CfP: Virtual Workshop: New Approaches to the Contentious Politics of Class

The workshop will be held digitally via Zoom on 28–29 May 2021, due to the Coronavirus pandemic and is funded by the Northern Bridge Cohort Development Fund. Proposals for papers should include title and an abstract maximum of 300 words. Please send proposals to Joe Redmayne (j.redmayne2@newcastle.ac.uk) or Katherine Waugh (k.waugh3@newcastle.ac.uk) by 9 April 2021.

 

The Future of Computational Social Science is Black

Dear Future Computational Social Scientist,

Do you have a drive to use social science, computer science, data analytics, and evidence to improve public well-being within underrepresented communities? From June 14, 2021 to June 25, 2021, Howard University and Mathematica are partnering on the first Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS) at a Historically Black College and University. 

CfP: Artistes en exil politique en France (1945-1989)

De Yalta à la chute du mur, le partage du monde en ce l’on appelle alors des « zones d’influence », exacerbe, en plusieurs endroits et sur tous les continents, les tensions politiques et militaires. Dans les pays sous emprise soviétique ou américaine, des artistes, femmes et hommes, confrontés à la censure ou menacés dans leur propre pays, se voient contraints à un exil plus ou moins volontaires. Parmi ces artistes, certains sont accueillis en France au titre d’exilés politiques.

CfP: Russia's 1990s: Global Perspectives

In general, narratives about the end of the USSR focus on domestic dimensions of the disintegration of the Soviet Union or discuss reasons and consequences of the Soviet decline in the context of Cold War history.

Both perspectives are highly relevant for an interpretation of the events of 1991 and their consequences. Nevertheless, they too often obscure the view on other essential international and global perspectives.

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