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CFP Workshop Current Perspectives in Congo-Research (Human and Social Sciences)

December 20 2013 (10-17h), Brussels 

CongoResearchNetwork invites young and seasoned scholars to participate in a workshop aimed at building formal and informal bridges between researchers in the human and social sciences working 
on the DRC. 

The workshop will offer an opportunity to doctoral and postdoctoral 
researchers from any of the human and social sciences (linguistics, 
archeology, history, theology, psychology, anthropology, political 
relations, communication studies, history of art, literature, etc.) to 
present their material and to get feedback from more experienced 
Congo-scholars.

 

We are inviting abstracts (max. 250 words) before 15 November 2013. 

Please send the abstracts to Drs Benoit Henriet (benoit….@fusl.ac.be) <mailto:benoit….@fusl.ac.be> 

Presentations will take 20 min per paper and are followed by a discussion of 10 min. 

L’atelier est bilingue – les papiers peuvent être présentés en français ou en anglais – et si il y a des gens le souhaitent, il est toujours possible de présenter en latin ou en esperanto, on ne peut pas garantir des dialogues et echanges de qualité! 

Cette journée d’études n’est pas destinée qu’aux “jeunes” chercheurs, tous sont les bienvenus, il est essentiellement question de faire un état de la recherche actuelle sur le Congo et de faciliter les échanges entre individus, disciplines et institutions.

 

 

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The Congo Research Network (CRN) is a community of researchers working on DR Congo and its diaspora across the Humanities

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