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EDERA 2023 : DEADLINE EXTENDED - CFP: Romanian American Negotiations in Education, Science Culture and Arts


When Jun 15, 2023 - Jun 16, 2023
Where Online
Abstract Registration Due Apr 20, 2023
Submission Deadline May 15, 2023
Notification Due Jun 4, 2023
Final Version Due Jun 15, 2023
Categories    cultural negotiations   cultural studies   cultural history   interdisciplinarity

Call For Papers

Proiect/Project PN-III-P4-PCE-2021-0688
EDERA The Ethos of Dialogue and Education: Romanian - American Cultural Negotiations (1920-1940) / Etosul educației și dialogului: Negocieri culturale româno-americane (1920-1940)
Unitatea Executivă pentru Finanțarea Învățământului Superior, a Cercetării, Dezvoltării și Inovării – UEFISCDI, Consiliul Național al Cercetării Științifice (CNCS), Ministerul Educației Naționale

Negocierile româno-americane în educație, știință, cultură și artă
Romanian American Negotiations in Education, Science Culture and Arts

Wilson was treading a very fine line, where there were genuine and legitimate conflicting interests. He said he thought America would be first, not in the selfish spirit, but first to be in Europe to help whichever side won. Not to take sides, but to be there to promote justice and to help rebuild after the conflict.
Sarah Churchwell, Smithsonian Magazine (2018)
The "Gheorghe Șincai" Research Institute for Social Sciences and the Humanities of the Romanian Academy, Târgu Mureș invites you to participate in the International Conference Romanian American Negotiations in Education, Science Culture and Arts, which will be held online on 15-16 June 2023. The conference is organized in the frame of the project PN-III-P4-PCE-2021-0688, with the title "The Ethos of Dialogue and Education: Romanian - American Cultural Negotiations (1920-1940)" financed by UEFISCDI - CNCS. The project focuses on defining, researching and analyzing the multivalent cultural and educational negotiations between Romania and the United States and their implications for interwar political and diplomatic relations.
The purpose of the Conference is to identify, analyze and apply the concept of negotiation in the educational, cultural, identity, religious, artistic or gender fields, to highlight their effects and implications on Romanian-American relations. The theme is topical in the current context of the escalation of international political-military conflicts, unexpectedly leading to the creation or consolidation of new opportunities for natural communication and collaboration in the academic, cultural, artistic and scientific fields, including between Romania and the United States. The conference is an invitation to intercultural and international communication and openness in the context of Romanian-American relations. Interdisciplinary and intercultural, comparative and multiperspectival, national and international methodological approaches are favored.
Topics will include:
• Romanian-American intellectual, scientific and cultural itineraries. Foundations, scholarships, academic exchanges, humanitarian organizations.
• Romanian-American cultural and artistic negotiations, personalities, programs, events, organizations, collaborations.
• American cultural, identity and gender models in Romania.
• Mobilities, cultural transfers, mutual representations.
• Romanian-American inter-religious relations. Political and identity implications.
• Ideas, ideologies, policies transfers between Romania and the United States.
• Romanian academic, cultural, artistic contributions in the United States. Personalities, literary and artistic movements.
• Continuity and discontinuity in Romanian-American relations from the birth of Greater Romania until today.
Submission Procedure:
• The papers will be presented in Romanian and in English.
• We are looking forward to receiving your proposals for:
o Individual presentations, up to 20 minutes.
 Presentation’s abstract, up to 300 words.
 A short bio, up to 300 words.
o Panels, up to 4 participants and a moderator.
 The panel theme’s presentation, up to 150 words.
 Presentations abstracts, up to 300 words
 A short bio for each participant, up to 300 words and contact information.
o Roundtables, up to 4 participants and a moderator.
 The roundtable theme’s presentation, up to 300 words.
 A short bio for each participant, up to 300 words and contact information.
Important Deadlines:
• Proposal submission: 20 April 2023.
• Confirmation of Participation: 15 May 2023.
• Final conference program: 4 June 2023.
• The Conference: 15-16 June 2023.
• EDERA Project Director: Prof.Dr. Cornel Sigmirean.
• Dr. Anca Șincan (until 1 April 2023), Dr. Sonia D. Andraș, Dr. Roxana Mihaly.
For more information we kindly ask you to contact:
• EDERA Email:
• Links: ICSU Tg. Mureș Main Web page, Blog, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube.

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