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CFPanelists - MESA 2019 (New Orleans): On the Margins of Shi’r: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on the Development of Modern Arabic Poetry

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On the Margins of Shi’r:

Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on the Development of Modern Arabic Poetry

CfP (conference): The post-1989 Springtime of National Minorities?

The post-1989 Springtime of National Minorities?

Minority Mobilisation, Human Rights Activism and the Accommodation of Ethnocultural Diversity in Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe

conference organized by the
Nationalism Studies Program at Central European University (CEU)

and the

Tom Lantos Institute (TLI)

and the

Institute for Minority Studies, Centre for Social Sciences, HAS

Budapest, Hungary
6-7 June, 2019

MA Scholarships in Nationalism Studies at Central European University, Vienna/Budapest. (Deadline: January 31)

https://nationalism.ceu.edu/apply-now-0

The Nationalism Studies Program at Central European University is pleased to announce its call for applications for  2019. We offer one- and two-year MA programs (accredited both in the US and the EU), along with a PhD program, in cooperation with the Departments of History and Political Science.  We offer tuition waivers and fellowships to the majority of incoming students:

PhD Fellowships: Populism, Nationalism, and Authoritarianism: Movements and Regimes

Call for PhD applications
offered by the Central European University (CEU)

Populism, Nationalism, and Authoritarianism: 
Movements and Regimes, PhD fellowships

Available scholarships: 2 (one in Political Science, one in History)

Application deadline: January 31, 2019

More information:
https://nationalism.ceu.edu/doctoral-program

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