Doctoral students of Humanities and Social Sciences Programmes studying at Latvian and foreign universities are invited to participate in the scientific conference Young Researchers' Day on May 21, 2021.
The conference is organized by the UL Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art in cooperation with the UL Faculty of Humanities with the support of the VPP project “Digital Resources of Humanities: Integration and Development” (Nr. VPP-IZM-DH-2020/1-0001).
Applications must be submitted electronically by April 20, 2021 – https://ej.uz/jauno-petnieku-diena.
The aims of the conference are to promote the academic growth of young researchers, to support mutual networking and solidarity, as well as to find an opportunity to get acquainted with the activities of other doctoral students, the topics, methodology and problems of doctoral theses. For these reasons, there is no single theme for conference presentations. The conference organizers want to create a space for free exchange of ideas among doctoral students, to support research novelties and creativity, while emphasizing and maintaining the quality of scientific content and academic discussions.
The expected duration of a presentation is 15 minutes, the content should include and reveal an important aspect or problem of the research. After the presentation, a 10-minute discussion is planned. The conference will take place on the Zoom platform.
Individual reports can be submitted to the conference. The application must include speaker's name, the topic of the presentation, the outline of the research (up to 1,500 characters), their affiliation or educational institution and email address.
Working language: Latvian.
Applications must be submitted electronically by April 20, 2021 – https://ej.uz/jauno-petnieku-diena. Announcements about the inclusion of the presenation in the conference programme will be sent by May 1, 2021.
The conference is organized by the Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art of the University of Latvia
with the support of the project “Digital Resources of Humanities: Integration and Development” (Nr. VPP-IZM-DH-2020/1-0001)
and in cooperation with the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Latvia