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Call for papers: Collaboration in Eastern Europe during World War II and the Holocaust

The Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI) and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies invite applications for an interdisciplinary conference on complicity and collaboration in World War II and the Holocaust in the eastern part of Europe. The conference will be held December 5-7, 2013 in Vienna. This three-day […]

Call for papers: Doing citizenship. Practices of exclusion, demands of inclusion and new subjectivities in the Middle East and Europe

Recent Middle East revolutions have placed the issue of citizenship at the centre of political reflection. Political conflicts, the debate on the new constitutions and cultural disputes seem to entail different ways of conceiving citizenship, civil and political rights, ideals and practices of belonging, other than implying different levels of recognition: sub-national, national and supranational. […]

Call for papers: Whither the Nation? National identity in the twentieth-century and contemporary Middle East and South Asia

The Orient Institut  and the Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies at the American University of Beirut will be convening a two and half day conference in Beirut (September 27-29) on twentieth-century and contemporary political thought and its dealings with the question of national identity. The aim of the conference will be to discuss […]

Call for papers: Everyday Racism in Transnational Perspective

It has long been commonplace to claim that racism has become one of the defining ideologies of the modern world. Although its historical roots stretch back centuries, racism in a modern sense, especially in terms of its direct links to politics, political parties and institutions, is little more than a century and a half old. […]

Uppsala International Conference on the Discrimination, Marginalization and Persecution of Roma

Research that deals with the discrimination, marginalization and persecution of Roma and Resande/Travelers is an expanding but rather new discipline. There are a few exceptions from the late 1960s and early 1970s, both internationally and in Sweden, but broadly speaking, systematic research was not introduced until the late 1980s. Internationally, there are a number of […]

CRRC Research Methods Conference Tbilisi June 20, 2013

The conference intends to bring together local and international participants that are committed to exploring key methodological issues and advancing practice across the South Caucasus. It will be a relatively small conference (30-35 participants) focused on constructive how-to discussions and offering researchers from different disciplines the opportunity to discuss and compare their methods, thus advancing […]

Minorities and the First World War: Call For Papers

In April 2014, the Department of History & Archaeology of the University of Chester will stage a major international conference on the First World War.  The specific focus of the conference is on the experience of minorities in the conflict, whether on the home fronts or on the various frontlines. The deadline for submission is […]