7th International Interdisciplinary Conference
One World Many Cultures
„1050th Anniversary of Christianization of Poland and National Identity”
27th-28th October 2016
We are honured to invite students and scholars to take part in the Conference that will be held in KPU Campus located at 55-57 Toruńska Street in the center of Bydgoszcz. The Conference is a continuation of the annual scientific event started by Kujawy and Pomorze University in 2010, and aimed at a widely understood intercultural dialogue and an exchange of ideas on modern world’s problems among scholars from different academic fields, including economists, lawyers, teologists, political scientists, sociologists, historians, media specialists, as well as representatives of other sceintific fields. The Conference is an invitation for everyone, despite his or her faith, to discuss contemporary problems in their cultural, legal and economic aspect. It may also become a medium of gaining intercultural knowledge focused on the wide spectrum of coexistence of various societies in the modern, globalised, world.
Thematic Panels include:
I. Christianization of Poland – the sources of national hope and identity
II. Development of cultural identity and historical awareness in social-educational dialogue
III. Axiology of penal law in Poland
IV. Law and the State
V. Predictions on economic sciences from a historical perspective
VI . Research and the development of technology in the 21st century
Languages of the Conference: Polish, English, Russian.
On receiving a positive opninion, the articles will be published in a monograph or a periodical listed on B list of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
Kujawy and Pomorze University in Bydgoszcz, Poland
55-57 Toruńska Street, 85-023 Bydgoszcz
tel. (+48) 52 365 84 27 , (+48) 797 328 407
The organization of the annual Conference „One World – Many Cultures” is an illustration of KPU’s mission expressed by the motto „Sapientiae Servientes – Serving Wisdom”. It conveys the idea of being open for the modern challenges which Poland and the World are facing, and the understanding of which requires interdisciplinary approach of scientific representatives of social, theological, technical and economic sciences, as well as humanities and law and administration. The event is a continuation of annual scientific meetings organized by our University, inaugurated in 2010, with the aim of promoting cross-cultural dialogue as well as the exchange of ideas on contemporary world’s problems among experts in cultural, political, sociological, theological and pedagogical sciences, as well as economists, historians, psychologists, lawyers and representatives of the media and other sciences.
The Conference is organized by Kujawy and Pomorze University, Vatican Foundation Joseph Ratzinger Benedict XVI, Kujawy and Pomorze Marshall’s Office and the Municipal Council of Bydgoszcz.