CfP: Dal Piave a  Versailles
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CfP: Dal Piave a Versailles

o Stato Maggiore dell’Esercito in collaborazione con l’Università degli Studi di Padova e con l’Istituto di Studi Politici “San Pio V” di Roma organizza per il mese di aprile 2018 un Convegno internazionale di studi intitolato “Dal Piave a Versailles” che si svolgerà a Padova. Il convegno si articolerà su tre panel: politico, militare e diplomatico e i relativi punti di sutura. Il panel politico riguarderà l’analisi dei governi...

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CfP: The Local and the Regional Dimensions of 1918/19. A Comparison
nov22

CfP: The Local and the Regional Dimensions of 1918/19. A Comparison

deadline 31 January 2018 t Organisation: Boris Barth, Ota Konrád (Charles University, Prague), Oswald Ueberegger (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano), Rudolf Kučera (Masaryk Institute and Archives of the CAS, Prague) Place: Prague, Villa Lanna 04-06/10/2018 After the end of the Great War 1918 and the Paris peace conferences that followed, a new but unstable international political system was established in Europe. Especially in Central...

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CfP: 21ST CENTURY RUSSIAN CINEMA:
nov22

CfP: 21ST CENTURY RUSSIAN CINEMA:

Proposal submission deadline: 31 December 2017 8-9 June 2018 Department of Slavic Studies University of Graz, Austria When the Russian drama Leviathan (Andrei Zvyagintsev) was released in 2014, it won immediate international acclaim, winning an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film of the Year, as well as numerous awards and prizes. Rich in Biblical symbolism and metaphor, the drama of corruption and intimidation can also be...

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CfP: The Evolution of Prisons and Penality in the Former Soviet Union
nov14

CfP: The Evolution of Prisons and Penality in the Former Soviet Union

Deadline for Abstract Submission: Mid-December 2017 Deadline for Article Submission: end of april 2017 Issue Editors: Gavin Slade, Anne Le Huérou, Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski Today former Soviet countries hold around 10% of the world prison population – a total of almost one million people. These prisoners serve time in institutions originating in the Soviet period, conceived with a culturally distinctive carceral logic that consumed...

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CFP : Laboratory of Yugoslav Political Innovation : The Origins, Synthesis and International Influences of Self-Management Socialism
nov12

CFP : Laboratory of Yugoslav Political Innovation : The Origins, Synthesis and International Influences of Self-Management Socialism

Deadline : 31 January 2018 Koper, Slovenia 10-11 May 2018 After the split with the Cominform in 1948, the Yugoslav system confronted different agents and traditions of European leftist thought: on the one side, it was seen by Western left-wing circles as a laboratory of socialist innovation, while on the other, for East European politicians and intellectuals, it posed as a model of resistance toward Soviet hegemony. For that reason,...

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CfP: Workers beyond Socialist Glorification and Post-Socialist Disavowal: New Perspectives on Eastern European Labour History
nov12

CfP: Workers beyond Socialist Glorification and Post-Socialist Disavowal: New Perspectives on Eastern European Labour History

deadline 15 January 2018 Workers beyond Socialist Glorification and Post-Socialist Disavowal: New Perspectives on Eastern European Labour History University of Vienna, 24-27 May 2018 Studies of labour under state socialism increasingly question the historiographical clichés of East European workers. Scholars problematize the notion of workers as inherently combative and homogeneous historical actors, as victims of totalitarian states...

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