Registration is now open
We are very glad to announce you that registration to the First International Conference is now open. You can follow the registration procedure starting from here.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS EXTENDED TO 10 MARCH
We are pleased to announce that the Call for abstracts for the First International Conference of the Journal “Scuola Democratica” has received more than 520 submissions. Given this huge success, the deadline for submissions is extended to March 10, 2019.
Conference draft program
Call for abstracts is now open!
The Call for abstracts of the First International Conference of the Journal “Scuola Democratica” is now officially open.
Thanks to the full and enriching cooperation with our Convenors partners, we have managed to collect 70 valuable track sessions spanning a wide range of relevant thematic streams: politics, diversity, practices, evaluation, digitalization, work, governance, values. All calls for abstracts for the track sessions can be found here: http://www.scuolademocratica-conference.net/call-for-abstracts.
Submissions can be made *only* via the online platform, after thoroughly reading the guidelines. Abstracts have to be submitted by February 28, 2019 (check Important Dates).
Alessandro Cavalli and Loredana Sciolla will join the conference as keynote speakers
We are very proud to announce professors Alessandro Cavalli (University of Pavia, Department of Political Science) and Loredana Sciolla (University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society) as keynote speakers for the First International Conference of «Scuola Democratica» Journal.
Please explore the keynote speakers page (http://www.scuolademocratica-conference.net/keynote-speakers/) and feel free to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
Annette Lareau will be one of our keynotes!
We are delighted to inform you all that Professor Annette Lareau will join the Conference as one of our keynote speakers (please see the keynotes page: http://www.scuolademocratica-conference.net/keynote-speakers/). Professor Annette Lareau is Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.
Tracks submissions are now closed
Tracks submissions are now closed. We would like to thank all submitters for their valuable contributions, on whose acceptance they will receive news as soon as possible. As you can see in the Dates page, the call for abstract will be published on November 15, along with detailed guidelines for submission.
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