Salvaging Hope and Seeking Survival: Futurities in postwar borderlands and Broken Ecologies after wars (EASA panel)

The panel is Salvaging Hope and Seeking Survival is organized by Dr. Younes Saramifar (VU Amsterdam) and Dr Sana Chavoshian (ZMO) for the European Association of Social Anthropology 2022 Belfast.  We invite those interested to submit their proposals. We hope that you join the panel for lively discussions and future collaboration. Submission must be via EASA portal however, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us for any inquiries.

The panel's abstract:

Call for Papers | Uncertainty: The Indo-Pacific Region and American Foreign Policy (March 2022, UT-Austin)

With support from the America in the World Consortium, the Clements Center for National Security (UT-Austin), in cooperation with the Kissinger Center for Global Affairs (JHU-SAIS), and the Duke University Program in American Grand Strategy, invites students, scholars, and policy practitioners to submit proposals for a one-day conference on issues f

CfP: Uncertainty: The Indo-Pacific Region and American Foreign Policy

With support from the America in the World Consortium, the Clements Center for National Security (UT-Austin), in cooperation with the Kissinger Center for Global Affairs (JHU-SAIS), and the Duke University Program in American Grand Strategy, invites students, scholars, and policy practitioners to submit proposals for a one-day conference on issues facing the Indo-Pacific region and its role in American foreign policy and strategy.

Call for Papers | Uncertainty: The Indo-Pacific Region and American Foreign Policy

Call For Papers: Uncertainty: The Indo-Pacific Region and American Foreign Policy

With support from the America in the World Consortium, the Clements Center for National Security (UT-Austin), in cooperation with the Kissinger Center for Global Affairs (JHU-SAIS), and the Duke University Program in American Grand Strategy, invites students, scholars, and policy practitioners to submit proposals for a one-day conference on issues facing the Indo-Pacific region and its role in American foreign policy and strategy.

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