IN MEMORY OF THE CENTENARY OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY
SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ISRAEL AND JUDAISM STUDIES, 4-8 DECEMBER 2023
YEDİNCİ ULUSLARARASI İSRAİL VE YAHUDİLİK ÇALIŞMALARI KONFERANSI, 4-8 ARALIK 2023
הכנס הבינלאומי השביעי לחקר ישראל והיהדות
المؤتمر الدولي السابع للدراسات الإسرائيلية واليهودية
СЕДЬМАЯ МЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ КОНФЕРЕНЦИЯ ПО ИЗУЧЕНИЮ ИЗРАИЛЯ И ИУДАИЗМА
We are pleased to announce that the Seventh International Conference on Israel and Judaism Studies (ICIJS’23) organized by Israiliyat: Journal of Israeli and Judaic Studies (e-ISSN 2645-890X) will be held as a virtual conference on December 4-8, 2023. The organizers welcome proposals for both individual papers as well as panel sessions.
ICIJS’23, held in memory of the centenary of the Republic of Turkey, is the seventh in an annual conference series hold in December month: While the first in Konya in 2017, the second in Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University in 2018, and the third in Izmir Democracy University in 2019 were held in person the last three ones were conducted virtually.
Application/ Registration and Presentation
The application/ registration and presentation processes in conference consist of four phases totally:
Accepted submissions may be presented via
All presenters who make live (synchronous), pre-recorded (asynchronous) or simulive (hybrid) presentations will receive a certificate of e-participation following the sessions.
Abstracts (with/without full text) will be published in the Proceeding and Abstract Book (with e-ISBN). Revised, complete versions of papers will be published in the Israiliyat journal or in an edited book upon referees’ decision.
Please, remember the following important dates:
(i) Deadline for Abstract: November 25, 2023
(ii) Notification of Acceptance: after review process without any loss of time
(iii) Deadline for Full Text and/or Research Article Submission and/or pre-Recorded Video Submission: December 4, 2023
(iv) Conference Dates: December 4-8, 2023
The conference’s broader scope includes all subareas of Israel and Jewish Studies. These include (but are not limited to) various disciplines such as current political issues, international relations, the history and sociology of Israel, as well as more traditional sub-fields of Jewish Studies.
In ICIJS’23, Israel and Judaism Studies Awards will be presented to the authors of distinguished Israel and Jewish studies PhD and MA dissertations and theses written in Turkey in the categories of history, politics and religion. Rewards will also be presented for outstanding academic articles and original/translated books in these fields.
Please feel free to reach out to us with questions and requests related to the ICIJS’23 at email@example.com or the conference.israiliyat.com website.
Please circulate this Call, among your colleagues and networks.
We look forward to welcoming you to the ICIJS’23 in December.
Organizing Committee co-Chairs