Everyone is very welcome to attend - online or on-site - our public evening lecture by Nobel Laureate Oleksandra Matviichuk on 15 February. For more information, see here.

There are three different ways to participate in the whole symposium:

  • as a speaker or member of the organizing team
  • as a non-presenting participant on site
  • as an online listener

Intended audience

The symposium welcomes in particular postgraduate Ukrainian scholars from the fields of Theology, Religious Studies, and History (or related disciplines), who either live in Ukraine or had to leave the country in the past months. Scholars from other countries, who are working on topics related to the current war, are equally invited to participate.

Postgraduate scholars (=junior scientists) include predoctoral researchers (=PhDs) and postdoctoral researchers. If you are unsure about your fulfillment of this requirement, please contact us via

Information for participation on site

In addition to our speakers and members of the organising team, only a limited number of non-presenting participants will be able to attend the on-site symposium due to space limitations. If you are interested in participating in the on-site symposium, please complete the form below by January 15th, 2023.

The organising team will review all expressions of interest after January, 15th and will then contact you to confirm or decline your wish to participate on site.

Online participation

The majority of presentations will be streamed for registered participants. You can use this form to register for the streamed presentations until February, 12th 2023. You will receive an email with the webinar link on February, 13th 2023.

>>> Register for online participation

Please note: You will only be able to watch the stream, there will be no opportunity to ask questions or contribute to the discussion. Please also note that some presentations will not be available for streaming and that the discussions following the presentations will not be available.

Call for Papers

The Call for Papers was published at the end of July 2022 and has closed on the 30th of September 2022. We thank all interested postgraduate scholars for their submissions.

>>> Call for Papers