CfP: Transfers, Circulations, and Exchanges within the 19th-Century Socialism

Numerous 19th-century socialist militants and theoreticians have in their biographies the vital experience of emigration. Indeed, it was a time when hundreds of revolutionaries, outlaws, workers, students, and others, crossed geographical and linguistic borders, taking part in intellectual exchanges and transnational political practices.

CfP: Moving in a Divided World - Transnational Crime, National Borders and ­Irregular Migration

Reports about global criminal networks taking over clandestine routes have stoked fears about irregular migration becoming a breeding ground for transnational crime, such as human trafficking, human smuggling, and drug trafficking. Research on the topic has mushroomed over the last decade, but the actual interaction between these crimes and irregular migration remains under-explored and under-theorised.

Rencontre-débat "Activer l'archive: art et engagement"

Rencontre-débat

 

mercredi 29 septembre 2021

19h00-22h30

Salle de conférence du Commun
Bâtiment d'art contemporain, Rue des Bains 28, 1205 Genève

 

Que peuvent nous dire les archives ? Comment des artistes contemporain·e·s s’appuient-elles et ils sur des documents du passé pour produire des œuvres aujourd’hui, mettre au travail la mémoire, redonner de la visibilité à des luttes et parfois mobiliser à nouveau ? Dans quels buts ?

Le costellazioni di Leonardo Sciascia - Fondazione Gramsci Emilia Romagna

In occasione del centenario della nascita di Leonardo Sciascia la Fondazione Gramsci Emilia-Romagna promuove un ciclo di dialoghi volto a indagare, a partire da alcune prospettive tematiche specifiche, la poliedricità dello scrittore e dell’intellettuale siciliano, il ruolo da questi giocato all’interno del dibattito culturale e politico a lui coevo e la viva essenzialità della sua opera per comprendere la complessità della nostra storia e del nostro presente, le loro mistificazioni e verità taciute.

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