Networks Conference 2020 CFP

The Department of English Language and Literature 

of Partium Christian University, Oradea (Romania)

in cooperation with the

Intercultural Studies Research Center at the Reformed Theological University, Debrecen (Hungary)

 are pleased to announce the second



to be held online on

04 December 2020

Keynote speaker:

Dr. habil. András Tarnóc

Institute of English and American Studies, University of Eger


Title of keynote speech:

“An order is given to remember, but the responsibility is mine and it is I who must remember:’ The role of memory in subject construction.”


The 2nd international Networks conference* will be devoted to the exploration of aspects of cultural memory especially as they relate to topics revolving around individual and collective memory, national identity and transcultural memory, forgetting/erasure and authentication, lieux de mémoire and embodied memory, nostalgia and traumatic memories, among others, as expressed in narratives and in language.

We invite proposals for papers in English investigating different aspects of the theme in the following fields:

·         American/British/Canadian/German/Hungarian Literatures

·         Central Europe and the English-Speaking World

·         Cultural Studies

·         ESP

·         Ethnic Studies

·         Gender Studies

·         Intermediality

·         Language Studies

·         Literary Theory and Criticism

·         Literatures in the English Language

·         Multilingualism and Multiculturalism

·         Philosophy

·         Postcolonial Studies

·         Religious Studies

·         Translation Studies



1. Submission of proposals:

15 November 2020

2. Notification of acceptance:

29 November 2020

3. Paper submission:

15 March 2021


Please, fill in the registration form here:



Partium Christian University, str. Primăriei nr. 27. 410209 Oradea

Email Address:


The conference will be held online.

There are no registration fees.

A selection of conference papers will be published in print.

Networks 2020