Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics 2018 Travel Grants
Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics 2018 Research Fellowship
This Special Issue of Societies invites scholars to examine both the social and political circumstances in which death and dying are experienced. The issue pays close attention to the abundant socio-political changes, nationally and internationally, which directly and indirectly influence how people die or experience the death of a loved one. The last ten years alone, not only in the UK, the care of the dying and bereaved has seen increasing interest by governments, while medical, clinical and technical approaches pertain.
3rd DisourseNet Congress in collaboration with ALED
Knowledge and Power in a Polycentric World
Discourses across languages, cultures and space
11-14 September 2019
Paris Seine, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France
5th International Summer School
Governance, Conflict and Peace Building
3-14 September 2018
Department of Political Science, University of Peshawar
The Collaborative Research Center of the Goethe Frankfurt University would like to cordially invite you to the international conference “MACHINERY OF VIOLENCE – Resource, Mobilization, and Scale” at Goethe Frankfurt University, Germany, on May 18th- 19th, 2018.
We will hold an international seminar on the Asia-Pacific studies on 26 May 2018 (Saturday) at Osaka University (Toyonaka Campus). We have the honor to have Dr. Henna-Rikka Pennanen at Osaka University. Her seminar paper will be ready (1 week prior to the seminar) which is available only for participants. We are also looking for discussants. If you are willing to attend either as participants or as discussants, please let me know. Yone Sugita: email@example.com
International Security Studies at Yale invites junior scholars (doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows) conducting research on international security and grand strategy to submit papers for presentation at the Yale Brady-Johnson International Security Studies Research Workshop to be held on September 21–22, 2018.
ABC-CLIO is seeking authors to write short books for a new series, "Religion in Politics and Society Today." Each book is around 70,000 words and examines a broad topic related to the intersection of religion, politics, and contemporary society. Intended for advanced high school students and undergraduates, each book provides a short overview essay, chronology, 40 to 50 encyclopedia entries, and an annotated bibliography. Possible volume topics include: