Call for sessions and papers
The call for papers and organized sessions (90 minutes with 3 or 4 presentations) along these guidelines will be open from Dec. 15, 2018 until April 15, 2019.
Instructions for organizing a session
Authors are invited to submit their proposals for workshops, round tables and special sessions. The proposal should contain the title, abstract, author name(s), affiliation(s) and email address(es) of all speakers. All sessions will be reviewed by the CAT-ference organizing committee before being accepted for the conference. We will confirm acceptance of sessions by e-mail. Please send your proposals to Organisation committee e-mail address: email@example.com.
Instructions for submitting a paper
Authors are invited to submit their abstracts. The number of abstracts per author is limited on two. Submission must include the presentation title, abstract (no more than 300 words, Times New Roman, 11pt), 3-4 keywords, home institution and affiliated department(s), and co-authors. After abstract evaluation, coordinators will have the chance to transfer papers between sessions where applicable. Abstracts must be submitted in online registration form, see below. Abstracts will be reviewed by Organizing Committee and acceptance will be notified by 22nd of April 2019. The abstract has to be written in English.
CAT-ference 2019 session proposalsTemporary list of proposals:
- (Re-) Thinking European Memorials of Revolution download
- Foreign Direct Investment in the Successor States of Yugoslavia: A Comparative Economic Geography 25 Years Later download
- ‘When shrinking is the rule, not the exception’ – Post-socialist shrinking cities download
- Geographicity of mobilities. A more holistic perspective on people on the move download
- Smart post-socialist city: Approaches and tools for urban development download
- Large Housing Estates after Privatization download
- Climate Change and ‘Cities after Transition’ download
- Divided/contested cities in Eurasia download
- Renewable energy potentials in post-socialist cities & urban environments download
- Liminal post-socialist cultural landscapes? Persistent ambiguity of spatial symbols thirty years on download
- Urban geopolitics, individual resistance, and the everyday: Evidence from postsocialism and beyond download
- The Global East in the global geopolitics of knowledge: views from between North and South download
- Mobility and post-socialist urban governance download