We accept applications from specialists in history and theory of visual arts and architecture as well as from Ph.D. and post-graduate students of this field.
The subjects of papers may relate to any aspects of theory and history of art from Antiquity to Modern times.
The dates of the conference and the deadline for the submission of applications are announced every year on the official website.
Since 2015 the applications are accepted online.
To submit an application, please first make a personal account at Registration, entering some personal data. These will remain at your Personal account available all the time. You can make changes there if necessary.
As soon as you get your login and password you can start filling in your application form at Registration. You will be asked to enter some more information in the form, as well as to print your abstract (2000-3500 characters) and to upload the recommendation letter which is necessary for the Ph.D. and post-graduate students.
The recommendation letter can be either sent directly by the applicant’s academic supervisor from his/her email to the email of the Organizing committee email@example.com (with the subject line “For the conference”) or printed and signed on paper. In the latter case it is the applicant who should scan the letter and upload it together with his/her application form.
As soon as the application form is submitted, you will receive a notification at your email address.
It will not be possible to submit the application after the deadline (25 May, 2016).
How to make an abstract
The title of your talk should be informative i.e. reflect the contents of your research.
The abstract is a concise exposition of the paper’s contents. It should present the results of an original scholarly research and show clearly the contribution made by the author in resolving a certain problem.
It is recommended to describe the object and objectives of your research, the particular problems you are facing, the methods you use to solve them and the results you have attained. You can either follow the structure of your paper’s text, or present different parts of your research in different order.
Please, keep in mind that it is judging by the quality of the abstracts that the Organizing committee will select papers to be presented at the conference and group them according to certain sections.
The abstracts will be published shortly before the conference. The best papers will be included into the collection of articles which we usually publish within a year after the conference.
For whatever questions please write at: firstname.lastname@example.org (with the subject line “For the conference”).
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