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1–3.10: General program (grid)

1.10, 10.00-13.00: Plenary session

2.10, 17.00–19.00: Presentations and round tables

1–3.10: Sections and panels:


1. Section. International relations. Regional security. Foreign policy

1.1. Panel.  International relations. Foreign policy

1.2. Panel. Belarusian foreign policy: challenges and opportunities

2. Section.  Politics. Political institutions

2.1. Panel.  Awakening of Belarus? Understanding the 2020 protests

2.2. Panel.  Public administration: current status and prospects for development

2.3. Panel.  Politics and political institutions

3. Section.  Society and public institutions

3.1. Panel.  Studies of the civil society of Belarus

3.2. Panel.  “Right to the City,” communication and local communities

3.3. Panel.  Belarusian national identity: modern transformations

3.4. Panel.  Landscape of memory in the urban space: from the monument to Lenin to the "Maidan" and "Square of Change"

3.5. Panel.  Communal property, joint ownership of local communities and self-government: before, now, in the future


4. Section.  Economics and economic policy


5. Section.  Gender Studies

5.1. Panel.  Women, work and economics in the context of COVID-19

Section is moved to the Congress of 2022

6. Section.  Media research

6.1. Panel.  Media research for a restored society

7. Section.  Education and science

7.1. Panel.  Education as a factor in the formation of human capital 

7.2. Panel.  Digital transformations in learning 

7.3. Panel.  Gamification and gaming technology: applications in HR, business, education, leisure and marketing  


8. Section.  History of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania

8.1. Panel.  The Grand Duchy of Lithuania of the 14th-16th centuries and the problem of composite monarchies in medieval and early modern Europe

8.2. Panel.  Parliamentarism in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 16th-18th centuries.

8.3. Panel.  History and anthropology of food in the lands of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania

8.4. Panel.  Kyiv metropolitanate: centers and borders in the XIII-XVII centuries.

8.5. Panel.  Book migration in the Russian lands of the Commonwealth in the XVI-XVIII centuries.  

9. Section.  History of the XX-XXI centuries

9.1. Panel.  Cross History of Revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe (1917-1923)

9.2. Panel.  Riga Peace Treaty and Belarusian Emigration, 1921–1939

9.3. Panel.  Informal social and cultural practices in the BSSR in the 1950s and 1980s.

9.4. Panel.  Belarusian abroad: comprehension of historical experience and current state

9.5. Panel.  Europe as a theater of war

9.6. Panel.  Current state and prospects of Belarusian historical science

9.7. Panel.  Poland and Poles in the historical destiny of Belarus, the 19th and the 21st centuries.

9.8. Panel. History of Belarusian-Latvian relations

10. Section.  Literary Studies and Linguistics

10.1. Panel.  Literature as a form of protest in Belarus

10.2. Panel.  Belarusian literature in the world: translation as a gesture of solidarity

10.3. Panel.  Belarusian vector in linguistic practices of Ukrainian linguists

10.4. Panel.  Regional discourses of modern Belarusian literature

10.5. Panel.  Frontier consciousness, frontier in consciousness: a literary realization of the problem

10.6. Panel.  Belarusian Glottodidactics: Problems of Teaching Belarusian as a Foreign Language in the Context of Cultures

10.7. Panel.  Scientific translation of the Bible into Belarusian: modern approaches

11. Section.  Historical and cultural heritage

11.1. Panel.  Protection of architectural monuments of Belarus: conflicts and search for common paths

11.2. Panel.  Necropolis of Belarus

11.3. Panel.  Jews and the Jewish heritage of Belarus after the Holocaust

11.4. Panel.  Historical and cultural heritage of the Belarusian-Ukrainian border: problems of preservation, translation and interpretation (to the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster)

12. Section.  Culture and cultural studies

12.1. Panel.  Contemporary art of Belarus in public spaces of change

12.2. Panel.  Mythmaking: Constructs and Concepts of the New Age

12.3. Panel.  The city as a medium: visual dimensions and modes

12.4. Panel.  Antiquity in the Belarusian edition

12.5. Panel.  Museum curator: features and problems of organization of expositions in museums and galleries

12.6. Panel.  No politics without aesthetics!

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