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Online registration ends Friday, May 30th! If you register by the 30th, we'll have your badge ready to pick up and go - that's the fastest and easiest way to get started at the conference. You can always register on site in Warsaw but please be aware that it costs more and takes a lot more time than just registering online today. Register Online Today!
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Registration is now open for the PDG-Collegium Civitas 2014 conference in Warsaw, Poland!  We ask that you confirm your participation at the conference by registering for the conference as soon as possible (and before May 15th). We look forward to seeing you in Warsaw!
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The PDG-Collegium Civitas Joint 2014 Conference will be held in Warsaw, Poland on June 17-18, 2014. The theme of the conference is Eurasia – Defining and Crossing Barriers. Please visit PDG 2014's Program and Events page for additional details. We look forward to seeing everyone in Warsaw!
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As a friendly reminder the Eurasia – Defining and Crossing Barriers conference to be held in Warsaw, Poland on June 17-18, 2014 deadline is here! If you are interested please don’t hesitate to drop by our website. We will be keeping the submission system open but those in the system the weekend of November 15th will get priority. All are welcome and hope to see you there.
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The Political Demography and Geography section of ISA and Collegium Civitas would like to announce a call for papers and panels for our joint conference: Eurasia – Defining and Crossing Barriers to be held in Warsaw, Poland on June 17-18, 2014. Paper and/or panel proposals are due by November 15th, 2013. We hope to see you there!

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The Political Demography and Geography (PDG) section of ISA, in conjunction with the Collegium Civitas, will be hosting a summer 2014 conference in Warsaw, Poland. 

Submissions open Fall 2013. Questions concerning the Eurasia 2014 Conference should be directed to the Program Chairs at Warsaw2014@isanet.org.

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