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Panel cfp: LEGITIMACY IN MEDITERRANEAN DICTATORSHIPS AND THEIR AFTERMATH DURING THE 20TH AND 21TH CENTURY. A MULTIPERSPECTIVE APPROACH

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 15, 2018
Subject Fields: 
African History / Studies, Italian History / Studies, Middle East History / Studies, Political History / Studies, Spanish and Portuguese History / Studies

Association for Social and Political Philosophy
2018 Conference on “LEGITIMACY”
organised by LUISS Guido Carli and Sapienza University of Rome
June 21-23, 2018 - Rome


Panel
LEGITIMACY IN MEDITERRANEAN DICTATORSHIPS AND THEIR AFTERMATH DURING THE 20TH AND 21TH CENTURY. A MULTIPERSPECTIVE APPROACH


Coordinators:
Giorgia Priorelli (gpriorelli@luiss.it)
Carlos Domper Lasús (cdomper@luiss.it)

DCDC18: Memory and Transformation call for papers

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
April 27, 2018
Location: 
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Archival Science, Digital Humanities, Historic Preservation, Library and Information Science, Research and Methodology

Discovering Collections Discovering Communities (DCDC) is the collaborative conference that brings together the academic, cultural, and heritage sectors to explore shared opportunities, collective challenges, and to discuss how each sector can work more effectively with one another.

​This year the conference, convened by Research Libraries UK and The National Archives, will take place Monday 19 - Wednesday 21 November 2018 in Birmingham.

CFP: Oceanic Popular Culture Association Conference

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
May 25, 2018
Location: 
Hawaii, United States
Subject Fields: 
Popular Culture Studies, Film and Film History, Indigenous Studies, Literature, Art, Art History & Visual Studies

PROPOSAL DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 28, 2018

We are pleased to invite panel and/or individual paper proposals for the 2018 Oceanic Popular Culture Association Conference. All topics and proposals are welcome, particularly those treating cultural productions within and/or about the Oceanic region.

Abstracts/Proposals of 300 -500 words for individual papers or 3-4 paper panels are due February 28, 2018. 
 Direct abstracts and proposals to Cheryl Edelson cedelson@chaminade.edu

Provocation #1. Who Shot the Albatross? Gate-keeping in Australian Culture

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 22, 2018
Location: 
Australia
Subject Fields: 
Australian and New Zealand History / Studies, Communication, Composition & Rhetoric, Cultural History / Studies, Literature

Provocations is an exciting new public forum tackling controversies in the arts and humanities, hosted by the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at The University of Adelaide.

Provocations #1 will ask: What unchallenged orthodoxies still govern Australian cultural production? Are we receptive to new voices or are in we living in a literary echo-chamber? How do elite groups govern the cultural field? The symposium will be followed by a public forum in the evening, with the possibility of the symposium continuing the following morning.

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