Defined by diverse spatial realities, the Pakistan-Afghanistan region has been subject to varied invasions, complex contestations and intense power plays by regional and international stakeholders. The physical interference of both local and major powers in the geographical landscape of the Pakistan-Afghanistan borderlands has, over the centuries, made conflict a permanent feature of the region.
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Global Mobility Humanities Conference 2019 (GMHC 2019) at Academy of Mobility Humanities, Konkuk University
25th + 25th October 2019
Seoul, South Korea
Poetry in Film
Call for papers for the 2020 Société Française Shakespeare conference
Paris, Fondation Deutsch de la Meurthe, 9-11 January 2020
SAVE THE DATE: 10-11th July 2019
Materials and Technologies in the Age of Transition: The Byzantine, Sasanian and Islamic Near East
Wolfson College, Oxford
10-11th July 2019