• Call for papers - Economics

    Journal of Excellence for Economics and Management Research (JEEMR) - varia

    Volume 08, issue 01 one

    The editorial board of the Journal of Excellence for Economic and Management Research (JEEMR), issued by the Faculty of Economic, Commercial and Management Sciences at Ammar Thilliji University in Laghouat - Algeria, is pleased to invite all researchers and academics in the field of economic and management sciences to submit their research in the volume 08, issue 01 one.

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  • Lille

    Call for papers - Religion

    Sciences, Technosciences and Faith in the Era of Integral Ecology

    From Laudato si’ (2015 Pope Francis) it touches climate questions and issues of urgency, in particular social urgency, and has an impact on social and antropological questions. Pope Francis considers the cry of nature and the cry of the poor in the same movement. The Orthodox viewpoint is expressed by Patriarch Batholomew 1st, and Protestant viewpoints such as the Lutheran calling for a just, peaceful and reconciled world are also needed. A global discussion on the concept of integral ecology will be part of our conference, in relation with the science and theology relationship, both from concepts and from field experiences.

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  • Norwich

    Call for papers - History

    Ideas of Europe and Images of Russia. From the Eighteenth Century to the Present

    XV Annual Conference of the Research Network on the History of Idea of Europe

    (Western) European perceptions of and discourses about Russia tell us much more about Europe’s self-perceptions (and delusions) than about Russia itself. And the same holds true for Russian views about Europe. Underlying such a complex identity-formation processes is an often troublesome intellectual dialogue between Europe and Russia, between two closely entwined entities. One of the purposes of this international conference, is to shed light on such a dialogue, discern its main elements, and its untold assumptions and underlying prejudices. The overall aim is to examine how images of Europe and discussions about Russian identity have interacted and influenced each other. Embracing a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach, the conference aims to engage intellectual, cultural, social, and art historians as well as literary scholars and political theorists. 

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  • Nanterre

    Call for papers - Education

    Artificial Intelligence in Education / Disembodied interactions

    Advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are changing how languages are being taught and learned. Existing AI technologies can plan entire lessons for teachers and even provide realistic communication practice for learners; it is therefore important to analyze how these tools are being used and how they are shaping language learning experiences, and education in general. This first international joint conference group invites researchers from all over to join the discussion on this rapidly evolving field. Specialists in a variety of fields, including but not to limited linguistics, education, communications, and public policy, are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.

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  • Stockholm

    Call for papers - History

    Political Histories of Conflict: Social Cleavages, Political Ideologies, Clashes of Sovereignty

    Current events require a major revaluation of traditional approaches to social unrest, political division, and war. This conference seeks to take stock from a historical perspective and stimulate deeper inquiries into the causes and processes of political conflict, thus investigating historical issues that are highly relevant in the world of today.

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  • Pisa

    Call for papers - Modern

    Krisis. For a History from the Middle Ages to the Contemporary Age

    The doctoral students of the Advanced Course in History at the Scuola Normale Superiore are organizing the first International PhD Workshop, dedicated to the theme of crisis from the Middle Ages to the Contemporary Age. With this workshop, we aim to open a dialogue around the theme within the panels, spanning medieval, modern, and contemporary history, attempting to examine how crises andemergencies have been perceived, conceptualized, framed, and governed throughout history indifferent fields: from politics to economics, from the environment to culture.

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  • Paris

    Call for papers - Representation

    Histories of Photography from the Struggles for Independence: practices, circulations and aesthetics

    It's a well-known fact that the history of photography as a discipline has for the most part been constructed as that of "Western" photography, more specifically that of Europe and the United States. Between the introduction of so-called "extra-Western" photographers on the contemporary art market since the 1990s and the numerous works on the history of the medium during colonial periods, there is still a lack of information on the history of photography from the liberation and independence struggles onwards, from a global and transnational perspective, across all geographical zones. The aim of this colloquium is to highlight the histories of photography generated during the processes of decolonization, while rethinking methodological and aesthetic approaches to the medium that are still too Western-centric.

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  • Call for papers - Thought

    Liberty on parole? Challenges in interactivity

    Journal “AN-ICON. Studies in Environmental Images”

    The cfp, edited by Pietro Montani and Andrea Pinotti, is titled “Liberty on parole? Challenges in interactivity” and it's dedicated to the evolving forms of interactivity in the contemporary mediascapes, the issues it raises, as well as its limitations. To what extent does interactivity emancipate the user and redefines the roles both of producer and consumer? To what extent is interactivity outlined as yet another articulation of that inevitable observance of rules (Crary 1990) that marks by definition every relationship of the observer with the media with which he interacts? To what extent does the gained freedom remain a form of freedom conditioned by structural constraints, a liberty on parole?

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  • Paris

    Call for papers - History

    Architecture of the Past: inspiration for the Future

    Architecture, in response to universal needs, has developed in various forms, in diverse environments, and consequently offers a multiplicity of solutions. This diversity of construction types is of interest to numerous disciplines that do not often have the opportunity to exchange ideas. The aim of this interdisciplinary event is to bring together archaeologists, historians, architects, artisans, conservators, restorers, and ethnologists to share their work and research on architectural practices and structures that are relevant to approach current and future environmental, social, and economic challenges. This event will also discuss how the architecture of tomorrow is also invented with an eye to the past, whether it be sophisticated or vernacular, regardless of materials, period, or geographical and cultural area. A list of themes are suggested and detailed in the full call for proposal.

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  • Prague

    Call for papers - History

    Punish and Rehabilitate through Work

    Institutions, Discourses, and Agency in Central, Eastern, and Western Europe at the End of the 19th and in the first half of the 20th century

    In this workshop, we aim to bring together scholars from various fields, mainly experts in the history of social policies, history of convict or forced labour, histories of diverse marginalised or criminalised groups, history of criminology and penal law, and history of prisons and prison reform. Our intention is to explore the locally diverse disciplinary institutions such as continental workhouses, reformatories for young offenders, forced labour camps, etc. from various perspectives. These institutions could be located at the nexus of confinement, labour, and rehabilitation.

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  • Call for papers - Sociology

    Local knowledge and small-scale communities: social sciences perspectives on sustainability

    Journal «Forum Sociológico»

    Journal Forum Sociológico has an open call for papers on the scope of a special issue about local knowledge and small-scale communities throught the social sciences perspectives on sustainability. The issue, edited by Joana Sá Couto, Cristiano Pereira and Júlio Sá Rêgo, aims to focus on the importance of local and/or small-scale community knowledge in relation to everyday life and its elements, in the management of natural resources and its need to be valued at a political level.

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  • Conference, symposium - Language

    Waterphors 2024

    The Centre d’Études Linguistiques – Corpus, Discours et Sociétés (University of Lyon – Jean Moulin Lyon 3) will organize a symposium on April 4 to April 5, 2024. The theme is dedicated to water metaphors (“Waterphors 2024”).

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  • Call for papers - Language

    Words about Memory

    “Words about…” #1 – Lexis – Journal in English Lexicology

    Memory, defined by the OED as “[t]he faculty by which things are remembered; the capacity for retaining, perpetuating, or reviving the thought of things past”, is a key topic in the development and functioning of contemporary societies, whether in the form of the duty of remembrance, computer memory or memory disorders affecting an ageing population. Memory is addressed by many disciplines, each with its own objectives and characteristics, so that it may seem pointless to speak of memory as a single entity: clearly, memory has multiple facets, which this issue of Lexis sets out to explore. The journal Lexis Journal in English Lexicology specializes in lexical questions and will contribute to the study of memory by clarifying the uses of this polysemous and polyphonic word.

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  • Vienna

    Call for papers - Education

    Challenging the Reproduction of Inequality Through Higher Education

    Critical Approaches in Romani Studies and Beyond

    This conference aims to facilitate critical discussions about initiatives that promote or support opportunities for persons belonging to racialized and oppressed groups to access higher education. The conference seeks to promote the participation of Romani scholars andprofessionals, including those who took part in such programs earlier, and facilitate a knowledge exchange amongst various scholars and professionals from the educational and social sciences.

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  • Call for papers - Political studies

    Alternative Mediatization of Politics: Self-Media, Web TV, and Opinion Channels

    Altermédiatisation du politique : self-médias, Web TV et chaînes d’opinion

    The forthcoming issue of the Cahiers Protagoras invites authors to delve into the mechanisms by which the (ideological) monopoly of information is circumvented and challenged. Another objective is to comprehend the mediagenic strategies deployed by political actors — mediagénie, defining their inclination to “achieve their full potential by choosing the media partner that suits them best” (Marion, 1997). Evaluating the mediativity [médiativité] of these new political communication mechanisms (each medium possessing a 'specific imaginary') is another potential area for analysis. Finally, an examination of moderation and regulation practices specific to these emerging media spaces is anticipated.

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  • Call for papers - Ethnology, anthropology

    Trans, queer and “third gender” people in Muslim countries

    Journal “Anthropology of the Middle East” (AME) – Issue 20.1 (Summer 2025)

    Today, despite some prohibitions, more and more trans and queer people are asserting their gender identity in Muslim societies. Over and above the importance of gender binarity and spatial separation in Muslim countries, there are many historical figures of "third gender", to use the concept introduced by the anthropologist Gilbert Herdt. In the Muslim world, the term "third gender" generally refers to the eunuch of Ottoman harems, but there are many other figures in the Islamic context, varying from countries (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Mauritania, Egypt, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Albania...) and times. As the vocabulary and realities are plural, depending on the country and the period, the specificities of these figures and their names will be analyzed, as well as the ways in which these groups or individuals designate themselves. This issue will examine these figures collectively as a group (hijra, trans, queer...), and their role and social status, but will also look at them as individuals.

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  • Call for papers - Modern

    Scandals and Politicization of (Anti)Corruption.

    From Loyal Subjects to Mass Politics (14th - 20th Centuries)

    This international workshop aims to consider the politicizing potential of scandals. Here, politicization is understood broadly as all the notions and ideas that make people have political awareness and help them define the sphere of the political. They foster public outrage, but proposalsand solutions can be alternative and even antagonistic. Considering scandals throughout different national and chronological frames, from the admonitionsfound in the mirrors for princes (specula principum) to mass demonstrations in the interwar years, by way of the causes célèbres of the Ancien Régime, the aim is to encourage historiographical debate on the capacity of political scandals to mobilize all social classes, revise social values and influence individuals’ ideologies.

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  • Belval

    Call for papers - History

    Public History and Community-Based Research

    EUROPAST Mid-Project Conference

    The EUROPAST consortium now welcomes applications for its 2024 Mid­-Project Conference titled Public History and Community-Based Research, which will take place on 5-6 July 2024. The conference will be hosted by the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH, University of Luxembourg). Participants will enjoy an international and multicultural environment in the heart of Western Europe.

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  • Tours

    Summer School - History

    Summer University dedicated to Food and Drink Studies

    Since 2003, our summer university has positionned itself as a leading platform for reflection on new research in Food Studies. After several thematic editions, this 2024 edition will continue its ambition to provide a resolutely broad overview of these fields of research from a multidisciplinary perspective. Over the last twenty years or so, new themes have emerged and given new impetus to research in food studies. How do they fit together within the various disciplines of humanities and social sciences, from anthropology and history to sociology and literary studies ? How can young researchers position themsleves in relation to the wide-ranging possibilities offered by this field of research ? Leading specialists from different disciplinary backgrounds will address these questions through the prism of their own research. 

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  • Oran

    Call for papers - Economics

    Accounting and sustainable development: What about Tomorrow's Challenges?

    The symposium "Accounting and Sustainable Development: What about Tomorrow's Challenges?" aims to highlight the current and future issues of accounting in the context of sustainable development. It offers a platform for exchange and sharing of experiences between accounting professionals, researchers, policymakers, and actors in sustainable development.

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