The History Research Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, in conjunction with the Centre for the Study of Apocalyptic and Millennial Movements, invites submissions for a one-day symposium on “Religion and Radicalism”, to be held on Wednesday July 17th 2019 in Manchester.
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The deadline for submissions to the ICOHTEC symposium, to be held in Katowice, Poland, 22-27 July 2019, has been extended. The new deadline is 18 February 2019.
The application for the 9th Institute for World Literature that meets at Harvard between July 1 and July 25, 2019 is now open through February 1, 2019.
We are soliciting applications to present in the Ideas + Research track at our first international RadicalxChange conference. RadicalxChange convenes a community of activists, artists, entrepreneurs and scholars committed to using mechanism design, in conjunction with ideas from a wide variety of scholarly disciplines, to reduce inequality, build widely-shared prosperity, heal global political divides and build a richer and more cooperative social life for the twenty-first century.
Confirmed Speakers: Ideas + Research
CfP: Decolonization and the Age of Goethe