Justice and memory processes that had accompanied the “third wave of democratisation” have been the subject of a large body of academic literature. These works have commonly taken certain approaches. Some have analysed these processes within national borders or by providing comparative accounts of countries seen as discrete units, disconnected from transnational or global developments.
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After World War II, scientists, policy makers and intellectuals in many countries claimed that their societies were entering a new era, which would be shaped by technologies that had been developed during the war, especially digital computers.
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“Changing Social Connections in Time and Space”
Montréal, Québec Canada
November 2-5, 2017
Submission Deadline: March 3, 2017
Canterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom
Symposium: Exploitation Cinema in the 21st Century.
Event Date: June 9th 2017
Deadline for proposals: 3rd March 2017
Keynote Speaker: Dr Johnny Walker, Northumbria University
Workshop at the German Historical Institute Washington, DC
“Inheritance Practices in the 20th Century”
Tentative dates: 9/14/2017 – 9/16/2017
Conveners: Jürgen Dinkel (University of Gießen), Simone Lässig (GHI Washington), Vanessa Ogle (University of Pennsylvannia)
The Visual Culture Caucus of the American Studies Association (ASA) seeks to promote the participation of visual culture scholars at the ASA annual meeting in Chicago on November 9-12, 2017. We are looking for papers and panels that investigate or interrogate visual culture in its many forms. Topics might include a variety of visual practices both within and outside the art world, emerging vehicles of expression such as the Internet and social media, methods of studying visual culture, and issues of pedagogy.
Transnational literatures often surpass the terminological strictures imposed by postcolonial studies. Aspects such as border-crossing, bricolage, cultural syncretism, hybridity or spacial displacements need not necessarily involve the creation of radical new identities that are in a critical position towards the colonial discourse.
CFP: Jewish Radicalisms in the 19th and 20th Centuries
The Role of Computer-Mediated Communication in Promoting Activism and Revolutionary Work Around the World Issue 5(2) • December 2017
International Journal of Applied Statistics and Econometrics
CALL FOR PAPERS
We are inviting submissions for the first issue of the International Journal of Applied Statistics and Econometrics. (ISSN 2519-7185)
Call for Papers
Emotional Publics and Political Feelings in Participatory Media
6 July 2017, University of Amsterdam
Organised by the research group “Participatory Cultures: post-socialist new media cultures” (UvA)
Supported by ARTES and SPIN, UvA
Deadline for abstracts: 1 February 2017
Dr. Joke Hermes, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Department of Media and Culture
(Marlborough, UK – 6th December 2016) Adam Matthew and the Big Ten Academic Alliance continue their highly valued partnership with a new agreement to provide access to award-winning primary source material for teaching and research.