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  • Louvain-la-Neuve

    Call for papers - Sociology

    Migrations and cultural diversity - annual doctoral seminar (2016/2017)

    Séminaire doctoral annuel

    Cet appel à contributions s’adresse à tout doctorant ou post-doctorant intéressé par le champ des études migratoires et post-migratoires et/ou des théories de l’intégration (diversité sociale et culturelle dans les sociétés contemporaines). Il concerne tant les jeunes chercheurs inscrits à l’école doctorale thématique en sciences sociales (EDTSS), que des doctorants rattachés à d’autres écoles doctorales en communauté française ou ailleurs. Toute problématique en lien avec le champ de recherche peut faire l’objet d’une communication. 

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  • Le Mans

    Call for papers - Modern

    Conflicts of memory: arts, history, commemorations

    This conference will focus not only on historical events which fuel conflicting memories, but also on works of art – including those produced at the margins of institutions – which encourage or undermine the consensual interpretations of the past. Do artworks promoting a reinterpretation of the past help foster a new type of relationship between the present and the past? Do they open onto a different future? Some works spark off debates and suggest that memory is imbued with potentially irreconcilable sentiments. Historical materials and artworks convey this tension, articulating the gap between dominant and dominated memories. Does art help resolve conflicts or does it perpetuate them? Comparing different artists’ original takes on similar historical events may help us better understand the stakes behind conflicting memories.

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  • Birmingham

    Call for papers - Political studies

    Rights and Representations

    Foreign Language Film Conference V

    Submissions are invited for the fifth Foreign Language Film Conference, on the theme of Rights and Representations. In this historic setting of the American South, and in conjunction with Birmingham's 50th anniversary remembrance of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing, FLFC celebrates civil and human rights. Scholars will consider the question of civil rights in international cinematic traditions. How does film as an art and a genre represent civil rights, and human rights? What are the places of rebellion, terrorism, or non-violent resistance in forging individual freedoms, and how is this reflected in national cinematic traditions? How do international films address issues of discrimination, violence, repression, the struggle for social equality ? On the pedagogical side of the question, how do films about civil rights teach their viewers about international cultural and political traditions and movements ? How are these films incorporated into classroom discussions of global civil rights ?

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