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ENG 2nd notice

Dear Conference Participants:

As the Conference “Philologies and the Construction of an Open Society. Possibilities, Goals, Challenges” is nearing, we would like to provide you with more details concerning the event.



The conference payment should be settled by September 30th 2017.

Regular conference fee: 350 PLN/ 85 EURO

Students and doctoral candidates: 250 PLN/ 60 EURO

The fee should be sent to the following bank account:

Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. Komisji Edukacji Narodowej

Bank Pekao SA, Cracow

Domestic transfer        71 1240 4722 1111 0000 4852 4687

International transfer (euro)    IBAN PL 78 1240 4722 1978 0000 4851 6422


Transfer description:  DK-258  Name + Surname(s) (e.g. DK-258 Mary Poppins)

If you need an invoice, after making the payment please send us an email titled INVOICE to with the following details:

Tax Identification Number of your institution

Name of the institution (or your name and surname, if you are not affiliated)

Address of your institution (or yours, if not affiliated).



We are happy to announce that our conference will be accompanied by a two-day theatre workshop led by prof. Seth Baumrin, who will also deliver a lecture on October 21st, . The following videos offer a glimpse into his work:

The workshop will last 2 days, 19th and 20th October (Thursday and Friday), 4 hours each day. The proposal is directed mainly at our students; nevertheless, we have reserved a couple of places for those of you who might want to participate in this event. The participants may choose to attend the workshop on one day only, it is not compulsory to be there on both days.

If you are interested in the workshop, please write to by September 30th, so that we can take it into account when arranging the program of the conference.



The conference will take place in the main university building:

Pedagogical University of Cracow

2 Podchorążych Street

30-084 Cracow, Poland

The participants will be offered refreshments during the breaks, a dinner on Friday (Oct 20th) and a lunch on Saturday (Oct 21st).

The Friday dinner will be held in the city center, whereas the Saturday lunch will be served on campus. Please let us know if you have special dietary needs.

Also, please let us know if for important reasons you have a strong preference for your talk to be scheduled on a particular day.

The preliminary program will be available on our website at the beginning of October.


We are looking forward to seeing you in Cracow.


The Organizing Committee


Prof. Nina Pluta- Podleszańska

Jorge Cabezas Miranda, PhD

Ingrid Petkova Móczárné, PhD

Ewelina Topolska, PhD (coordinator)