Deadline: September 30, 2021
From the labor in laboratory to the science in scientific management, the histories of labor and science are marked by intimate connections—many of which still await reflection and historical analysis. To provide a forum for productive conversation between labor historians and historians of science and to help address the pressing scholarly and political questions they share, the Science History Institute’s 2022 Gordon Cain Conference will explore the entanglements of science and labor as they have emerged around the globe between the 16th century and today.
Download the full call for papers as a PDF here: https://www.sciencehistory.org/…/labor_and_science_call…
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Deadline: August 15, 2021
AATSEEL is accepting submissions for the 2022 Conference in Philadelphia, February 17-20, 2022. (Anyone submitting a proposal should plan to be present, to participate.)
We are looking for paper and roundtable entries for the following stream. Please indicate your interest in joining this stream when making your submission here.
Data, Technology, and Language Acquisition
This stream is for anyone interested in how data and technology can be applied to language learning.
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Deadline: August 20, 2021
The XVIII Symposium of the International Dostoevsky Society will be hosted by Nagoya University of Foreign Studies. Sessions will be held on its new satellite campus located at the center of Nagoya City, from March 4th to 8th, 2022. The official languages will be Russian, Japanese, and English.
For more details: https://www.ids2022n.jp/
Proposals for papers on one of the Symposium themes will be accepted until August 20, 2021. Please send your proposal using our online submission system:
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Symposium participants will be limited to about 150 speakers.
Please note that membership in IDS is required before registration. Further information regarding membership: https://dostoevsky.org/membership/
Deadline: July 30, 2021
Since the nineteenth century, East-Central Europe has experienced rapid social, political, and economic changes, which caused transformation and transformations in local societies. Rising nationalism culminating in the Revolutionary year 1848, echoes of the Romantic movement, ongoing industrialisation, First World War, the emergence of national states and disintegration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, later followed by the World War Two and establishment of the socialist regimes represent some of the key milestones the region went through. New sciences emerged, and local intellectuals also tried to cope with the impetuses from the discoveries in the Orient. Since the mid-nineteenth century, the rise of occultism and its further spread throughout Europe represented a peculiar reaction to some mentioned milestones. Local states dealt with these occult and esoteric movements differently, from suppression to silent support, and the movements themselves had various ideas about the meaning and aims of nations. We wish to investigate the links between the state, power, and occult and esoteric ideas, movements, and key figures more closely in this conference.
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Deadline: September 3, 2021
Conference: 27 –28 October 2021, Pre-Workshop/Hackathon: 20 –21 October 2021
The DFG research project “Early Modern Professorial Career Patterns – Methodological Research on Online Databases of Academic History“, collaboratively run by the Herzog August Library Wolfenbüttel and the Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur in Leipzig, warmly invites you to participate in its concluding conference, to be held on 27-28 October 2021, alongside a preceding Hackathon, which will take place from 20-21 October 2021.
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Deadline: October 1, 2021
The 22nd biennial conference on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature and Folklore will be held at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH on Thursday April 7 – Sunday April 10, 2022.
Our current plan is to hold the conference as an in-person event, though we recognize that there are possible problems, even in these days of greater openness, associated with an in-person event, especially issues for everyone with regard to access to travel funding and for those coming from abroad with regard to visas and potential travel restrictions. The Organizing Committee will periodically assess the situation and may ultimately opt for an all-virtual or a hybrid-style conference depending on local and global circumstances; most importantly, we will keep participants informed as to the modality to be employed for the conference.
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Deadline: August 15, 2021
From what scholarly position is the Slavic world studied? The Cold War bifurcated scholarship into pro- and anti-Soviet stances. Then and later, scholars in the Anglo-American world tended to imagine scholarship produced in the region as offering simply data, to be theorized by scholars elsewhere (perhaps after it has been dissociated from the theoretical frame in which it was presented, which is imagined as naively politicized). This attitude is hard to sustain given the increasing scholarly interaction between scholars who speak English and those who speak the languages of the region, the rise of scholars from the region in English-speaking academia, and the calls throughout the academy to “decolonize theory” and acknowledge that Western European and North American epistemologies and ontologies are not necessarily universally valid. Papers in this stream consider the conflicts and conversations in Slavic studies between methodologies and theories from varied locations.
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Deadline: December 15, 2021
March 25-27, 2022
We invite scholars to share research and participate in discussions related to Ukrainian studies. We welcome submissions from fields that include but are not limited to: history, literature, memory studies, translation, linguistics, music, film, religious studies, political science, anthropology, sociology, gender studies, mass media. In addition to this broad range of topics, to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of Ukraine’s independence we welcome talks and presentations that touch upon the gains and challenges that Ukraine has witnessed since 1991: poetry and literature of independent Ukraine, memory politics, the Orange Revolution, the Revolution of Dignity, the Chornobyl consequences, Russian occupation of Crimea and Donbas, Ukrainian cinema, Ukrainian literature abroad, teaching Ukrainian literature in Ukraine and abroad, etc.
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Deadline: June 15, 2021
Keynote Speakers: Boris Groys (NYU) and Massimo Palma (Naples)
September 1-3, 2021 (Online)
Alexandre Kojève is widely recognized as one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century. Indeed, the breadth of his work, which spans from a phenomenology of religion, through theoretical considerations on modern art, to one of the first philosophical treatments of quantum physics, would seem to justify this reputation. Regardless, the reception of his thought tends to be restricted to a single dimension concerning his lectures on Hegel and their ongoing influence. As a result, most accounts of Kojève’s philosophy begin and end with an analysis of his commentary on Hegel—a tendency that, until quite recently, has gone largely unchallenged.
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Deadline: July 4, 2021
The First Wave of Russian Emigration | Symposium series 2020–22
The Research Centre for Russian Studies and Methodology of Eötvös Loránd Univeristy (Budapest), the A. M. Gorky Institute of World Literature RAS (Moscow), the Historical Faculty of Ural Federal University (Yekaterinburg) and the Vyacheslav Ivanov Research Centre (Rome) invites you to participate in the 3rd event of
a series of symposia on The First Wave of Russian Emigration,
which will take place on July 15–16, 2021, online.
The aim of the 3rd symposium
“The First Wave of Russian Emigration: Emigration and the Press”
will be to explore the range of current research topics regarding the press of and about the first wave of Russian emigration.
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