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Research and Scholarship in Integration Processes:
University of Łódź*
19 – 22 June, 2002

Conference Chairs

Prof. dr hab. Elżbieta H. Oleksy

University of Łódź

Prof. dr hab. Bronisław Marciniak

Polish Fulbright Alumni Association


Prof. dr hab. Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk

University of Łódź

Prof. dr hab. Józef Kobos

Medical University of Łódź

Prof. dr hab. Iwona Frydrych

Technical University of Łódź

Dr Adrzej Dakowski

Polish-US Fulbright Commission

Dr Kazimierz Sobotka

Foundation for European Studies – European institute

Conference Secretaries

Stanisław Roszkowski

Jarosław Wojcieszek


The International Conference “Research and Scholarship in Integration Processes: Poland—USA—EU” is organized by the Polish Fulbright Alumni Association, the University of Łódź, Medical University of Łódź, Technical University of Łódź, the Polish-US Fulbright Commission, and the Foundation for European Studies—European Institute.

The aim of the conference is to share and promote experience among scholars and higher education managers and research administrators from Poland, the United States, the European Union, and East Central Europe with a special emphasis on the integration processes in the fields of :

* Arts and Humanities
* Social Science
* Economics
* Medical Science
* Technical Science

Research Management and Administration.

Interdisciplinary papers are most welcome.

The organizers are inviting proposals for entire sessions, panels, and individual papers preferably by electronic submission or one hard copy plus a 3.5 inch double-sided diskette in Word for Windows.

January 31, 2002 to the following address:

INTER 2002
Faculty of International and Political Studies
University of Lodz
Skladowa 41/43
90-127 Lodz
Tel. +42 678 52 38
Fax +42 678 49 16
Email: Inter2002@krysia.uni.lodz.pl

A selection of papers will be published.


Registration fee:
Early (paid before January 31, 2002): $120
Late: $150
Accommodation and full board: $300

Registration fee should be paid to the account:

Uniwersytet Lodzki
Bank Polska Kasa Opieki S.A.
II O/Lodz


Participants from Poland and East Central Europe will be partly sponsored through a grant.

The second circular will be sent in February 2002.

Enclosed, please find the REGISTRATION FORM to be filled in and sent by return post as soon as possible but not later than January 31, 2002.

* Łódź is the second largest city in Poland, with a population of nearly one million people. It is located 130 km (80 miles) south-west of Warsaw, almost in the very center of Poland. Łódź is not only an important industrial center, but also a city of culture, often referred to as the capital of Polish film. The most renowned Polish film directors such as Krzysztof Kieslowski, Roman Polanski, and Andrzej Wajda are all graduates of the Łódź Film School. Since 1945 Łódź has been an important academic center with a number of academic institutions, among them the