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The Collaborative Research Group “Visual and Expressive Cultures” of the Africa Europe Group of Interdisciplinary Studies organises, together with the Institute for Urban and Landscape Studies, the Centre for African Studies and the Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Basel a workshop on the theme
Re-Imagining the African City:
The Arts and Urban Politics
Basel, March 11–12, 2016
The Foundation is accepting research grant proposals from current doctoral students writing dissertations that investigate free societies and the ideas, values, and institutions that maximize well-being. Proposals will be considered for dissertations across a variety of disciplines that examine foundational, system-level, and applied research questions.
Accepted dissertation proposals may be awarded up to $5,000 in grant funding with the possibility of renewal as well as additional resources to expand doctoral candidates’ educational opportunities and career development.
For the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Conference, March 17-20, 2016, Harvard University
Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature invites submissions for its Winter 2016 and Winter 2017 open issues.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Annales d’Éthiopie, vol. 31 (2016)
Special issue: Making heritage in Ethiopia
Seeking chapter contributions for an edited book collection on Youth and Civil Rights Activism (USA)
There has been a growth in literature on youth and civil rights in the last few years but much of it is focused on certain organizations or specific regions or cities. This edited collection seeks to bring together a broad range of essays covering the wide range of research currently available and make it available in one volume and by doing so showing the trends currently in scholarship.
We invite papers for the panel, "Cities at War in the Medieval Islamic World (10th–15th c.)", session 06 of the 13th International Conference on Urban History organized by the European Association for Urban History (August 24th-27th 2016, Helsinki, Finland)
Academica Press, an independent scholarly publisher, is proud to celebrate the continuation of its series, “Research in Cultural and Intellectual History.” This list, edited by Paul du Quenoy (American University of Beirut), is a forum for cutting edge work that challenges traditional disciplinary boundaries and provocatively revisits conventional topics. Manuscripts in the series will ideally be devoted to eclectic and under-explored issues in cultural and intellectual studies and make imaginative uses of theory and method.
Minima Moralia is widely considered a literary and philosophical masterpiece. Written by Theodor Adorno during the Second World War, the book, built from aphorisms and reflections, focuses on everyday existence in late-capitalist society. Shifting from personal experience to deep critical consideration of disturbing tendencies and broad trends in late industrial society, topics considered by Adorno are as diverse as they are revealing. They range from the desolation of the family to the decay of conversation and the rise of 20th Century fascism.
The Authoritarian Personality and Contemporary European Politics, Populism and Subjectivity
MLA, International Symposia, Düsseldorf, June 23-25 2016
The Journal of the Louisiana Communication Association
After/Until the Disaster: Louisiana Environments on the Edge
CALL FOR PAPERS
"WAR AND CULTURE"
37th Annual Conference of the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association (SWPACA) at the Hyatt Regency Hotel & Conference Center on
February 10-13, 2016
in Albuquerque, New Mexico