We hereby have the pleasure to invite you to the international conference aimed at wide range of researchers, e.g. from Ph.D. Candidates to Professors, giving each of them an opportunity to exchange knowledge or start new research projects.
The focus of the conference is “transfer”, which best explains the changes Baltic Sea region has undergone from VIII to XVII centuries.
Presentations & Conference proceedings are divided into 4 main groups:
1. Transfer of People: Settlement process, Trade, Logistics, Diplomacy
2. Transfer of Ideas: Law, Tradition & Customs, Political Concepts
3. Transfer of Technology: Land & Maritime Craft, Agriculture, Medicine
4. Transfer of Religion: Dispersion of pagan beliefs; Christianization process
Note: If you do not find any of the areas suitable for you and you have a group of researchers active on the same filed of interest a “Separate, Specifically Tailored Panel” can be organized for your group.
Place: Gdańsk – Old Town, Poland
The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk
Tokarska 21, Gdańsk 80-888, Poland
Sponsors: University of Gdańsk, Gdańsk University of Technology
Date: 10th – 13th September 2014 (note: date may change slightly!)
Abstracts: Abstracts (max 700 signs with spaces) should be sent till 12th January 2014.
Application Form: Please type your Scientific Title, Full name & surname, University or Institution. Alternatively please send www.academia.edu link. Further information will be passed to participants in early March 2014.
Presentations: Max. 20 minutes
Proceedings: Max. 12 pages, with summary, scientific apparatus & bibliography should be sent till 15th October 2014 A.D.
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