The recent refugee crisis started by the ongoing war in Syria caught Europeans by surprise. The wave of refugees (and later migrants from other regions) who came to the EU posed a huge logistic, social and political challenge both for individual member states and the EU. While protecting those who flee war is among the core of European values, translating these values into practical political response is...

Conference theme: The migration and mobility of people, whether forced by circumstances of violence, conflict or poverty or as a certain choice during people’s live, is a phenomenon of all times. However, worldwide globalization processes have accelerated these phenomena and the influences they have on the social, cultural, economic and political fabric of societies. On top, several conflicts...

Cultural Landscapes in Central and Eastern Europe after World War II and the Collapse of Communism Wrocław, Poland, 19-21 September 2018 The end of World War II saw large parts of Central European countries in ruin. The borders were changed after the Potsdam conference, leading to mass deportations and resettlement of millions of people. Vast areas of multi-ethnic borderlands that had been typical of the...

Call for Papers A conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Central and Eastern European Politics Political Leaders in Central and Eastern Europe: Roles, Actions and Consequences 19-21 April 2018  Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca (Romania)   The political leadership lies at the origin of most transformations in democracies today, e.g. policies, institutional gridlocks, radicalization. An...

  2018 Salzburg Conference in Interdisciplinary Poverty Research University of Salzburg, 13 & 14 September 2018   The Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research of the University of Salzburg (CEPR) organizes an annual conference since 2013. These conferences are interdisciplinary and open to all interested researchers, practitioners and policy makers. They aim to bring together current research...

Second World War Research Group Annual Conference, 14-15 June 2018 Strand Campus, King’s College, London Keynotes: Professor Nicholas Stargardt (University of Oxford) and Dr Daniel Todman (Queen Mary University of London)   For the major Allied powers, the Second World War has long been seen as a ‘good’ war. This has led to a mythologised version of the conflict developing in the...

School of Advanced Study, Senate House London 21-22 June 2018 The Global Decolonization Workshop (GDW) is a new collaboration between the School of Advanced Study (University of London) and New York University.  It seeks to forge a global forum for knowledge exchange in the interdisciplinary field of decolonization studies.  This series was launched at the University of London in Paris (ULIP) in...

The University of Tartu Narva College and Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies invite young scholars to the Narva XVIII International Student Research Conference «Neglecting the borders: Dimensions of EU-RUS relations» to be held on 19-21 April, 2018. You are welcome to take part in academic discussions led by students and young scholars in the EU-Russia border town of Narva. If you are...

General Information on the Conference Each year the Midwest Slavic Association and CSEES partner together to host the Midwest Slavic Conference. The conference has been held on the OSU campus since 2003 and is normally held in the spring. Participation is open to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and independent scholars from across the United States and abroad. Approximately 30 panels are held...

The  China-Africa  Research  Initiative  (CARI)  at  the  Johns  Hopkins  University  School  of  Advanced International Studies (SAIS) is pleased to announce  a  Call for Papers for its fourth annual conference: "Matters of State: Politics, Governance, and Agency in China-Africa Engagement."  The conference will be held at Johns...

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