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Call for Papers
 
  • We are rapidly approaching the 6 March deadline for submissions for the 8th Biennial Hellenic Observatory PhD Symposium on Contemporary Greece and Cyprus. 
  • The Symposium is an internationally-renowned conference on Greece and Cyprus which places PhD students at the centre of its agenda. 
  • Its main objective is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas between young scholars currently undertaking research on Greece and Cyprus. It provides a unique environment in which PhD students can 'test' their research in front of their brightest peers and some of the world's leading academics in Greek and Cypriot affairs. 
  • This year we will be inaugurating the Prize for Best Paper, which will be awarded to one outstanding student at the end of the Symposium. 
  • We are delighted to announce that our plenary session speakers will be Prof Kevin Featherstone, Eleftherios Venizelos Chair of Contemporary Greek Studies, LSE and Prof Ioannis Papadopoulos, University of Lausanne.
  • We welcome contributions from research students (current and recent) across any field of the Social Sciences and Humanities whose PhD focuses on contemporary Greece and Cyprus. As competition is particularly high, we encourage you not to leave your abstracts to the last minute!
The topics covered in the Symposium include (but are not limited to):
  • Media and Public Perceptions
  • Foreign Policy
  • Public Policy (including welfare, education, and social policies)
  • Economic Policy (including labour market, industrial, and regional policies)
  • Economic Problems and Performance (including macro/micro economics and finance)
  • Greece, Southeast Europe and the European Union (including economic and political cooperation and energy)
  • Migration and Minorities
  • History and Culture
  • State and Society  
Abstracts of 500 words maximum are to be included in the relevant section of the ‘Abstract Submission Form’ which must be completed in full and be submitted by email to Hellenicobservatory.phd@lse.ac.uk.
The subject matter of the e-mail submission should read PhD Symposium Abstract. Abstracts should indicate the academic significance of the topic, relevance of conceptual literature, and analytical structure.
 
‘Abstract’ Submission Deadline
 
The closing date for receipt of the
 
‘Abstract Submission Form’
is 19:00 (UK Time) on 6 March 2017.
 
Regrettably we will be unable to accept any late submissions received after this date. Successful applicants will be notified in March 2017 at which time they will be requested to submit a 2000-2500 words ‘Paper’ by 15 May 2017. The submission of the ‘Paper’ will be subject to the guidelines as outlined in the ‘Paper Submission Guidelines’. The ‘Paper’ is to be submitted by email to Hellenicobservatory.phd@lse.ac.uk. The subject matter of the email submission should read PhD Symposium Paper Submission.
 
The ‘Travel Grant Form’ should also be completed by eligible participants and be submitted together with the ‘Paper’ by 15 May 2017.
 
‘Paper’ Submission Deadline
 
The closing date for the receipt of the ‘Paper Submission’ is 17:00 (UK time) on 15 May 2017.
 
ALL GUIDELINES AND DOCUMENTS CAN BE FOUND ON THE HELLENIC OBSERVATORY WEBSITE.
 
For further information please contact:
 
 
Michael Cottakis 
Hellenic Observatory
Email: Hellenicobservatory.phd@lse.ac.uk
Tel: 0044 (0)20 7955 7720
 

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2017-02-24