FIFTEEN YEARS OF ACHIEVEMENTS:
Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of IRAN AND THE CAUCASUS
July 1-2, 2011
For more than a decade Iran and the Caucasus has served as a common ground for sharing thoughts and expressing ideas, mentioning points and raising questions. The Journal has become one of the basic forums, where academics from all over the world can discuss topics covering the diverse fields from History, Anthropology and Political Science to Religion Studies, Literature and Linguistics. Iran and the Caucasus is one of the top-rated among peer-reviewed academic periodicals, for which we are indebted to all our contributors, as well as the whole Journal’s staff and the BRILL Academic Publishers. We have decided to celebrate our common success with a workshop dedicated to the 15th anniversary of our Journal.
The workshop is planned on July 1-2, 2011.
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The conference participation fee is 70 Euros and reduced rate of 35 Euros for postgraduate students. Members of the Editorial and Advisory Boards of Iran and the Caucasus will pay no participation fee.
3 coffee breaks will be possible during the conference days. For the first and the last days of the conference respective banquets will be given for the participants free of charge.
Publishers and individuals are invited to present their books during the days of the conference. A special place in the conference building will be provided for this exhibition. For more information please contact the organizers.
At the end of each conference day a small excursion will be organised for the participants. It is planned to visit Ejmiatsin and the pagan temple of Garni.