Re: Call for Abstracts "Relations to Plants as a Heritage From Below in African Cities", African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA 2022), University of Cape Town, South Africa, April 11-16 2022

Dear colleagues,

The deadline for submitting a paper for our panel "Relations to Plants as a Heritage From Below in African Cities" at the next African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) conference, at the University of Cape Town (South Africa) from 11 to 16 April 2022, has been extended to 30 September. The submission of the paper proposal (max. 250 words) has to be done via this platform: https://2022conference.as-aa.org/submit-work/call-for-abstracts/

Call for Abstracts "Relations to Plants as a Heritage From Below in African Cities", African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA 2022), University of Cape Town, South Africa, April 11-16 2022

Dear colleagues,

Please find a call for abstracts for the panel "Relations to Plants as a Heritage From Below in African Cities", organised by Saheed Aderinto (Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, United States) and myself, at the next African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) conference at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, April 11-16 2022:

CfP: Online Seminar. National Histories, Imperial Memories Representing the Past in Interwar Central Europe and Beyond | Autumn 2021

CALL FOR PAPERS

National Histories, Imperial Memories

Representing the Past in Interwar Central Europe and Beyond

CRAACE online seminar series, Autumn 2021

 

CfA: CBEES Annual Conference 2021 - With and After Empire: Enduring Pasts Across the Local and the Global

CBEES Annual Conference 2021 - With and After Empire: Enduring Pasts Across the Local and the Global

November 24-25, 2021  (virtual format)

 

The call for applications is now open! You are welcome to send in your papers!

Welcome to the 7th Annual Conference of the Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES)!
Södertörn University, Sweden, Stockholm
(Online event)

Zoom conversation: "On the Contested Times of Hagia Sophia"

Dear Colleagues,

Please feel welcome to join me for a discussion with Shannon Dawdy as part of the University of Chicago's 3CT "Things in Theory" conversation series this coming Monday, 5 April, at 12:00 PM Chicago /19:00 CET. 

With apologies for cross posting, and warm wishes,

 

Jeremy Walton

The Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory presents:

 

 

Zoom conversation: "On the Contested Times of Hagia Sophia"

Dear Colleagues,

Please feel welcome to join me for a discussion with Shannon Dawdy as part of the University of Chicago's 3CT "Things in Theory" conversation series this coming Monday, 5 April, at 12:00 PM Chicago /19:00 CET. 

With apologies for cross posting, and warm wishes,

 

Jeremy Walton

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