Founded in 2006, the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences is brought together by a common interest in disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, within and across the various social sciences, and between the social, natural, and applied sciences. The conference also investigates what constitutes “science” in a social context and the connections between the social and other sciences. The focus ranges from the finely grained and empirical to wide-ranging multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspectives on knowledge and method.
We are seeking papers on the theme of “Clientelism in 21st century: Theory and Practice in South Asia” for the summer 2021 issue of the semi-annual scholarly journal, Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies (PJHS), published by the Indiana University Press (Bloomington, USA).
The call for papers for the 2021 Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism Conference on Nationalism and Crisis has been extended to 1st February 2021. Submit your abstract of up to 250 words at asen.ac.uk/conference/abstract. The conference is being held online from 6th to 8th April 2021, and is scheduled for the afternoon in Europe and the morning in the US.
Join us for a free webinar to celebrate Betty Friedan and her legacy. Author, Journalist, Educator, Activist. A visible, ardent, and important advocate for women’s rights, dubbed the “mother” of the modern women’s movement. Author of The Feminine Mystique, 1963. A founder and first president of NOW. She organized the Women’s Strike for Equality on August 26, 1970 on the 50th anniversary of women’s suffrage, to raise awareness about gender discrimination.
Virtual Public Program: UF in the Mississippi Delta. A Decade-Plus of Documenting the Black Freedom Struggle and the Modern Civil Rights Movement
DATE: Wednesday, January 27, 2021
CEPS SEMINARS SERIES IN ETHICS AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 2020-21| ONLINE
Manuscript Workshop on Alessandro Ferrara - Sequential Sovereignty. Constituent Power and Political Liberalism
Monday January 25, 2021 | 14:00-18:30 CET
Tuesday, January 26, 2021| 15:00-18:30 CET
Call for Papers
How are college and university history instructors responding to the recent divisive and fraught political moment, when democracy itself seems at stake? What role do college history courses play in developing student political knowledge and civic capacities? Does such teaching have a role to play in the U.S.