• Appel à contribution - Époque contemporaine

    Writing Space with Moving Images: Exhibition, Museum and Urban Itineraries

    This special issue seeks to explore the use of moving images as a museographic tool, distancing itself from the institutions of contemporary art in order to address all forms of writing the exhibition space through cinema, video and other devices linked to moving images, focusing on museums, commercial presentations and fairs, on architectural and urban contexts, in the present or with a historical perspective.

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  • Appel à contribution - Économie

    Entrepreneurial ecosystems in tourism

    Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management

    The purpose of this special issue to be publised in the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management is to expand and boost entrepreneurial ecosystem research in tourism. This can result in a better understanding of how tourism entrepreneurial ecosystems can be conceptualized, how they can be managed and how they can better contribute to entrepreneurship and innovation in tourism. Paper contributions to this special issue should aim to bridge issues of innovation, governance, co-creation processes and entrepreneurships well as the influence of institutional, social and physical contexts on entrepreneurial action.

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  • Louvain

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Missionaries, Modernity and Education

    MiMoRA I

    This research academy will study the theme of christian missionaries, Modernity and education and take place from 13 to 21 September 2018. MiMoRA I will consist of a series of workshops, a methodological session, seminars with keynotes, consultation of Leuven collections (missionary archives and publications at KADOC-KU Leuven and the missionary collections of the Maurits Sabbe Library), and visits to missionary heritage. 

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  • Ottawa

    Appel à contribution - Représentations

    Machines et imaginaires musicaux (1900-1950)

    Cette journée d’étude propose de reconsidérer d’un point de vue historique, esthétique, analytique et socioculturel la place occupée par les machines dans les musiques de la première moitié du XXe siècle, époque de prolifération de la technologie de masse. 

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  • Appel à contribution - Pensée

    Marx, civilized or savage?

    In the occasion of the bicentenary of Marx's birth

    In the occasion of the bicentenary of Karl Marx's birth, Dialogue and Universalism, the philosophical journal of the International Society for Universal Dialogue, dedicates a whole issue to the German revolutionary and founding anatomist of capitalist domination. Its theme is : Karl Marx, civilized or savage? Its main theme is value theory but other topics are welcome.

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  • Paris

    Colloque - Histoire

    Contextualizing bankruptcy

    Publicity, space and time (Europe, 17th to 19th century)

    Although bankruptcy was a rather exceptional situation in the life of a merchant, it has explanatory power for routines of economic stakeholders, for their space of experience and their horizon of expectation. We can therefore use the irregularity of failure as an indicator of regularities. Considering the long, non-uniform and unsteady transition from merchant capitalism to industrial and financial capitalism, we suggest to start a dialogue between modernistes and contemporanéistes. The workshop focuses on the various forms of contextualizing business failure and puts forward three major research axes: Covering and Uncovering: Secrecy and Publicity; Economic Space and Area of Jurisdiction; Temporal Narratives of (In)Solvency.

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  • Sibiu

    Appel à contribution - Époque contemporaine

    Instances of power and cultural discourse

    Intercultural exchange in the age of globalization, second edition

    In the context of today’s social, political and economic changes, power is one of the governing principles of culture. Power comes in many shapes and sizes and it manifests itself under various forms: it can be tyrannical or a combination of forces (Foucault); it can be charismatic, traditional and rational (Weber) or the opposite – manipulative; it can also appear as a system of diluted forces that spring from the “social field” (Bourdieu); it can remain in the unconscious or it can manifest itself in the speech act. However it may appear, it has become clear that power shapes the course of the creation, interpretation and analysis of literary texts and other cultural products.

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  • Liège

    Appel à contribution - Pensée

    Failing identities: Identification and resistance

    The popularity of the concept of identity is to be situated in the aftermath of the linguistic turn, which led to identity being conceived of as the product of discursive interpellations. The pervasive presence of identity as an object of study is, however, and to an even greater degree, also explained by the postmodern critique of universality and the concomitant deconstruction of the universal subject as a fiction subservient to particular (masculine, white, western, heterosexual...) interests.

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  • Budapest

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Academic freedom in historical perspective

    Twenty-five years of “the European Review of History / Revue européenne d’histoire”: An anniversary conference

    Academic freedom is a central idea in modern scholarship. Even if a precise definition of it is difficult to state, it can be understood as the freedom for members of academia to teach and research without being restrained by political or social surveillance. The concept is not legally defined, it proceeds from customs, conventions or even traditions. Legally, discussions on academic freedom fall into the category of freedom of speech, even if this concept only partly corresponds.

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  • Colloque - Histoire

    The Regional and Transregional in Romanesque Art and Architecture

    The categorization of Romanesque by region was a cornerstone of 20th-century scholarship, and the subject is ripe for reappraisal, particularly in relation to transregional and pan-European artistic styles and approaches. In addition to a review of the historiography of the subject, individual papers are concerned with the strength, durability, mutability and geographical scope of regional styles, the extent to which media are important, the assumption and transmission of forms and motifs, the conditions that give rise to the development of transregional styles and the agencies that cut across territorial boundaries.

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  • Appel à contribution - Amériques

    « América Crítica », issue 2(1) – 2018

    The editors are looking for articles, translations, interviews as well as book or performance reviews. América Crítica is a peer reviewed, biannual journal published by CISAP (Centro Interdipartimentale di Studi sull’America Pluriversale) at the University of Cagliari, Italy. It publishes unsolicited articles related to any area of American Studies, Latin American Studies and Hemispheric American Studies (literature, history, linguistics, arts, cultural studies, film studies, politics, social sciences and anthropology). It especially welcomes contributions focusing on a comparative approach, native and/or minority cultures in the Americas, American urban cultures, and marginal and contested cultures and identities in the Americas.

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  • Genève

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Divided memories, shared memories Poland, Russia, Ukraine

    History mirrored in literature and cinema

    In Central and Eastern European countries, memorial questions appeared right after the demise of the communist regimes in 1989–1991, revealing long-denied processes. The phenomenon of the rise of repressed memories along with the rewriting of history, and the political uses of the past are noticeable in Poland, Russia, and Ukraine, three countries whose histories are as often shared as their memories are divided. The “memory wars” in which these three states have sometimes been engaged since the end of the 1980s have been the subject of an abundant historiography.

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  • Coimbra | Lisbonne | Alenquer

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Origins, Evolutions and the Present of the Universal Fraternity Utopia

    This scientific event, under the broad theme of the Holy Spirit and its utopias of fraternity, harmony, peace and justice on Earth, intends to also celebrate five important centenaries, which are interconnected in the active hope of creating a better and more united world.

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  • Paris

    Colloque - Histoire

    National History and New Nationalism in the 21st Century

    Depuis quelques temps, l'histoire nationale de même que l'impact qu'ont certains récits liés à la constitution d'identité ont connu un regain significatif. Le récit d'un exceptionnalisme patriotique, pourtant dépassé par les sciences, revient à la mode. De telles conceptions historiques sont de manière implicite mais parfois aussi de manière explicite dirigées contre des pays voisins et des opposants politiques internes. Elles s’érigent contre des orientations supranationales et universalistes et concrètement contre toutes les formes d’auto-accusations, de remords infondés, d’excuses inappropriées ou de « monuments de la honte » qui entretiendraient le souvenir, voire correspondraient à l'aveu de crimes et de comportement fautifs commis par le passé ou qui contribueraient à dénigrer les prétendus accomplissements d’une civilisation.

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  • Prague

    Appel à contribution - Études des sciences

    Les normes de l'écriture scientifique en discussion

    En sciences sociales, des chercheurs issus de diverses disciplines s’interrogent sur les limites de l’écriture scientifique, par exemple sa dimension narrative et l'ancrage référentiel qui remet en question le statut de crédibilité du texte scientifique. Ces débats sur les formes de l’écriture scientifique seront au cœur de notre atelier. Notre but est d’explorer ces expérimentations scripturales et d’étudier la façon dont elles expriment, problématisent, justifient et/ou renégocient les normes d’écriture qui semblent généralement acceptées dans chaque discipline.

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  • Bichkek

    Colloque - Études du politique

    Cross-border exchanges

    Eurasian perspectives

    Research since the 1990s, has witnessed not only the relaunch and expansion of the European constructions (Maastricht 1991, enlargements of 1995, 2004, 2007, 2013) as well as its hesitations (Brexit 2016+) but also a number of Asian and Eurasian successful initiatives : the Shanghai process (1996 as a group, 2001 as an organisation of 6 members, recently enlarged to 8), the Eurasian process (customs union, economic community, today Eurasian Economic Union with 5 members), and a number of other initiatives, among which the CICA, the Silk road One-Belt-One-Road, not to mention security organisations such as the CSTO and also cooperative associations (ASEAN, SAARC, …). These have added to the landscape formed already by the NATO, the EU, the OSCE, the Council of Europe, etc. Such a « proliferation » of regional (and almost pan-regional) frameworks for cooperation should create a strong incentive to facilitate « exchanges » across borders.

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  • Appel à contribution - Asie

    South Asia from the Lens of Student Politics

    South Asia Multidiciplinary Academic Journal (SAMAJ)

    The papers in the seminar will address a broad range of research questions through acknowledging the regional and national variability of movements across Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. On what issues and identities students mobilise in South Asia? What is the visibility and influence of student politics on society and political process? To which extent student politics is tied to party politics and broader socio-political networks? What means and methods of mobilisation are employed by student activists? How student politics is affected by and reacts to neo-liberalism, consumerism and globalisation?

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  • Madison

    Appel à contribution - Asie

    Rejuvenating politics? Student politics and the history of youth’s political selves in South Asia

    UW Madison conference (October 2018)

    By drawing attention to the historical formation of both master narratives and counter claims developed by educated youth in the postcolonial period, the panel explores the relevance of campus spaces in the fashioning of political selves. After partition, many scholars regretted that students’ ‘movement’ had given way to sporadic, dispersed ‘agitations’, focused primarily on campus issues. Instead of dismissing group-based demands as ‘parochial’, or looking at students’ dispersion as a problem, this panel proposes to explore the myriad ways in which student politics supported, challenged or re-interpreted mainstream understandings of South Asian societies.

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  • Appel à contribution - Langage

    Transnationalism and Modern American Women Writers

    This volume of essays, which will be published in the December 2018 issue of the webjournal E-rea, discusses a broad spectrum of writing by American women who engaged with modernity and national border-crossing in ways that deepen our understanding of modernist literary production of the early and middle years of the twentieth century.

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  • Montrouge

    Appel à contribution - Sociologie

    “Lessons learned”? Studying learning devices and processes in relation to technological accidents

    How do organizations and sociotechnical systems “learn lessons” from accidents? After the Fukushima nuclear accident in March 2011, the immediate and most significant direct response by industry, governments and regulatory agencies was that they would learn from the accident. Such framing of accidents, disasters or crises as opportunities to improve the operation and regulation of sociotechnical systems has become an increasingly prominent feature of discourses following adverse events. This learning idiom is also taken up by social scientists who study accidents, be these nuclear, chemical, air traffic, railway, oil spills, or “natural” disasters. Such studies claim to provide a more complex account of accident causes and consequences , compared to the narratives produced by institutional actors.

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