The Institute of History at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków organized a two day conference / seminar devoted to the concepts and ideas put forth in the early modern and modern western thought, which proposed new social, political, but also religious solutions. From the works of Thomas More, Martin Luther to through the French revolutionary, to 19th century utopian socialists, we wish to bring together and discuss the radical, unorthodox thoughts aimed at the reconstruction, reformation and creation of a new world in the contemporary societies.
The conference will be held on 31 May- 1 June 2013 in Kraków, Poland. Language of the conference is English. A reasonable conference fee of 300 Polish złoty (or 75 Euro) will cover conference materials, refreshments, lunches, wine reception and will go towards the publication of conference materials.
Regretfully we cannot help financially with travel and/or accommodation, although we are able to help with logistics of hotel arrangements.
All interested are asked to forward a 250-400 word proposals with a short cv to prof. Jakub Basista (email@example.com) by March 20th.
This call for papers seeks to supplement and broaden an earlier call for papers “Between fiction and reality” and extend the deadline for applications. There is no need to resend your proposal if you had sent one to the earlier call for papers.
Institute of History
31-007 Krakow, Poland Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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