ESCAS 2023 conference in Almaty. ANNOUNCEMENT OF SELECTION

Dear colleagues,

we have accomplished the selection process that took us longer than expected. We are happy to receive a lot of excellent abstracts and proposals. All participants should have been informed about the result. Due to some problems with our mailbox, several people might not have received the answer. Although we tried to check all e-mails individually, we could have missed somebody. Please, let us know if you haven’t received any reply from our side. Thank you for your understanding, and looking forward to meeting with you in Almaty!

ESCAS 2023 conference in Almaty. DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 31 MARCH 2023!!

ESCAS Board decided to extend the deadline for submissions for the conference to 31 March 2023 allowing more time to consider your participation in the event. We are still accepting and looking forward to your paper/panel/round tables/book launch proposals!!

Please, check further information about the conference.

2023 conference: September 22-24

ESCAS is pleased to announce its 2023 Regional Conference: “Power, people and cultural change in an ever evolving Central Asia” in Almaty (22 – 24 September 2023¨).

2022 conference: June 23-26

ESCAS is pleased to announce that, now that the pandemic seems less of a threat, there will be a regional conference thanks to an agreement partnership with CESS (Central Eurasian Studies Society).

Indeed, CESS will hold its 7th Summer Conference in 2022 at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, jointly with ESCAS.

The conference will take place June 23-26 (on site and in-person).

We do hope that many of our colleagues will not feel discouraged to travel!

In order to increase the attractivity of this CESS-ESCAS joint event, organizers very much support the submission of non-traditional panel proposals, such as book-in-progress panels, author-critic book forums, thematic discussions, and roundtables.

Conference Host

The conference will be hosted by the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED), located in the heart of Tashkent. The University was established in September 1992 and functions under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan. UWED has around 1,500 students, including undergraduate and graduate students. In addition to serving students from Uzbekistan, it also hosts foreign students from around the world.

UWED is a higher educational institution that provides training, retraining and advanced training for specialists and academic staff as well as conducts high-level fundamental and applied research in the following areas: International Economics and Management, International Relations and Political Science, International Public and Private Law, and Guiding and Interpreting. There are presently three academic departments at UWED: international Relations, international Economics and management, and International Law.