Mokslinė konferencija „Iliuzijos Vakarų ir Rytų kultūrų kontekste“
Lietuvos humanistinės psichologijos asociacijos (LHPA) ir Vilniaus universiteto Orientalistikos centro organizuota bendra konferencija
Konferencijos data – 2017 m. sausio 14 d.
Vieta: Vilniaus universiteto Orientalistikos centras (Universiteto 5).
Prof. Audrius Beinorius, mob. tel. 8-681-69000, el. p. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rimvydas Budrys, mob. tel. 8-683-10031, el. p. email@example.com
Daugiau informacijos apie konferenciją:
LHPA video įrašai
Conference of EACP “Thinking Across the Borders: Philosophy and China” 2016
The Centre of Oriental Studies at Vilnius University and European Association for Chinese Philosophy (EACP) invites scholars with interest in problems concerning Chinese philosophy and philosophy in China to submit proposals for individual papers or panels, or to register as non-presenters at the Inaugural Biennial Conference of EACP “Thinking Across the Borders: Philosophy and China”, which will be held June 9-11, 2016 at Vilnius University, Lithuania.
Both philosophy and Chinese civilization offer wide horizons for those who attempt to understand human condition in its universal, and also in its various particular modes.
Participants are invited to submit their proposals (individual papers and panels) in an online form.
Individual paper and panel proposals for the conference should be submitted by January 10, 2016
Student paper abstracts for Young Scholar Award should be submitted by January 10, 2016
Download Call for papers. pdf
Conference website: http://www.oc.vu.lt/en/eacp2016
The Second Baltic Alliance for Asian Studies (BAAS) Conference 2016
Venue: University of Tartu, Estonia
Date: April 7–9th (Thu.-Sat.), 2016
Venue: University of Tartu, Estonia
Date: April 7–9, 2016
The second BAAS conference will be held at the University of Tartu and organized by the Centre for Oriental Studies. The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars from the Baltic countries and outside for presentation and discussion of various aspects of Asian, Middle Eastern and African cultures and societies.
The organizers invite panels and individual papers from various fields of Oriental studies based on original research in specific subjects. (Note: the panelists and presenters must be at least MA holders.) As a special part of the conference, poster presentations by students (MA students and PhD candidates) is planned.
3rd International Scientific Conference of the Lithuanian Society for the Study of Religions 2015
LIFE HERE AND HEREAFTER: BELIEFS AND PRACTICES
23–24 October, 2015
Vilnius University and Vytautas Magnus University
This conference addresses the topic of life here and hereafter and focuses on beliefs and practices of diverse origins, their formation, spread and expressions. It also focuses on the past and current representations of the phenomenon in specific regions and worldwide, discussing its diverse manifestations and changes concerning institutional and individual religiosities on (trans)national and (trans)regional levels.
The 3rd Conference of the Lithuanian Society for the Study of Religions Life Here and Hereafter: Beliefs and Practices will be held on October 23–24, 2015 at Vilnius University, Vilnius. We welcome scholars from religious studies, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, psychology, political science, and other disciplines to contribute to historical and contemporary studies of the role and manifestations of the phenomenon of life here and hereafter, in this way enriching its academic understandings.
International conference „Orientalism, Colonial Thinking and the Former Soviet Periphery“ 2015
Exploring Bias and Stereotype Representations of Eastern and Central Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia
Vilnius University, August 27-29, 2015
Programme of Conference pdf
Baltic Alliance for Asian Studies Vilnius Conference 2014
Centre of Oriental Studies, Vilnius University
3–4 April, 2014
Conference webpage [https://baasconference2014.wordpress.com/]
On 3–4 April, 2014, the first conference of the Baltic Alliance for Asian Studies (BAAS) was held at the Centre of Oriental Studies, Vilnius University. Scholars from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Armenia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the United Kingdom, the Unites States, gathered under 10 panels, presented 50 papers including two keynote addresses by the former Rector of Tallinn University professor Rein Raud representing the University of Helsinki, and professor Viktoria Lysenko from the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences.
The second Baltic Alliance for Asian Studies conference will be hosted by Tartu University in 2016.