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Call for Proposals
Mapping Migrations in World History
The Seventh Annual Conference of the Midwest World History Association
23-24th September 2016, Metropolitan State University (Saint Paul, Minnesota)
Extended Proposal deadline: May 16, 2016
Call for Papers
THE INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ANTROPOLOGÍA E HISTORIA, THE UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE COAHUILA, THE UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE NUEVO LEÓN, THE INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIONES HISTÓRICAS AND THE FACULTAD DE FILOSOFÍA Y LETRAS AT THE UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO, THE CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES Y ESTUDIOS SUPERIORES EN ANTROPOLOGÍA SOCIAL-UNIDAD NORESTE, THE CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS INTERCULTURALES DEL NORESTE AT THE UNIVERSIDAD REGIOMONTANA, THE COLEGIO DE LA FRONTERA NORTE, AND THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE SOUTHWEST AT TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Across various disciplines, attention on the category of the “Other” has shone light on women, minorities, the poor, profane, criminal and mundane. But what and where is the category of “Others” in architectural studies? Is it to be attached to the spaces and buildings associated with these marginalized social categories? Or are there intrinsically architectural “Others” – subjects within the discipline that undergird its internal discourse through contrast and opposition – that should be opened up to interdisciplinary scrutiny?