General Theme: #Romania100: Looking Forward through the Past
Host: Catedra de Relatii Economice Internationale, Academia de Studii Economice, Bucharest
Dates: 26-30 June 2018
Keynote Addresses: Katherine Verdery and Vintilă Mihăilescu
Conference Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizing Committee: Peter Wagner, Margaret Beissinger, Alexandra Ghit, Petru Negura, Delia Popescu, Anca Sincan, Svetlana Suveica, and Rodica Zaharia
Registration: Registration is now closed. For further inquiries, please contact the chair of the organizing committee.
Conference Schedule and Program: The schedule at a glance and conference program are available here. Please note that we Organizing Committee is unable to move around panels and roundtables, or add new activities to our conference programs, unless they have already been approved.
Conference Format: Instructions for chairs, discussants and presenters are available here.
Update: The 2018 conference will be the largest ever organised by the SRS. As many as 435 participants representing 27 countries have confirmed their participation in the Bucharest event. Romanian scholars are the most numerous – 280 (168 from Bucharest, and 112 from outside the capital). We’ll welcome 56 scholars from the USA, 21 from the UK, 13 from Germany, 11 from Hungary, 9 from Canada, 6 each from Ireland and France, 5 from Italy, and 4 from Moldova. Other scholars will come from Bulgaria, Denmark, Austria, Netherlands, Turkey, Belgium, Serbia, Russia, Greece, Sweden, Slovenia, Spain, Georgia, Australia, Spain, as well as China, Japan, and Taiwan. Presenters come from humanities and social sciences, including political science, history, literature, economy, sociology, anthropology, and law. We count 331 university professors, affiliated researchers, archivists and librarians, 89 students, 12 independent scholars, a lawyer, a human rights activist, and a film director.
Useful Information: A list of hotels and restaurants around Piata Romana, as well as some useful information for travellers visiting Bucharest is included here.