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Publication Strand: Cultrual and Social History - the city as a site of identiy and life
“The Day My Life Froze”: Urban Refugees in the Humanitarian System
A Two-Day Simulation-Based Professional Development Course
“The Day My Life Froze”: Urban Refugees in the Humanitarian System is a two-day professional development course structured around an intensive in-class educational simulation. The course re-centres the human subjects of humanitarianism in the minds of current and prospective humanitarian workers.
Call for Papers
The Cruel Sea
Death and the sea - historical perspectives
Workshop, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, 23.-25. April 2020
EPLab International Conference in Political Theory
Location: Nova University of Lisbon, September 10-11 2019
Jeff McMahan (University of Oxford)
Viriato Soromenho-Marques (University of Lisbon)