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NATIONS AND RELATIONS: NATIONALISM, NATIONAL IDENTITIES, AND INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS

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Publié le samedi 07 octobre 2000 par Marin Dacos

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CALL FOR PAPERS INTERNATIONAL SECURITY STUDIES AT YALE UNIVERSITY APRIL 6-7, 2001 On 6-7 April 2001, International Security Studies at Yale University will host a conference that will examine national ideas and identities and their relati

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CALL FOR PAPERS

INTERNATIONAL SECURITY STUDIES AT YALE UNIVERSITY
APRIL 6-7, 2001


On 6-7 April 2001, International Security Studies at Yale University
will host a conference that will examine national ideas and
identities and their relationships with international environments.

Conference themes may include: national identities and international
conflict; nation-states and the world economy; interactions between
national and imperial identities; colonial nationalisms; migration,
identity, and diaspora nationalisms; plural identities and their
international implications; irredentism and stateless nations;
competing conceptions of nationhood and sovereignty; international
discourses of legitimacy and the construction of nations.

Papers should focus on historical issues rather than dealing solely
with current affairs or policies. Papers on Europe are welcome; those
focusing on regions outside Europe and North America are also
encouraged. Comparative approaches to this topic are especially
welcome.

All prospective panelists should submit by October 23, 2000 a 500
word abstract summarizing their thesis and supporting evidence, a
curriculum vita, and the e-mail address of the author or, for panel
proposals, a designated contact person. Submissions may be made
electronically in IBM/MSW format. Panel proposals consisting of a
commentator and three participants, who must come from at least two
institutions, are welcome. Notifications regarding acceptance will
be made by November 16.

Presenters should provide a copy of their paper by March 2, 2001.
Papers should not exceed ten pages in length (excluding footnotes).
ISS will reimburse reasonable expenses for presenters who travel by
train from within the north-east corridor, and pay for up to two
nights of shared hotel accommodation in New Haven.

Paper abstracts, panel proposals, or questions may be directed to:

Dr. Ted R. Bromund
International Security Studies
Yale University
P.O. Box 208353
New Haven, CT 06520-8353
Phone: (203) 432-6248
Fax: (203) 432-6250

theodore.bromund@yale.edu

Dates

  • mercredi 28 février 2001

Contacts

  • Theodore Bromund
    courriel : theodore [dot] bromund [at] yale [dot] edu

Pour citer cette annonce

« Nations and relations », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le samedi 07 octobre 2000, http://calenda.org/185780