[URBANTH-L] CFP: Ethnic Culture as a Transformational and Global Process (Ukraine)

Angela Jancius jancius at ohio.edu
Mon Feb 4 19:04:39 EST 2008

From: Viktor Pylypenko <viktor_pylypenko at yahoo.com>

Department of Ethnology and Local History

Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University plans to conduct an
International scientific-theoretical conference on issues relating to the
development of modern ethnologic ideas

«The development of ethnic culture as a transformational and global 

on September 26-27, 2008

Eight sections are planned:

- the historiographic study of transformation processes in the 20th and 21st 
- debatable problems of ethnogenesis. Complex researches
- the methods and methodology of modern ethnologic science
- migratory processes and adaptations to the culture of foreign environments
- the forming and functioning of subcultures in modern society
- elements of traditional ethnic culture in the modern urbanized environment
- urban anthropology
- processes of transformation in traditional village culture.

Please apply for participation in the conference and send conference papers
(12 pages, 1,5 spacing) by May, 15, 2008 in an electronic and printed 
Papers must have citations at the end of text (not in square handles), 
and keywords in Ukrainian, Russian and English. The organizational committee
preserves the right to select and edit sent materials. According to the 
of the editorial board papers will be published before the beginning of the
conference in the scientific digest which is included in the list of 
editions of VAK of Ukraine (historical disciplines), «Ethnic History of 

Conference participants will be provided with a residence in a hotel on 
own account.  The members of conference organizational committee are Dr.
Irene Kolodyuk and graduate student Volodymyr Hordienko. For more
information please contact: Department of Ethnology and Local History,
Historical faculty, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University,
Volodymyrska st., 60, Kyiv, Ukraine 01033. Tel. (044) 239-33-18
E-mail ethnology at univ.kiev.ua

The Organizational Committee 

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