This stream explores the ways in which film, photography, advertising, and screen culture have been mobilized to advance a populist politics. What kind of iconic images have contributed to the rise of populist movements of both sides of the political spectrum? If the idea of the working class is at the centre of populism, how is the worker represented today in racial and gender terms?
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A panel proposed by Professors Kitty Millet and Dennis Klein for the upcoming Association for Jewish Studies annual conference (Dec 15-17, San Diego), the Holocaust Studies division, this panel explores the underexamined role of the bystanders who observe, witness, or ignore acts of injustice, including genocide, occuring around them. Understood as "the third," the panel hopes to get at questions over who are bystanders?
We would like to invite you to complete a survey, which is part of a research project entitled ‘How Proper Names Refer’, conducted by Dr Siu-Fan Lee at the Hong Kong Baptist University. It aims to collect actual cases of reference shifts in linguistic practice as well as intuitive response to hypothetical scenarios.
The Canadian Nautical Research Society is pleased to announce the re-introduction of the Jacques Cartier MA Award. We are now accepting submissions for the 2019 award.
This international conference is co-organised by the Basque Institute Etxepare and the University of Edinburgh.
Its aims are to exchange knowledge and promote collaboration between academics and professionals working on minority-language media.
The conference will be in English.