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CfApplications: Nationalism, Religion and Violence Summer Seminar (Prague 2018)

Call for Applications

Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence 2018

Keynote speaker: Prof. Stathis Kalyvas (Gladstone Professor of Government, University of Oxford)

Guest of Honour: Paul Shapiro(USHMM Director for International Affairs)

CfPanelists: EASA 2018- Critical whiteness studies of movement, settlement and staying put in Europe

***Please circulate, apologies for cross-posting*** 

We invite paper proposals for a panel entitled ‘Critical whiteness studies of movement, settlement and staying put in Europe’. The panel will take place during the 15th Biennial EASA Conference at Stockholm University 14 – 17 August 2018.

Short Abstract:

TOC: Regions and Cohesion (Political participation and the emergence of citizenships in Latin America)

Dear Colleague,

This special issue, titled “At the margins of the State,” presents a series of articles that examine the emergence of new forms of mobilization and analyze the processes that inform “new citizenships” in Latin America. Consequently, this special issue constructively highlights important points in contemporary citizenship debates that go beyond the simple indication of political crises and citizen disenchantment.

CfApplications (summer course): The Political Economy of Urbanisation in China and Asia, LSE-PKU Summer School

Dear all,

This is a call for applications for the LSE-PKU Summer School course, “The Political Economy of Urbanisation in China and Asia: Globalisation and Uneven Development”. The Summer School will be held in Beijing, from the 6-17 August 2018, at the Peking University campus.

CfPanelists (conference): EASA 2018 Panel 112 "Being Stuck" (Stockholm, 14-17 August 2018)

Dear All,

We invite paper proposals for our panel “Being stuck. Stillness in times of mobility” that will take place during the forthcoming EASA conference in Stockholm, 14-17 August 2018.

 

P112: Being stuck. Stillness in times of mobility

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Lecture Annc: Researching Migrations, Identity, and Culture of Borderlands in East-Central Europe (University of Manchester)

Professor Beata Halicka

Researching Migrations, Identity, and Culture of Borderlands in East-Central Europe

 

17 April 2018, Conference Room, Ellen Wilkinson, University of Manchester

11am: LECTURE and DISCUSSION

/open to all/

1.30pm: WORKSHOP

CfP (conference): Real and Digital Experiences: Latin American Migrants in Australia Symposium

Real and Digital Experiences: Latin American Migrants in Australia Symposium

RMIT University

1st November 2018

 

Call for Papers:

 

‘Real and Digital Experiences: Latin American Migrants in Australia’ is a symposium hosted at RMIT University support by Migration and Mobility Lab (Digital Ethnography Research Centre, DERC)

 

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