The Sixth CiCe European Conference: The Experience of Citizenship (Sixth CiCe Conferenc)

Venue: Uniwersytet Jagiellonski

Location: Krakow, Poland

Event Date/Time: Dec 22, 2003
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 19, 2004
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Conference
Details



Sixth European Conference







The
Experience of Citizenship



20-22
May 2004


Uniwersytet
Jagiellonski

Kraków, Poland







Conference
Aims


Our Conferences are directed
at lecturers and researchers in universities and other higher education institutions
with an interest in our themes.


Themes



  • citizenship in the new
    European states

  • citizenship education
    in the 'new' and the 'old' Europe

  • citizenship experience
    in various age groups

  • citizenship for those
    with special needs


Speakers


Zygmunt
Bauman
is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Leeds and
at the University of Warsaw. He served as Professor of Sociology at Leeds
from 1972 until his retirement in 1990 and was formerly of the University
of Warsaw until 1968 and the University of Tel Aviv. He is known throughout
the world for works such as Legislators and Interpreters (1987), Modernity
and the Holocaust (1989), Modernity and Ambivalence (1991) and Postmodern
Ethics (1993). He is also the author of some 20 other books in English and
of numerous articles and reviews. Professor Bauman has been described variously
as one of the twentieth century's great social theorists and the world's foremost
sociologist of postmodernity. His undeniable success is built not only on
his powers of creative thought and analysis and his superb sociological acumen,
but also on his literary skill as a writer and expositor.


Anne-Marie
van den Dries
(Lic. Business and Consular Sciences and Aggr. HSE) teaches
European Integration and Regional Identity in Europe, Economics and Social
Law in the Business School KATHO-HANTAL, Katholieke Hogeschool Zuid-West-Vlaanderen.
Since 1987 she has been involved in the European Exchange Programmes, and
is currently head of the international office of KATHO and a member of the
steering group for international cooperation of the Council of Flemish Hogescholen,
VLHORA. Her special interests include curriculum development for incoming
students on entrepreneurship, constitutional and social law, sociology and
politics. She publishes regularly on various aspects of internationalisation
in Belgian and international education journals.


Alistair Ross is International Coordinator of CiCe, Director of the Institute for Policy
Studies in Education and Professor of Education at London Metropolitan University,
UK.


Other speakers will be
announced shortly.



Venue


Uniwersytet
Jagiellonski

Kraków, Poland



Conference
Dinner


This will be held on the
last evening of the Conference (Saturday).




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will be added as it comes to hand.


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Additional Information

The Conference will begin at 16.00 on Thursday 20 May and end at 16.00 on Saturday 22 May, with the Conference Dinner to follow at 20.00 in the evening.

The full Conference Fee includes lunches on Friday and Saturday, the Conference Reception on Thursday evening and the Dinner, documentation and a copy of the edited Conference Proceedings when they are published.

Conference Fees

Delegates from CiCe Partner Institutions (2003-2004)

  • Two delegates: no fee
  • All further delegates: ?180 each

(Our budget from SOCRATES allows this level of subsidy to our members only)

Delegates from Institutions applying to join CiCe by 14 February 2004

?180 each

Other Delegates

?300 each

Full-time Research Students

?50 each.    This is a specially reduced rate and does NOT include the Conference Dinner. Research students applying for this rate should note the fact on this booking form and must send a letter from a supervisor or other University authority on official paper certifying their full-time student status.

Payment

Fees will be invoiced upon receipt of the booking form and must be paid in advance of the Conference.

Cancellations made before 14 April will be refunded at 50%. No refunds will be made for cancellations after that date, or for no-shows.

 

Delegates must make their own arrangements for travel and accommodation. A list of hotels will be available nearer to the date from the Cice Central Coordination Unit.