2014 Conference on Baltic and Scandinavian Studies
at Yale University
Conference email address: Baltic.Scandinavian@yale.edu
You are NOT required to be a member of AABS or SASS to submit a proposal. Membership is required for presenters of accepted papers.
Each person can submit a maximum of two proposals, and only one of each type.
Only complete proposals will be considered.
All presenters must appear at the conference in person to deliver their presentations.
Please check back for updated participant information.
Founded in 1968, the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS) is an academic non-profit organization that brings together scholars and others interested in the peoples and lands of the Baltic region. The organization:
1. Promotes research and education in Baltic Studies by sponsoring meetings and conferences, supporting publications, sustaining a program of scholarships, grants, and prizes, and disseminating news of current interest in Baltic Studies.
2. Helps build connections among a global group of scholars and others interested in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and their neighbors. Our members come from North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
3. Publishes a quarterly journal, the Journal of Baltic Studies and an annual newsletter.
4. Has been a constituent member of the American Council of Learned Societies since 1991.
Membership in the AABS is open to anyone wishing to support the scholarly purposes of the Association. AABS members receive a subscription to the quarterly Journal of Baltic Studies, reduced registration fees at select AABS conferences, and an annual newsletter of the association’s activities.
To join AABS, please visit http://depts.washington.edu/aabs/membership.html
You may also find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aabs.baltic.studies
SASS is an association of scholars and others interested in the cultures of the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Founded in 1911, the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study has as its objectives:
1. The promotion of Scandinavian study and instruction in America;
2. The encouragement of original research in this country in the fields of Scandinavian languages, literatures, history, culture, and society and the publication of the results of such research in the quarterly journal Scandinavian Studies;
3. The fostering of closer relations between persons interested in Scandinavian studies in North America and elsewhere.
SASS members receive Scandinavian Studies and SASS News & Notes and are invited to participate in the annual meetings of the Society. As the meeting approaches, information regarding the annual meetings can be found in the pertinent issue of News and Notes.