General programme (pdf)

Presentations and Round Tables Programme (pdf)

Sections and panels (pdf)

  1. International relations. Regional security. Foreign policy

1.1. Disintegration of disintegration: politics and economy on the post-Soviet space after 2008 (pdf)

1.2. Belarus security: challenges and responses (pdf)

1.3. Propaganda and informational security in the Eastern European region (pdf)

  1. Belarusian society and social sciences

2.1. Event, War, Society (social and philosophical analytics) (pdf)

2.2. Social identity in the communicative space of modern society (pdf)

2.3. Civil society of Belarus in 2016 and the near future (pdf)

2.4. Reform of local government and self-government (pdf)

  1. Economics

3. Belarusian economy: ways out of crisis (pdf)

  1. Gender studies

4. Transformation of gender approach in political and  academic mainstream of the post-socialist countries  (pdf)

  1. Human rights and Intercultural dialogue

5.1. Human rights versus legal tradition: conflict or interaction (pdf)

5.2. The problem of abolition of death penalty in Belarus (pdf)

5.3. Anything new in intercultural dialogue? (pdf)

  1. Education and science

6. Higher education, science and innovations in the post-Soviet countries: on the way to knowledge society (pdf)

  1. History of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania

7.1. The phenomenon of early state on the territory of Belarus in the 13th-15th centuries: alternatives of social evolution (pdf)

7.2. Everyday life of law and law of everyday life: legal culture of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 15th-18th centuries (pdf)

7.3. Identities, narratives and perceptions of the Commonwealth of Both Nations and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (pdf)

  1. 19th-20th century history of Belarus

8.1. Belarus in the Russian Empire: research problems (pdf)

8.2. The Uprising of 1863-1864 in Belarus, Lithuania and Poland (pdf)

8.3. Diplomacy of the Belarusian People’s Republic (1918 — 1925): idea and realisation (pdf)

8.4. Memory of the Holocaust in historical and anthropological perspective (pdf)

8.5. Historical forms of everyday life culture in Belarus in the 20th century (pdf)

  1. Belarusian diaspora and borderland

9. Belarusian diaspora: problems of national identity and cultural memory  (pdf)

  1. Literary Studies and Linguistics

10.1. Belarusian literature: the formation of national canon (pdf)

10.2. Reception and exploration of the classic literary heritage in the educational discourse of Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine (pdf)

10.3. Belarusian literature of the 19th century: problems of attribution, source studies and interpretation (pdf)

10.4. The description of Belarusian regional features, “tutejšaść” (local distinction), “ourness” in the works of foreign and neighbouring literature (pdf)

10.5. Problems of teaching Belarusian language to foreigners (pdf)

10.6. Maksim Bahdanovič: search, findings, study of works (pdf)

10.7. Traditional and modern trends in linguistic Slavic studies (pdf)

10.8. Proper names of Belarus: informational, linguistic-cultural and cognitive studies (pdf)

10.9. Gender aspect of the Belarusian language: modern studies and prospects (pdf)

10.10. Belarusian Bible: issues of an academic translation (pdf)

  1. History of Church and Religious Studies

11.1. Multidenominational Belarus between East and West: religious studies approach (pdf)

11.2. Church Councils: context, authority, polemics, reception (pdf)

  1. Cultural Anthropology and Preservation of Historical and Cultural Heritage

12. Heritage and communities. Heritage as a tool of change (pdf)

  1. Ethnology and traditional culture studies

13.1. Belarusian traditional culture today: evolution and transformation of ritual behaviour (pdf)

13.2. Bagpipes in Europe: history, influences and revival (pdf)

  1. Book culture of Belarus: history and theory

14.1. Bibliological studies and concepts (pdf)

14.2. Christian books of Belarus: history and present (pdf)

14.3. Cyrillic publications in 16th-18th century Vilnius in the book space of Belarus (pdf)

  1. Contemporary Belarusian culture

15.1. Belarusian literature of the 20th – 21st centuries: the change of aesthetic paradigm (pdf)

15.2. Contemporary Belarusian music studies (pdf)

15.3. Transformation of the community: place and time in the Belarusian photography (pdf)

  1. Chernobyl disaster, Belarusian society and Paliessie

16.1. Current problems of preservation of cultural heritage of the Belarusian-Ukrainian Paliessie (pdf)

16.2. History and culture of Western Paliessie (pdf)