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Call For Applications:Territorial Sovereignty in the Age of Migration summer course

Call For Applications: Territorial Sovereignty in the Age of Migration summer course

9 July to 13 July 2018

Organized by Central European University, Budapest and Queen's University, Kingston, Canada

Venue: Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Financial aid and travel grants are available.

Application deadline: 14 February, 2018        

https://summeruniversity.ceu.edu/territorial-2018

Call for Submissions: "Nationalism, Nativism, and the Revolt against Globalization"

EuropeNow, the online journal of the Council of European Studies, invites contributions for its February issue on "Nationalism, Nativism, and the Revolt against Globalization." Responding to this summer's attacks on Charlottesville and the University of Virginia, we are especially interested in essays that address transnational and international connections between nativist movements.

Call for Applications: PhD Position in Ukrainian History at the University of Heidelberg (Deadline: May 31, 2018)

The University of Heidelberg invites applications for a 3-year PhD position in the European Research Council Project “Entangled Parliamentarisms: Constitutional Practices in Russia, Ukraine, China, and Mongolia, 1905–2005.” The PhD candidate will explore the history of Ukrainian parliamentarism from the participation of Ukrainian representatives in the State Duma of the Russian Empire to the 2004 Constitutional Reform.

 

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