Posts Tagged 'CfP'

CfP: Time and Temporality / Special Issue “Frontiers of Literary Studies in China” (FLSC)

Time and Temporality

A proposed special issue of

Frontiers of Literary Studies in China (FLSC)

Edited by Carlos Rojas

Although considerable attention has been given to the ways in which Chinese literature has used the past to critique the present, there has been comparatively less discussion of literature’s engagement with issues of futurity or with the nature of temporality itself. This special issue of Frontiers will examine shifting understandings of temporality in Chinese literature, including notions of historicity and futurity, as ...

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CfP: Women, Writing and Visuality in Contemporary China / Special Issue „Frontiers of Literary Studies in China“ (FLSC)

Women, Writing and Visuality in Contemporary China

A proposed special issue of

Frontiers of Literary Studies in China (FLSC)

Edited by Géraldine Fiss and Li Guo

Chinese women writers and filmmakers today contribute in unique and significant ways to cultural change, while both embodying and transcending feminist concerns. Rather than perpetuating 20th century discourses concerning women’s emancipation, many contemporary women intellectuals, writers and visual artists are articulating new forms of consciousness and addressing pivotal concerns of our time in provocative, oftentimes ...

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CfP EUROSEAS 2015 Panel: „Cambodia: The 2013 elections and beyond“

Call for Papers
8th EuroSEAS Conference, Vienna
August 11-14, 2015

Panel  „Cambodia: The 2013 elections and beyond“

Convenors:

Astrid Norén-Nilsson, KITLV Leiden (astrid.nn@gmail.com )
Joern Dosch, University of Rostock (joern.dosch@uni.rostock.de )

Description of Panel

The July 2013 elections signal a sea change in the Cambodian political landscape. For the first time since the 1993 re-introduction of multi-party elections, the steady increase in the Cambodian People’s Party’s vote has been broken. Political competition ...

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CfP EUROSEAS 2015 Panel: “Sport and Body Culture in Southeast Asia”

Call for Papers
8th EuroSEAS Conference, Vienna
August 11-14, 2015

Panel “Sport and Body Culture in Southeast Asia”

Conveners:

Friederike Trotier, Department of Southeast Asian Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt (trotier@em.uni-frankfurt.de )
Lena Pawelke, Institute of Sport and Sport Science, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg (lena.giselbrecht@sport.uni-freiburg.de )

Description of Panel

“Sport has the power to change the world.” (Nelson Mandela) In every part of the world, sport in its diverse facets fascinates people and penetrates many ...

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CfP EUROSEAS 2015 Panel: „Urbanism and Communication in Southeast Asia“

Call for Papers
8th EuroSEAS Conference, Vienna
August 11-14, 2015

Panel Urbanism and Communication in Southeast Asia“

Conveners:

Sandra Kurfürst, Global South Studies Center, University of Cologne, s.kurfuerst@uni-koeln.de
Tim Kaiser, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Institute for Educational Science, tim.kaiser@erziehung.uni-giessen.de

Description of Panel

Cities can be comprehended as networks of communication between people, architectonic objects, physical facts, nature etc.; Urbanism and Communication are therefore closely interrelated. Based on our own research on cities in Vietnam, ...

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CfP EUROSEAS 2015 Panel: „Indigenous mediascapes in Indonesia“

Call for Papers
8th EuroSEAS Conference, Vienna
August 11-14, 2015

Panel „Indigenous mediascapes in Indonesia“

Conveners:

Prof. Dr. Birgit Bräuchler, Institut für Ethnologie, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, braeuchler@em.uni-frankfurt.de

Description of Panel

The international advancement of collective human rights led to the adoption of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in 2007. It included the right of indigenous peoples to establish their own media and to have access to ...

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CfP EUROSEAS 2015 Panel: “Security Governance in Southeast Asia and role of the United States – Continuity and Change”

Call for Papers
8th EuroSEAS Conference, Vienna
August 11-14, 2015

Panel “Security Governance in Southeast Asia and role of the United States – Continuity and Change”

Convener:

Howard Loewen, Department of Political Science, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, howard.loewen@fau.de

Description of Panel

The current Southeast Asian security governance system consists of bilateral and multilateral ele­ments. On the bilateral level „traditional“ security alliances between the United States and specific Southeast Asian states such ...

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CfP: CHESS Young Scholars Conference 2015, February 27-28, Vienna

Responding to China’s Environmental Crisis:  Interdisciplinary Approaches

Organized by CHESS ( C hina and the E nvironment in the S ocial S ciences)

 

Hosted by the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Vienna, Austria

27-28 February 2015

 

Confirmed keynote speakers:

Yu Xiaogang, Green Watershed

Andrew Mertha, Cornell University [new]

 

Deadline extended until 7 December 2014

 

Submissions are welcomed for the inaugural CHESS Young Scholars Conference to be ...

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CfP: Südostasien 2/2015: Schattenseiten des Wirtschaftswachstums

Redaktionsschluss: 28.2.2015

Artikel bitte senden an: Genia Findeisen, gfindeisen@yahoo.com

In den letzten Jahrzehnten hat keine Weltregion (mit Ausnahme von China bzw. Ostasien) solch große entwicklungspolitischen Fortschritte gemacht wie Südostasien. Aus oft von Kriegen gezeichneten Ländern entwickelten sich boomende Volkswirtschaften, deren Wachstumsraten gerade nach dem Jahr 2000 zu den höchsten weltweit zählten. Wolkenkratzer und moderne Shopping Malls prägen das Bild der Großstädte. Millionen von Menschen gelang der Aufstieg in die Mittelschicht. Sie können sich nun fast selbstverständlich frühere Luxusgüter wie ...

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CfP: Civic Engagement in the PRC (VOLUNTAS)

Liebe DGA-Mitglieder,

das Voluntas Journal für Third Sektor Research hat einen Call für eine Sonderausgabe zum Thema „civic engagement past and present in the PRC“ veröffentlicht: http://www.istr.org/?page=Calls_menu.

Mit der Sonderausgabe soll die Entwicklung von civic engagement in der PRC in den letzten 25 Jahren näher beleuchtet werden:

Chinese Citizens’ Activities Past and Present: Continuity and Change in Civic Engagement

Since the caesura in 1989, a sharp increase in civic activities all over the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has taken place. Civic engagement ...

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