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1.) Call for Papers for the Ph.D. Workshop Series „Transnational Dimensions of Global Governance“
Datum und Ort: 30.-31. Oktober 2013, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus
Deadline: 24. Juni 2013
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Freie Universitat Berlin, within the framework of the “Berlin-Jerusalem Initiative to Enhance Cooperation in the Social Science”, sponsored by the Einstein Foundation Berlin, and in cooperation with the Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies (BTS) invite Ph.D. students to submit papers to participate in an international workshop on „Transnational Dimensions of Global Governance.“
The workshop will take place at the Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations and the European Forum, both at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, on October 30-31, 2013, and will include a total of eighteen students from the Freie Universitat Berlin, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and other institutions, including the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, the London School of Economics, the Peace Research Institute at Frankfurt, the University of Stockholm, and the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
The workshop will take place in a series of panels throughout two days of discussions in which students will have the opportunity to present their original research.
Up-to-date research in the areas of inter- and transnational relations is confronted with two contradicting tendencies. On the one hand, in an interdependent, globalized world many risks confront the public and private sectors. On the other hand, the globalized world opens up a huge variety of opportunities for overcoming challenges and problems, within the framework of global governance. These contradicting tendencies of risks and opportunities are a central challenge for the economy, politics, institutions, as well as for national and international laws. Being two sides of the same coin of globalization, both tendencies share a common pattern: globalization builds up on transnational processes of rapid, social, economic, political, and cultural change. Hence, the workshop will provide an academic space for an intensive debate on these topics, based on the active input of Ph.D. students.
Students that have completed their first year of study and are interested in taking part in the workshop are invited to submit a detailed abstract of their paper (up to 300 words) until June 24, 2013. Papers (about 25 pages-long) have to be completed and submitted by September 15, 2013.
Participants are expected to organize their own travel, whereas accommodation will be arranged by the Hebrew University.
Abstracts should be emailed to Prof. Arie M. Kacowicz at firstname.lastname@example.org (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), and to email@example.com (BTS, Freie Universität Berlin) in PDF form and/or Word 2003.
2.) Conference: Maneuvering the Maze: Understanding Justice in Conflicts
Datum und Ort: 14-16. November 2013, Monterey, CA, USA
Deadline: 25. Juni 2013
This conference seeks to explore the many notions of justice, the importance and role of justice in conflict and peace, the various approaches to justice, and the key players involved in providing, seeking and receiving justice.
We invite proposals from graduate students, academics, and practitioners in conflict studies and other related disciplines (such as law, human rights, philosophy, psychology and environment) who can offer perspectives from their empirical research (we do place a lot of emphasis on first-hand, ground-up research) particularly on but not limited to the following conference sub-themes:
1.) Retributive/ Legal/ Procedural Justice
2.) Restorative Justice
3.) Psychological/ Personal Justice
4.) Social Justice/ Distributive Justice
5.) Environmental Justice
6.) Transitional Justice
7.) Truth and Reconciliation Commissions, Tribunals and Special Courts
8.) Apology, Forgiveness and Justice
9.) History, Memory and Justice
10.) International Law/ Human Rights/ Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
11.) Religion/ Philosophy/ Ethics and Justice
Guidelines & Deadlines
All proposals, of 400-500 words, together with a bio of 100-150 words should be submitted in Word format using the form below. Proposals must include the specific dates of when empirical research was or will be conducted. All proposals must be received by midnight (PST) on June 25, 2013. Selection of participation will be based on scholarly merit, depth of empirical research and relevance to conference topics.
3.) Peace and Power Conference
Call for papers for the Second Annual Conference of the International Association for Peace and Conflict Studies and the ECPR standing group on Critical Peace and Conflict Studies
Datum und Ort: 12-13 September 2013, Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI), University of Manchester
Deadline: 1 July 2013
Keynotes: Prof. David Chandler (Westminster), Prof. Sharbanou Tadjbakhsh (Sciences Po, Paris)
Peace and Power @ the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester
Power is under-discussed in relation to peace, peacebuilding, and statebuilding, yet it often shapes the types of, and extent of, peace and its architecture. State-centric perspectives of power still predominate in International Relations, as do views of power linked to physical violence, official institutions, and the Weberian state. Power and its relationship with peace is rarely made explicit, let alone disaggregated. There is often something mysterious about these notions of power as they rest on vague – yet persistent and widely respected – notions of interests and sovereignty, markets, institutions and legitimacy, or rights and needs. Away from these official perspectives, power can be hidden and unseen. It often operates at the sub-state level, circulating through different types of local or subaltern, and often critical, agency. Recent interest in local agency, hybrid forms of peace, resistance and resilience make it necessary to engage more fully with the concept of power, and with power-relations, in peace and conflict studies. The Second HCRI Peacebuilding Conference invites papers and panels welcome on the following issues:
• Different forms of agency and power
• Epistemology and `seeing‘ power
• Conceptualising power
• Power relations: gender, local-international, state-informal, donors-NGOs
• Implications for international institutions
• Case studies and fieldwork
• Power, the `local turn‘ and hybrid political orders in peacebuilding
Deadline for paper or panel proposals: 1 July 2013. Proposals should be 300 words maximum, and sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
4.) Call for Contributions – Fachmagazin Mediterranes
Deadline: 10. Juli 2013
Das Fachmagazin Mediterranes, welches regelmäßig vom Länderverein EMA veröffentlicht wird, adressiert die relevanten Themen der deutsch-arabischen Zusammenarbeit und bietet so spannende Einblicke in die vom Umbruch erfasste Region.
Mediterranes thematisiert in diesem Zusammenhang regelmäßig die folgenden Cluster:
- Wasser, Umwelt und Erneuerbare Energien
- Investment, Finanzen und Recht
- Logistik, Infrastruktur und Handel
- Zivilgesellschaft, Politik und Kultur
- Regelmäßig wechselndes Schwerpunktthema: Tourismus (02/2013), Gesundheit (03/2013), Sport (01/2014).
Haben Sie Interesse in der kommenden Ausgabe einen Artikel zum Titelthema oder den Themenclustern beizutragen? Die EMA nimmt noch bis zum 10. Juli Beiträge für die kommende Ausgabe des Magazins entgegen!
Sprechen Sie uns an: email@example.com.
5.) 3. Research Conference der ARGE Demokratie zum Thema “Migration, Incorporation, and Democracy“
Datum und Ort: 14.-15. November 2013, Wien
Deadline: 26. Juli 2013
Die Konferenz findet an der Universität Wien in Kooperation der ARGE Demokratie / Arbeitsgruppe der Österreichischen Forschungsgemeinschaft ÖFG, Leitung Prof. Reinhard Heinisch, mit Prof. Sieglinde Rosenberger (Uni Wien) und Mag. Barbara Herzog-Punzenberger (BIFIE) statt.
Bis 26. Juli 2013 besteht die Möglichkeit, Abstracts zu folgenden Themen einzureichen:
- Democratic Deficits, Institutional Change, and Innovation
- Citizenship, Fundamental Rights, Immigrants‘ Representation and Participation
- Democratic Innovations and Immigrants’ Advocacy
- Perception, Categorization, Mobility, and Diversity
- Immigration and Resources
Weitere Informationen entnehmen Sie bitte dem Call for Papers auf der Homepage der ÖFG
6.) International QCA Expert Workshop“
Datum und Ort: 23.-24. Oktober 2013, Zürich
Deadline: 6. September 2013
Although sociologists and political scientists continue to lead publication rankings on Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) , scholars in business and management studies contribute a growing share of advanced theoretical and empirical work. Against this background, t he International QCA Expert Workshop will bring together 20 – 30 researchers working at the cutting edge of QCA across the se neighboring areas . By providing a unique forum for cross – disciplinary exchange, it will encourage the dissemination of new ideas, facilitate the promotion of innovative work and create opportunities for scientific collaboration.
With this Call for Papers, w e invite submissions for presentation from junior researchers at the post – doctoral, doctoral or master level who either work on methodological issues or apply QCA empirically . Although the International QCA Expert Workshop will focus on sociology, political science, business and management, t here are no restrictions on the methodological, theoretical or empirical orientation of submissions .
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