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NRCe 2013 : Conference 400 years of Dutch-Russian Relations


When May 7, 2013 - May 9, 2013
Where Groningen
Submission Deadline Dec 1, 2012
Categories    russia   the netherlands   international relations   soviet-union

Call For Papers

In 2013 the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of the Netherlands will celebrate their long history of friendly mutual relations in the bi-lateral “Netherlands-Russia Year”, organizing business, cultural and scientific activities during the year.

The Netherlands-Russia Centre and the Centre for Russian Studies, both connected to the University of Groningen, will organize a scientific conference focusing on various aspects of the long history of relations between both countries on May 7th – 9th 2013 in Groningen. A great
number of participants already have agreed make a contribution to the conference, discussing various aspects of the Dutch-Russian relations: business and economic ties, political and diplomatic aspects, cartographic history and other cultural bonds between the countries are all subject of discussion.

Participation to the conference is open to all scholars interested in Dutch-Russian relations. Proposals for a lecture and corresponding article are welcomed. Contributions can be either made in English or Dutch, although at least passive comprehension of Dutch is required to
participate in the conference. Please contact Mr. Nicolaas A. Kraft van Ermel (; +31 50 363 7820), with your proposals before December 1st 2012.

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