilbers: / Antony Rowland:

Call for papers: Beyond Boundaries. Authorship and Readership in Life Writing

A two-day conference held at Tilburg University, the Netherlands
24 and 25 October 2019

In ‘The Limits of Life Writing’ David McCooey (2017) argues that in life-writing studies, the concept of limits or boundaries plays a central role. Since the rise of auto/biography studies in the 1970s and 1980s critical attention has been paid to generic limits and the limits concerning the auto/biographical subject. With respect to the former, discussions have evolved in particular around the boundaries between literary and factual writing, and between verbal, graphic, audio-visual and digital forms of life writing. In regard to the latter, academics since the 1990s have given attention to the expansion of auto/biographical subjects previously marginalized, which has deepened, among other things, the cross-cultural understanding of experience and identity. This expansion of auto/biographical subjects, but also the rise of social media as a medium for life writing have contested the limits of selfhood.

However, some other limits have gone largely unnoticed in life-writing research so far. Two of them will be the center of attention during this conference, one having to do with readership, and the other concerned with authorship. Until now little attention has been paid to the boundaries between life writing for adults on the one hand and life writing for young readers on the other. Crossing these boundaries can provide fruitful debates about how the reader matters and how studying the reception and addressed audiences of life writing is important.

Another issue that has not received much attention in life writing research is the boundary between life writing by adult authors and life narratives by young people. As Douglas and Poletti (2016) argue, the contribution of young writers to life writing has so far been largely overlooked. How do they relate to narratives by adults? How similar or different are the ways in which adult and young writers engage in modes of self-representation? And what is the influence of social media on life writing by young people?

We welcome presentations on authorship and readership in different forms of life writing by adult and young authors, marketed to adult and young readers. To what extent do authors use life writing to put issues of power, voice and agency on the public agenda? How do readers matter in the way authors of life writing address themselves to them? What are the similarities and differences between life writing for an adult audience and for young readers? What aspects define (successful) dual-audience life writing?

As life writing is relevant for academic disciplines such as the humanities and social sciences, in particular children’s literature, literature and culture studies, ethnography, anthropology and philosophy, we look forward to receiving proposals from researchers working in these fields, and to discussing disciplinary boundaries at the conference.

Subthemes are

  • Cultural diversity
  • Transnational life writing
  • Life writing in text and images
  • Offline and online life writing
  • Gender issues in life writing
  • LGTBQ life writing
  • Dual-audience life writing
  • Creating childhoods through life writing

Keynote speakers (confirmed): Prof. dr Anna Poletti (Utrecht University, The Netherlands) and prof. dr Lydia Kokkola (Lulea University, Sweden)

Conference organizers: Prof. dr Helma van Lierop (Tilburg University), Dr Jane McVeigh (University of Roehampton), Dr Monica Soeting (European Journal of Life Writing)

Abstracts consisting of a maximum of 250 words, a title, an indication of the subtheme your abstract fits in best, name, institutional affiliation or status as independent scholar, email address and a short bio of no more than 150 words should be sent before 15 March 2019 to Prof. dr Helma van Lierop at

Call for Papers – InDialog 3

Interpreter Practice, Research and Training: the Impact of Context

ENPSIT is delighted to announce that the international InDialog Conference series will be continuing under its auspices from 2019.

InDialog 3 will be held in Antwerp on 21-22 November 2019 and hosted jointly by the University of Antwerp and KU Leuven Antwerp campus.

Continuing the initiative of the past two conferences in the series, InDialog 3 will deal with dialogue interpreting in its many forms. The conference focuses on the impact of different contexts on the way dialogue interpreting unfolds in practice and how this phenomenon is being researched and addressed in (higher) education and training.


Context is to be understood in a broad sense. Not only does it refer to those dialogue interpreting contexts that may be perceived as the usual suspects, such as institutional health care, legal interpreting and the diverse contexts of public service interpreting more generally. ENPSIT particularly wishes to invite contributions examining dialogue interpreting in other scenarios such as conflict situations, refugee camps, war zones and various other ad hoc interpreting settings. A further aspect will be the potential impact of unusual circumstances on so-called normal working settings and conditions in today’s globalized society. Interpreters are required to deal with the unexpected and cope with a range of challenges as a matter of course. InDialog 3 will provide a forum to examine how we are dealing with these challenges as practitioners, researchers and trainers.

Individual papers, panels and posters

  • Deadline submissions: 01/02/2019
  • Notification of acceptance: 15/03/2019

More info: www.indialog-conference