CALL FOR PAPERS: CHAPTER ABSTRACTS
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CALL FOR PAPERS: CHAPTER ABSTRACTS
Organized by the Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS) at the University of Göttingen, Germany.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FRIDAY 22 JULY 2016!
Cultural and social difference and inequality characterise contemporary India. Inequalities of income, education, wealth, opportunity and health are intertwined with forms of social difference and diversity, including gender, sexuality, caste, and religious affiliation.
CfP: “MASS VIOLENCE AND GENOCIDES IN UKRAINIAN LANDS IN THE 1930s-1940s”
1-2 December, 2016
International conference organized by:
The Center for Interethnic Relations Research of Eastern Europe
The Historical School of Vasyl Karazin Kharkiv National University
Confirmed keynote speakers:
Dr. Mary Morrissey (University of Reading)
Professor Andrew McRae (University of Exeter)
Expanding on our ongoing research project on the spatial and visual dimensions of the poetry and prose of John Donne, we are organising a conference seeking to investigate issues of ‘Space, Place and Image in Early Modern English Literature’ (c. 1500-1700). The conference will take place on the beautiful campus of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, on 11-13 May 2017.
Whilst the study of race and migration is a vibrant and fast developing field, existing works on the Indian Diaspora have tended to homogenise the experiences of migrant labourers, ignoring the existence of different ‘categories’ of nineteenth-century Indian migrant, the communities and networks they established, and the interaction of indentured labourers with them. Beginning with Tinker (1974), many historians and social scientists have instead assumed that indenture was essentially a new form of slavery.