H-Citizenship promotes interdisciplinary research and intellectual exchange about citizenship within a global community of scholars; students; political, community and business leaders; and the general public.
“Exploring the Challenges of Political and Social Change in the Eastern Neighbourhood and the Mediterranean South”
24 – 29 June 2014
The Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University will host the 4th International Neighbourhood Symposium at Heybeliada, Turkey between Tuesday, 24 June and Sunday, 29 June 2014. This year’s Symposium will focus on “Exploring the Challenges of Political and Social Change in the Eastern Neighbourhood and the Mediterranean South”.
The Center for the Study of Citizenship invites proposals for its 2015 annual conference that explore the many dimensions of the theme of governance and citizenship.
The affordances of citizenship are bound in many ways to structures of governance that provide and at the same time deny access to power. While formal structures of governance establish rights and responsibilities, there are many additional informal forms of governance people use to orchestrate and affirm their community membership, among them are civic organizations, community groups, and NGOs.
The 2nd Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence (NRVSS 2014) will be organized between June 23 and July 4, 2014 at the Charles University in Prague by Charles University in Prague and International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki, supported by the London School of Economics – LSEE and PRIO. The language of communication will be English.
Dear colleagues, I would like to share with you the following ToC announcement:
Cultural Dynamics Table of Contents for Special Issue: Race and Post-Raciality: March 2014; Vol. 26, No. 1Cultural Dynamics, edited by Michaeline Crichlow (Duke University, USA), seeks to publish research focused on the structured inequalities of the contemporary world, and the myriad ways people negotiate these conditions. The journal is thoroughly interdisciplinary, encompassing anthropology, sociology, philosophy, history, and any other areas that can shed light on culture, power, and politics.