For the detailed programme of the Budapest CATference, please click HERE.
In addition to conference sessions (with paper presentations), we kindly draw your attention to the following events as well:
Voices and power: On writing diversity into excellence, in English
IJURR editor’s talk with Joanna Kusiak
28 June, Tuesday, 15:40-16:40, Room 5 – for the flyer, please click HERE.
Maximising your impact through publications while “resisting” the system
A “Scopus diaries” training by Abel Polese
29 June, Wednesday, 15:20-16:50, Room 1 – for the flyer, please click HERE.
Author meets critics
Matthias Bernt: The commodification gap. Gentrification and public policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg
29 June, Wednesday, 15:20-16:50, Room 2 – for the flyer, please click HERE.
girls can scan: Tripping on modernist monuments – Ukraine, Moldova, and Romania
Throughout the entire duration of the conference, installed in front of the lecture rooms – for the flyer, please click HERE.