• Pessac

    Beitragsaufruf - Frühe Neuzeit

    Migrations : traces, inscriptions et textualités

    Europe / Amérique latine

    Le colloque international « Migrations : traces, inscriptions et textualités » visera à comparer les modalités d’expression et de réception d’un concept politiquement et médiatiquement omniprésent dans le débat public européen et latino-américain. Le concept de « migration-s » sera interrogé d’un point de vue à la fois synchronique et généalogique (dans le sens que Michel Foucault lui a donné).

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  • Poitiers

    Beitragsaufruf - Geschichte

    Colonisations, revolutions, and reinventions in early America and the Atlantic World 1600-1848

    8th biannual conference of the European Early American Studies Association

    This call for papers invites established scholars, post-doctoral students and graduate students to re-examine the fundamental concept of Atlantic history in light of current research on the themes of colonisations, revolutions, and reinventions, from 1600 to 1848. It is also an opportunity to examine the history of transformations in early America and, broadly, the early modern world, by taking fuller account of scholarship on the politics of primitive globalisation. We will focus on the empires that organised European settlements in disrupting and dislocating native peoples, prompting indigenous cultures to re-invent themselves; but we will  also be attentive to the processes that led to the formation of new Euro-American societies in the Americas, often shaped by the enslavement of Africans and other forms of unfree labor. In the North-American colonies, the West Indies, India, Latin America, and Africa, entire peoples and their lands were reinvented by trading companies, individual administrators, theoreticians and executors of empires, as well as by those rare voices, many of who were abolitionists, who developed a critical approach to European expansion abroad.

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