27 January 2013

CONFERENCE: International Symposium on Comparative Sciences (Sofia, 8-11 October 2013)

What: International Symposium on Comparative Sciences (Bulgarian Comparative Education Society). First Call for abstracts, full papers, and roundtables
Where: Sofia, Bulgaria
When: 8-11 October 2013

An International Symposium on Comparative Sciences will be organized by the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society and held in Sofia, Bulgaria, 8 - 11 October 2013. This will be a forum where different comparative sciences can meet and discuss problems of common interest.

Scholars from the following sciences are invited: Comparative Education, Comparative Psychology, Comparative Sociology, Comparative Religion, Comparative Linguistics, Comparative Literature, Comparative Civilization Studies, Comparative Mythology, Comparative Anthropology, Comparative Law, Comparative History, Comparative Labour Studies.

The aims of the Symposium are to:
- achieve and foster common understanding in methodologies across comparative sciences;
- develop linkages with comparative educationists, sociologists, psychologists, historians, linguists and representatives of other comparative sciences;
encourage the use of comparative approaches in academic teaching and research.

This will be the Symposium Inaugural Session. The plan is to establish it as a standing forum with regular sessions.

Section 6 will be devoted to comparative law: 
Section Chair: Prof. Dr. Katharina Boele-WoelkiUtrecht University, Netherlands,

For more information please visit the Symposium website:

Participants are invited to submit:
1) abstracts of papers to be presented at the Symposium;
2) full papers to be considered for publication.

- Abstract submission deadline:
20 May 2013
- Abstract acceptance notification:
30 May 2013
- Full paper submission deadline:
15 August 2013

Symposium Chair
Prof. Dr.habil. Nikolay Popov
BCES Chairperson
tel: (+359) 8983 111 98
fax: (+359 2) 944 98 47

Assistant Symposium Chair
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Klara Skubic Ermenc

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