The NationalAcademy of Sciences of Ukraine
M. S. Hrushevs’ky Institute of Ukrainian Archaeography and Source Studies
18th November 2014
TheInternational Scientific Slavisticreadings
dedicated to the memory of Corresponding Member of NAS of Ukraine, Doctor of History, Professor Paul Sokhan
Main working sections:
I. The life and work of P. Sokhan
II. Research on scientific and archival heritage of P. Sokhan
III. Source studies and problems of Archaeography of Slavic Studies
III. 1. Ukrainian sources on the history of Slavic countries
III. 2. Foreign sources of Slavic Studies
III. 3. Slavic Source Studies on the history of Ukraine
IV. Research of the history and culture of Slavic countries
V. Biographical studies
V. 1. Prominent Slavic scholars
V. 2. Historical figures in the history of Slavs
VI. Bibliography of Slavic Studies
Working languages: Ukrainian, Crimean Tatar, English.
You are invited to participate in the International Scientific Slavistic readings held in November 18th, 2014 at the M. S. Hrushevs’ky Institute of Ukrainian Archaeography and Source Studies of NAS of Ukraine (01001, Ukraine, Kyiv, str. Tryokhsvyatytelska 4, Hall of the Academic Council). There is the possibility of distance participation in conference.
Travel, accommodation and food are at the expense of participants.
Registration fee – 150 USD.
Application with indication of the topics, information about the author (full name, degree, title, position and place of work), and contact details should be sent before November 1st, 2014 to the following address:
Інститут української археографії та джерелознавства ім. М. С. Грушевського
НАН України, вул. Трьохсвятительська, 4, м. Київ, 01001, Ukraine,
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Materials of the Conference will be published as research papers. Deadline for submitting articles isJanuary 1st, 2015. The volume should be up to 20 thousand symbols. The links should be automatic, added in the bottom of the page.
Articles may be written in the following languages: Ukrainian, Crimean Tatar, English, Polish, Belarusian, Czech, Slovak, Bulgarian, Serbian, Croatian and Macedonian.
The article should include the title, author’s name and extended abstracts (about 500 characters) in English and in Ukrainian (if necessary, Ukrainian summary may be made by the editor as a translation of the English). If there are illustrations they should be submitted electronically with the minimum resolution of 300 dpi.