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Conferences in Central Eastern Europe and Balkan countries

The Conference page of the Portal on Central Eastern and Balkan Europe (PECOB) presents information on upcoming academic conferences. These conferences take place or deal with Central Eastern and Balkan Europe in a variety of disciplines: political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, language and literature. PECOB provides infromation on the program, participants and location of a conference to scholars, students and every one who is interested in participating.
Upcoming conferences, whose details are provided in the links below, will be discussing issues such as the condition of minorities, romanian studies, anthropology. Moreover, a PhD symposium on Southeast Europe is organized by some of the most important British research centers in London. Many conferences will focus on post-communist studies.

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