The Turkish Social Sciences Association and the Middle East Technical University (METU) are pleased to invite you to the Fourth WOCMES - the most important global event in Middle East studies in 2014. More than 2000 interdisciplinary experts from all branches of the humanities, social sciences and related disciplines will participate in this outstanding conference.
The World Congress seeks to address questions, exchange and explore information on the Middle East in the broadest sense. Scholars, researchers, experts and students engaged in the study of the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia are invited to submit their proposals for panels, papers, roundtables, posters and cultural activities for the Fourth World Congress.
The principal themes are: Ancient Middle East; Historical Approaches; Islam in Past and Present; Christian and Biblical Studies; Urban Studies and Space; Water and the Environment; Economics of the Middle East; Politics of the Middle East; Women and Gender Studies; Normative Phenomena and Legal Research; Migration Studies; Media and Cultural Studies; Linguistics and Literature; and Nationality, Identities and Ethnicity. Panels and papers that do not fall within the boundaries of these themes are of course welcome.
Individuals who wish to attend WOCMES 2014 are expected to submit their abstracts by 31 January 2014. All submission should be done via http://www.wocmes2014.org. For additional questions related to the organization of WOCMES please contact email@example.com.
TURKISH SOCIAL SCIENCES ASSOCIATION
Aziziye Mah. Hosdere Cad. Hava Sk. 25/1,
06540 Cankaya - Ankara / TURKEY
Phone: +90 312 441 45 24;
Fax: +90 312 441 45 96
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