• Louvain-la-Neuve

    Call for papers - Sociology


    The concept's political uses and potentials

    In this workshop, we seek to explore the opportunities and challenges surrounding the potential political uses of the concept of resonance. This effort seems even more important given that very little literature has been dedicated to the topic.

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  • Ljubljana

    Summer School - Europe

    Eastern Mediterranean coastal and island environments

    Natural resources, their uses and perceptions (15th-18th centuries)

    The workshop invites mainly, but non-exclusively, Master’s, PhD students and early career researchers of history, archival studies, archaeology, archaeobotany, archaeozoology, palynology, and palaeoclimatology. Three main themes will be examined: Primary sources, be they written documents, paleodata, or archeological material; Environmental transformations in periods of political, social and economic change; Connections between regional and local environmental transformations.

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  • Pisa

    Call for papers - History

    The Global Shift in Mobility and Migration Governance in the Long 1970s

    This conference will delve into the transformation of migration patterns, perceptions, and policies during the long 1970s and how they may have contributed to the current immigration challenges faced by developed countries.

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  • Seminar - Sociology

    Bourdieu, Work, and Inequality

    How are class, gender, and ethnoracial inequalities made, maintained, or resisted in the workplace and the labor market? The Bourdieu, Work, and Inequality (BWI) online seminar series offers a platform for researchers who engage with the work of Pierre Bourdieu to answer these questions across a broad range of contexts.   

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  • Constanţa

    Call for papers - History

    Cooperation and Controversy. The 14th Annual International Conference on Baltic and Nordic Studies

    The purpose of the conference is to shed light on cooperation and controversy aspects in Scandinavia, the Baltic Sea Region, and beyond. It examines the two topics through the lens of cultural and literary studies (including arts such as drama, theater, cinema, etc.), history, economic and trade analysis, political science, military analysis, and international relations, among other multidisciplinary angles. We thus invite researchers from all of these fields to submit proposals for panels and individual papers, thereby facilitating inter-disciplinary dialogues at the conference.

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  • Summer School - Europe

    (De)Constructing Europe

    Euroscepticism, Right Wing Politics, and the Crisis of European Democracy

    The Hamburg Summer School for Social Research, jointly organized by the Hamburg Institute for Social Research (HIS) and the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, sets out to critically examine the diagnosis of a current crisis of European integration and democracy.

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  • Paris

    Summer School - Modern

    Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Climate and Biodiversity Crises

    Historical evolutions, current realities, and future pathways for socio-ecological transformation

    Over the past centuries, the industrialisation of Western societies gradually impacted nature, and environmental problems increased with globalisation during the last decades. As a consequence, we are now experiencing major crises which are linked with each other: biodiversity is disappearing faster and faster, and global warming is escalating, not only causing unprecedented damage to the Earth, but also unequally and unfairly affecting different parts of the world. In this context, our summer school proposes to bring together an interdisciplinary range of researchers interested in the various implications and interconnections of the climate crisis and the biodiversity crisis.

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  • Sibiu

    Call for papers - Thought

    Fear and Literature

    Lucian Blaga Yearbook / Caietele Lucian Blaga

    The actuality of this type of theme, fear and literature, is born out of the experience of the past years, when the pandemic brought about various reformulations, including of literature, but also out of the mutations which have arisen throughout the cultural ages under the influence of fear, analysed from a philosophical, literary, or cultural point of view in relation to all cultural products.


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  • Belfast

    Call for papers - Prehistory and Antiquity

    Interdisciplinary Perspectives into Roman Commerce, Economy and the Acquisition of New Tastes during the Roman Period from the 4th Century BC Onwards

    29th EAA Annual Meeting

    From the 4th century BC onwards, the expansion of the Roman Empire, eventually, over large parts of Europe had a significant impact on society. The creation of a new transport network and the emergence of cities were two of the most important and lasting changes brought about. As Rome expanded and developed contacts with other cultures far beyond the Mediterranean, new tastes and social practices were also acquired, often manifested in material culture. This session aims to explore Roman commerce and economy through different lines of evidence (e.g. archaeobiological remains, ceramics, inscriptions, landscape archaeology etc.). In addition, it aims to investigate the role of the ancient transport network in the process of urbanisation and/or the acquisition of new ‘tastes’.

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  • Milan

    Call for papers - Europe

    Promoting the Made in Italy Brand (1948-1960)

    Histories of Italian craft and design for the 21st century

    The conference Promoting the Made in Italy Brand (1948-1960) will reflect on the meaning of 1950s Italian design on a global scale and from a multi-disciplinary perspective. It aims to highlight the presence of an Italian creative heritage spanning all aspects of design (including architecture, fashion, furniture, product and graphic design, and transport). It will examine the many ways to experience Italian design both inside and outside the museum through the lens of a post-pandemic world.

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  • Rio de Janeiro

    Miscellaneous information - Urban studies

    What is an egalitarian city?

    In this roundtable, professors Jonathan Wolff (University of Oxford) and Avner de-Shalit (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) will discuss their work in progress, focused on the topic of urban injustices. Employing a methodological approach merging normative expertise with applied reflections, supported by data from interviews with over 180 people worldwide, Wolff and de-Shalit set out to conceptualize a city in which individuals relate to each other as equals.

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  • Scholarship, prize and job offer - Sociology

    Borders, Contestation and Conflict

    Beyond Borders 2023

    Beyond borders provides scholarships for different stages of Ph.D. research. It supports research about borders and boundaries in past and present times and promotes interdisciplinary exchange in the social sciences and humanities.

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  • Paris | Fontainebleau

    Call for papers - Representation

    The Agency of Plants in the Literature and the Arts of the French- and English-Speaking Worlds (19th c. – 21st c.)

    We would like to invite contributors to rethink the agency of plants in the literature and arts of the anglophone and the francophone worlds from the nineteenth century to the present day. The aim of the conference is to reflect on the active role of plants in texts and visual representations, and think about the aesthetic, political, and epistemological implications of this form of agency. We will analyse the way in which plants act upon and with the human world from an anthrodecentric perspective. We will look at how plants can organise or disorganise our world, call into question established truths, and shape power relations, including political ones.

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  • Teramo

    Call for papers - Europe

    De habitudine Ordinis ad artem

    Arts, Religion and Culture in the Capuchin Order between the 16th and 18th centuries

    The Conference De habitudine Ordinis ad artem. Arts, Religion and Culture in the Capuchin Order between the 16thand 18th centuries aims to explore the difficult and elusive relationship between art culture, religion and the Capuchin Order on an international level, with particular attention to the historical context and the religious dimension, considered an essential prerequisite for understanding artists, the production of art objects, patronage and relations with the secular world on a global scale. With the aim of fostering discussion and scientific debate, any contributions concerning further aspects relevant to the theme of the conference that has not been made explicit above will also be taken into consideration.

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  • Paris

    Call for papers - History

    Teaching film practices in higher education: historical and contemporary perspectives

    Research on art pedagogy has been expanding in recent years. The research project “The practice of cinema in higher education: for a comparative approach to the teaching of film practice in art schools” has sought to fill in several scientific gaps in this field of research. The present call for papers welcomes texts dealing with the teaching of cinematographic practices in higher education, and particularly in schools dedicated to the teaching of the arts, including cinema,  in France and abroad.

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  • Paris

    Seminar - Representation

    TACT: Touch, Arts, Affects

    This new interdisciplinary seminar series seeks to interrogate the experience of touch in works of art and to explore the diversity of haptic affects across artistic media.

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  • Call for papers - Prehistory and Antiquity

    From Athens to Samarqand

    Spatial Perception in Antiquity from the Eastern Mediterranean to the Taklamakan Desert

    Spatial perception in antiquity is a fruitful and intriguing research area that has already received attention since the late 18th century. The development of separate disciplines dealing with different cultures and sources has, however, led to an often-isolated treatment of such topics in the specific fields of history, philology and (historical) linguistics. This conference intends to provide the opportunity to overcome such isolated treatment and to strengthen the cooperation between the fields by establishing interdisciplinary discussions.

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  • Leuven

    Call for papers - Europe

    Between Conflict and Accommodation? Christian-Democracy and the Rise of “new social movements”, 1960s-1990s

    The aim of this conference is to analyze the relation, conflicts and exchanges, between Christian-democracy and the so-called “new social movements” fromthe 1960s until the early 1990s. It wantsto adopt a reciprocal perspective, looking at the ways in which Christian-Democratic parties and related movements reacted in response to the emergence and development of these movements from the 1960s onwards, and, inversely, at the ways in which these “new social movements” were interconnected, in real and imagined terms, to Christian-Democracy. The geographical scope is not limited to Western Europe, but also includes other regions, most notably Latin America.

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  • New York

    Call for papers - History

    Archiving Fashion Conference: Mapping Fashion Collections

    Following the “Archiving Fashion Workshop” held at The American University in Paris in June 2022, The Fashion Institute of Technology-State University of New York will host an international academic conference, “Archiving Fashion: Mapping Fashion Collections,” on November 11th, 2023 in New York City. This conference will gather scholars, researchers, archivists, librarians, faculty, students, and professionals for a one-day event (with optional second day of programming for speakers) to discuss the present and future of fashion and textiles, and related material, in archives. Papers considering the impact on access to archives and libraries during the Covid-19 pandemic and the various institutional responses to it, as well as other topics, are welcome.

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  • Bucharest

    Call for papers - History

    What Does “Presentism” Stand For? Towards a Critical Appraisal of the Presentist “Turn”

    Our one-day conference at the New Europe College, Bucharest aims to explore the meanings and politics of 'presentism', and welcomes contributions from historians, political theorists, philosophers, media or film scholars, or sociologists of science. 

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