16 January at 19:22 ·The Hungary in Medieval Europe Research Group at the Department of History, University of Debrecen, the Centre for the History of Society and Culture (CHSC) of the University of Coimbra and the Histoire et Cultures de l’Antiquité et du Moyen Âge (HiscAnt-MA) Laboratoire of the University of Lorraine are pleased to announce that the interdisciplinary conference on Mercenaries and Crusaders (1202-1480s) will take place June 22–24 2022, at the University of Debrecen, Hungary.We extended the deadline for submission of sessions and papers until the end of January.Please find the Call for papers attached as well as at the conference website: https://mercenariesandcrusaders.com/?page_id=51All interested lecturers, researchers, independent scholars and PhD-students are invited to submit an abstract on our website using the conference abstract template: https://mercenariesandcrusaders.com/ .
In the light of further developments of the pandemic and travel restrictions, we might consider applications for online participation, and make the conference a hybrid one. There is no registration fee, the organizers will provide accommodation, light lunch and coffee breaks between the conference sessions. The organization board will consider to cover the air/rail travel costs for some of the sessions chairs or key-note speakers.
CONTACT Attila Bárány Professor in History, Head, Doctoral School of History and Ethnography, Chair, Department of Medieval and Early Modern Hungarian History, Institute of History Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary Email: email@example.com at@wa_contact_32626203
Conference email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The working languages of the conference are English, French and German.
All panel and individual paper proposals will be examined by an international advisory board that will be appointed by the three institutions (Debrecen, Nancy, and Coimbra). The selection process is double blind, following the established academic practice for peer review. The Organising Committee will announce the results of the selection process by 31 January 2022.
The Organising Committee
Prof. Attila Bárány (Debrecen)
Prof. José Pedro Paiva (Coimbra)
Prof. Guy Vottéro (Nancy)
Tamás Ölbei (Nancy-Debrecen)
Joao Nisa (Coimbra)