FACULTY OF GLOBAL STUDIES
in cooperation with
RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL CORPORATION
May 20–23, 2009
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC CONGRESS
GLOBALISTICS – 2009
Ways of Surmounting the Global Crisis
and Models for a
Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Congress:
Contact Information of the Organizing Committee:
Address: Faculty of Global Studies,
Tel. +7 (495) 939 4323.
Conference Panels and Suggested Topics:
Philosophy of Globalistics. Global Crisis and its dimensions. Axiomatics, paradigmatics, and methodology of Global Studies. General issues of Globalistics, Globalization, and Glocalization. Essence and classification of Global Processes. Progress, development, welfare, justice and morals in the contemporary world. Crisis as a chance for a better future.
Political Globalistics and International Relations. Crisis of the World Order and search for new models. Multipolar World. Glocalization. National vs. Global. International Institutions and International Law. Ethnic and religious conflicts and ways of preventing them. Environmentalism in Global Political Studies. Historical aspects of Globalization.
Man in a Globalizing World. Global Crisis and Human Crisis. Biopolitics, anthropology and sustainable development. Socio-psychological tendencies of Globalization. Humanitarian cooperation. Culture and Globalization. Mass Media and humanitarian cooperation. Humanitarian technologies for sustainable development. Social networks and Globalization. Innovation Initiative and its encouragement for sustainable development.
Global Studies at Universities and High Schools. Cultivation of global outlook and global responsibility. World intellectual elite and its participation in educating future generations.
Prediction, Simulation, and Prevision. Technology, ecology, and culture of the Twenty First Century. Synergetics. Mathematical simulation of Global Processes.
Economic Dimension of Globalization. Ways of surmounting and prevention of Economic Crisis. Crisis Management and Global Governance. Population Science and Globalization. Progress and Development: a new dimension. Migration and development. Ecology and economics. Security of energy supplies. National and global systems of innovation. Market and Equity. Human being as the major product of global economy.
Geo-Ecology and Globalization. Historical geo-ecology and catastrophes in the history of the Earth. Climate and Globalization. Nature and Humanity and nature in the globalizing world.
Deadline for submitting proposals for presentations and abstracts is March 20, 2009.
We need the following information about participants and their presentations:
Abstract submission guidelines:
Proposals for presentation and abstracts should be sent in electronic form. Abstracts will be published in author’s version.