Graduate student research essay or paper prize
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3rd Global Meeting of the Letters and Letter Writing Project
Call for Participation 2016
Thursday 21st January – Saturday 23rd January 2016
London, United Kingdom
This is not a love letter
“I read over your letters again and again, and am continually taking them up as if I had just received them; but alas! They only serve to make me more strongly regret your absence: for how amiable must her conversation be, whose letters have so many charms?” Pliny the Younger, Epistulae, 6.7 [Translation William Melmoth 1915]
5. Democracy, the Nation State, and their adversaries
A democracy and its constituency only explicitly define themselves when they come under threat. This panel seeks to explore the tension that develops when oppositional groups within a democratic society challenge its fundamental principles.
Abstract submissions are invited for a major international conference on Dynasty and Dynasticism, 1400-1700, in Europe and beyond.
This conference aims to ask afresh what royal dynasty was in the late medieval and early modern periods: what beliefs underpinned it, whence its power and mystique derived, and who or what ruling dynasties believed themselves to be. It seeks to put dynasty under the spotlight, as a category of analysis in its own right, and as a major organising political principle in the pre-modern world.
The Conference on “Exploration of Computation and Information Technology for Disaster Management (ECITDM15)” is aimed to focus, outline and highlight the common pre-disaster and post disaster issues which need to be addressed to bring out salient features for disaster recovery planning. The Conference is also expected to throw light on the benefits of disaster planning and the understanding requirements before and after a disaster occurs.