The End of the Liberal Order? Central, East and Southeast European Populism in Comparative Perspective | GSOSES's IV Annual Conference

The End of the Liberal Order? Central, East and Southeast European Populism in Comparative Perspective

IV Annual Conference of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies

in cooperation with the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London

 

1-3 June 2017, Regensburg (Germany)

 

Soyuz in "Anthropology News": New Pieces by Our Scholars + Call For Submissions

I'm writing to alert you to two new pieces in Anthropology News written by Soyuz scholars.  Tamar Shirinian (Duke University) has a timely contribution on protests that surrounded Armenia's recent constitutional referendum.  "Saying 'No!': Negation as Future Making" is available online for the next six weeks, and will be archived in AnthroSource thereafter.  The next print edition of Anthropology N

CFP for SfAA panel (deadline October 11)

Call for papers for the panel, “Post-socialist Border Crossings:  Destinations, Intermediaries, and New Regimes of Power” to be held at the Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meetings in Vancouver, Canada, March 29-April 2.

Social scientists studying mobility are increasingly asking not only who is able to be mobile, and how, but which groups face impediments to their mobility and in what forms. This panel will consider mobility and immobility in Eurasia. Papers may examine such questions as:

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