The Congress is organized by Prof. Dr. Susanne Schröter, Director of the Frankfurt Research Centre on Global Islam (FFGI) at the Cluster of Excellence “Normative Orders”. Papers and panels are invited from all disciplines in social sciences and humanities which are related to the MENA region or its relations to other parts of the world.
Taking worldwide perspectives, this unique and prestigious conference brings together international specialists including Jay Winter, Nicolas Offenstadt, Carole Fink, Stefan Berger, Bruce Scates, Pieter Lagrou, Piet Chielens and many others. They will discuss and reflect upon the consequences of the new geopolitical order that came into being after the First World War, and how that war and its legacy have been remembered up to the present day.
Studia Politica. Romanian Political Science Review publishes high quality, peer reviewed articles in all major areas of political science including political theory, comparative politics, political sociology, public policy, international relations and global studies. Founded in 2001 and focusing particularly on Central Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, it welcomes contributions on a wide range of geographical areas and topics that aim to advance the field through both theoretical and empirical innovative studies.
Call for 4 four-year Ph.D. Fellowships in a joint programme of the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Università di Napoli Federico II in Global History & Governance
Culture matters but why does it matter? Culture matters because the values, beliefs and assumptions that underpin military organisations shape their behaviour and that of their personnel at all levels. However, the relationship between air forces and their culture has been little discussed and much assumed in the historiography. Indeed, as Allan English reflected in 2004, little has been written on the culture of air forces, and despite some notable examples, this largely remains the case.
CFP: Special Territorial Status and Extraterritoriality
20-24 January 2019, Longyearbyen, Svalbard Islands
The Conferences centres on the debate for reforms/restructuring in Nigeria in the following areas: political, economic, internal security, resource control, Women and Youth involvement in the politics of Nigeria, politics of devolution and or sharing of power, agriculture and food security, human security in Nigeria, religion and politics in Nigeria, inter-ethnic co-existence, Nigeria's external relations, the theoretical framework of restructuring, among others.
After the 1839 Gülhane Edict which recognised the basic rights of Ottoman citizens, a second edict, the 1856 Reformation Edict extended these rights to non-Muslims and foreigners living in Ottoman Empire who had been enjoying some economic privileges under the capitulations granted to European powers. With this legal status change the Ottoman territories started receiving large number of foreigners, investors, bankers, businessmen who brought about major changes to the economic and social changes to the 6 century old empire.
Call for Paper
Special Issue of The International Journal of Taiwan Studies