During the 2018 ASEEES Convention in Boston (Nov 6-9, 2018), POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is organizing a panel devoted to Jewish national and cultural autonomy in East Central Europe. The panel is to be organized as a part of the Global education Outreach Program (GEOP). It will be chaired by prof. Antony Polonsky with prof. Konrad Zieliński as a discussant. We are inviting a scholar who would like to contribute to the panel with a paper on the autonomy of Ukrainian, Soviet (Birobidzhan) or Romanian Jews.
ASSOCIATION FOR GERMAN STUDIES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
CALL FOR PAPERS
AGS Conference at BANGOR UNIVERSITY, 29-31 August 2018
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: 6th April 2018
The next conference of the Association for German Studies in Great Britain and Ireland will take place at Bangor University, 29-31 August 2018. The lead panel for the conference will be Anniversary Capital, with a number of regular as well as one-off panels.
CALL FOR PAPERS (DEADELINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 12, 2018)
2018 ANNUAL GLOBAL AFFAIRS CONFERENCE:
Martina Topić, Leeds Business School, Leeds Beckett University
Niamh Kirk, Dublin City University, Ireland
Media and Nationalism in the Network Society
Location: Nova University of Lisbon, September 10-11 2018
"I often say that in making dances I can make a world where I think things are done morally, done democratically, done honestly." - Twyla Tharp
Dance and performance have always been forces for political and social change. Addressing issues of power, inequity, and hierarchy head on, Dance Research Forum Ireland (DRFI) - in partnership with Limerick Institute of Technology – invites participation in its 7th biennial conference.
Nationalism Studies Program, Central European University
June 28-30, 2018 - Budapest, Hungary
Keynote: Robert A. Saunders, Farmingdale State College SUNY
Apply by March 9, 2018
About the Project
The New Fascism Syllabus is a crowd-sourced collection of writings on the history of fascist, populist, and authoritarian movements and governments during the 20th and 21st centuries. It is intended to serve as a popular entryway into the scholarly literature for those seeking deeper insights into how past societies gravitated towards and experienced varieties of right-wing authoritarianism.
CFP for the workshop 'The (im)possibility of liberal nationalism in the age of Trump and the Catalan conundrum – Moving beyond the binaries of Nationalism Studies'
24-26 May 2018
University of Edinburgh
CfP deadline: 15 March 2018
Convenors: James Kennedy (University of Edinburgh) and Maarten Van Ginderachter (Antwerp University)