Revisiting Place – Current Global Conditions and Human-Spatial Relations
Call for Papers:
Call for Papers:
The Yearbook of European Union and Comparative Law (YEUCL) has opened an invitation for submission for Volume 2 (2023). We are interested in particular in critical approaches to European Union and Comparative law
In addition, YEUCL welcome critical and original papers of topical and classical issues in EU law (european constitutional law, internal market law, european foreign policy, european competition law, european private law, comparative methodology, comparative jurisprudential approach, etc).
Papers should be no shorter than 5000 words.
This call for abstracts invites interested researchers to send their abstracts of suggested chapters on the archaeologies of displacement, migration and humanitarian crises, their impact on societies, cultural identity, and collective memory of displaced people around the world.
New transportation arteries, mechanized vehicles, and transit hubs are often described as engines of spatial and cultural integration. Mobility infrastructures that have been developed since the nineteenth century up to the present have been at the heart of state-led modernization projects. On both the global and local level, the extension of infrastructures embodies the promises of speed, freedom, and prosperity.
The Pacific Office of the German Historical Institute Washington invites proposals for papers to be presented at the seventh Bucerius Young Scholars Forum, which will be held at UC Berkeley, September 18–19, 2023. We seek contributions from post-doctoral scholars, recent PhDs, as well as those in the final stages of their dissertations with a background in the humanities or social sciences. The Forum will be connected to a field trip to Sitka, Alaska, from September 20–24, 2023.