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Complex Systems Summer School — A Study of Complex Behavior in Systems
12 Jun 2022 - 08 Jul 2022 • Santa Fe, United States
Organizer:
Santa Fe Institute (SFI)
Abstract:
Complex Systems Summer School (CSSS) offers an intensive four-week introduction to complex behavior in mathematical, physical, living, and social systems. CSSS brings together graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and professionals to transcend disciplinary boundaries, take intellectual risks, and ask big questions about complex systems. The residential program comprises a series of lectures and workshops devoted to theory and tools, applications-focused seminars, and discussions with faculty and fellow participants. CSSS participants put what they learn from these didactic sessions into practice through group research projects, conducted throughout the program and often extending into manuscripts and longer-term collaborations. CSSS provides an unparalleled opportunity for early-career researchers to expand their professional networks, produce a novel research product, and gain valuable experience working in transdisciplinary teams.
Event listing ID:
1459459
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Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science — Social Science Modeling & Complexity for Ph.D. Students
26 Jun 2022 - 08 Jul 2022 • Santa Fe, United States
Organizer:
Santa Fe Institute (SFI)
Abstract:
The Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science Modeling and Complexity brings together a group of advanced Ph.D. students and a small faculty for an intensive two-week study of computational social science modeling and complexity. Participants will learn how to apply tools and approaches from complex systems and computation to questions in the social sciences, while advancing their independent research and working collaboratively with fellow participants. The Workshop convenes in-person and consists of seminars, independent research, formal and informal discussions, and a hackathon-style challenge.
Event listing ID:
1459381
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Lake Como School — SmartPsychology: Methods and Practices in Ambulatory Assessment and Intervention
04 Jul 2022 - 08 Jul 2022 • Como, Italy
Organizer:
Lake Como School of Advanced Studies
Event listing ID:
1459582
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Complexity-GAINs International Summer School — Disintegration of societies: Quantitative modeling of complex socio-behavioral systems
04 Jul 2022 - 15 Jul 2022 • Vienna, Austria
Organizer:
Santa Fe Institute (SFI)
Abstract:
Human societies constantly change at many levels, from individuals to communities and nation states. Throughout history, and at present, societies become more innovative, more integrated, and more cooperative on some levels, while on others they become more inert, more polarized, and more belligerent. To understand and perhaps even predict these trends and their consequences, we need to capture the complex interplay of underlying cognitive, social, and institutional mechanisms – by integrating theoretical, modeling, and empirical investigations. Ph.D. students are invited to spend two weeks, among an international cohort of students and faculty, learning to integrate theory and methods from a range of disciplines to model socio-behavioral systems and understand their behavior.
Event listing ID:
1459361
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SS24 — Sociolinguistic Symposium 24. Inside and beyond binaries.
13 Jul 2022 - 16 Jul 2022 • University of Ghent, Belgium
Abstract:
Sociolinguistics Symposium is the world’s main gathering of sociolinguists internationally. This two-yearly event provides a unique opportunity and forum to develop and exchange ideas and research findings about language and society in its manifold connections and manifestations. From its beginnings as a small meeting in the UK in 1976, the tradition of Sociolinguistic Symposia has grown into the largest sociolinguistic networking event in the world. Attracting hundreds of participants and exhibitors, the Symposium is also a stimulating space for networking.

The conference theme is ''Inside and Beyond Binaries''. According to some, we live in increasingly polarized worlds. Which are the binary distinctions – cf. “marked/unmarked” - that can be noted in sociolinguistic enquiry, its history of developments, and how have these been instrumental in pushing the discipline’s social, linguistic and interventionist agendas forward? At the same time, critiques of binary thinking itself have been formulated at various stages: a logic of seemingly stable oppositions often stifles debate, contributes to the cultivation of insurmountable gaps, invites scientific reductionism, and hinders rather than foster inclusiveness. Presenters at SS24 are encouraged to address how the conference theme is relevant for their specific research niche, or sociolinguistics more generally. In addition to the conference theme, tradition has it that sociolinguistics symposia are committed to hosting papers and colloquia in any area of sociolinguistic enquiry.

Abstract submission deadline:
25 Oct 2021
Event listing ID:
1469473
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Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics Institute — Computational Approaches to Humanities Scholarship
17 Jul 2022 - 23 Jul 2022 • Santa Fe, United States
Organizer:
Santa Fe Institute (SFI)
Abstract:
The Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics (FAHA) workshop is intended for humanities scholars who are in the early stages of applying quantitative and computational methods in their research. While primarily geared towards current PhD students, we welcome applications from those in both earlier and later stages of a research career. The residential, one-week workshop empowers scholars to apply computational tools in their own research and teaching. Participants must complete the FAHA online course prior to the workshop. The in-person workshop will seminars and tutorials, discussions, and the opportunity to workshop one’s research projects, with the guidance of program faculty. The small, supportive group of fellow participants provide a scholarly community with whom to learn and collaborate on novel humanities analytics projects.
Event listing ID:
1459468
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Lake Como School — Starting a Grant proposal: from idea to practice
18 Jul 2022 - 22 Jul 2022 • Como, Italy
Organizer:
Lake Como School of Advanced Studies
Event listing ID:
1459612
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Social sciences and Humanities: between constant/ static and changing/ change
26 Jul 2022 - 28 Jul 2022 • Konya, Turkey
Organizer:
International Centre for Social and Human Research and Studies-ICSHRS
Contact:
Phone: [+21355788130];     Email: conf-science@icshrs.com
Topics:
political science, international relations, economics, law, advertising and communication, Sociology, psychology, history, geography, archeology, anthropology, literature, linguistics, sports sciences
Event listing ID:
1440476
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LAUD 2022 — 39th International LAUD Symposium - Multilingualism in Africa: Language contact, endangerment and cultural conceptualisation
08 Aug 2022 - 12 Aug 2022 • Landau , Germany
Topics:
Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics
Event listing ID:
1469585
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Eenentwintigste Colloquium Neerlandicum
22 Aug 2022 - 26 Aug 2022 • Nijmegen, Netherlands
Abstract:
In de afgelopen decennia is de internationale neerlandistiek uitgegroeid tot een dynamische, veelzijdige gemeenschap onderzoekers, docenten en vertalers. Het driejaarlijks Colloquium Neerlandicum is voor onze leden dé gelegenheid om resultaten, ideeën, ervaringen en 'best practices' uit te wisselen. Daarnaast biedt het colloquium bij uitstek de mogelijkheid om het netwerk van de internationale neerlandistiek te verstevigen en uit te breiden. Van 27 t/m 31 augustus 2018 vond, in samenwerking met de KU Leuven, het 20e Colloquium Neerlandicum plaats. Ook deze editie was weer een enorm succes. Het volgende Colloquium Neerlandicum vindt plaats tussen 22 en 26 augustus 2022 en wordt, in samenwerking met de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, georganiseerd door de Internationale Vereniging voor Neerlandistiek (IVN)​​​​​​.
Event listing ID:
1447476
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ACM GoodIT 2022 — ACM International Conference on Information Technology for Social Good
07 Sep 2022 - 09 Sep 2022 • Limassol, Cyprus
Organizer:
SEIT Lab, Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus
Abstract:
The ACM GoodIT conference seeks papers describing significant research contributions related to the application of information technologies (IT) to social good. Social good is typically defined as something that provides a benefit to the general public. In this context, clean air and water, Internet connection, education, and healthcare are all good examples of social goods. However, new media innovations and the explosion of online communities have added new meaning to the term. Social good is now about global citizens uniting to unlock the potential of individuals, technology, and collaboration to create a positive societal impact.
Contact:
Phone: [+35722892693];     Email: george@cs.ucy.ac.cy
Topics:
• Citizen science • Civic intelligence • Decentralized approaches to IT • Digital solutions for Cultural Heritage • Environmental monitoring • Ethical computing • Frugal solutions for IT • Game, entertainment, and multimedia applications • Health and social care • IT for automotive • IT for development • IT for education • T for smart living • Privacy, trust and ethical issues in ICT solutions • Smart governance and e-administration • Social informatics • Socially responsible IT solutions • Sustainable cities and transportation • Sustainable IT • Technology addressing the digital divide
Abstract submission deadline:
23 May 2022
Event listing ID:
1447751
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Lake Como School — Bioethics and society. The challenges of a complicated but necessary relationship
10 Oct 2022 - 14 Oct 2022 • Como, Italy
Organizer:
Lake Como School of Advanced Studies
Event listing ID:
1459711
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3th INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE — “THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND SCIENCE OF SCIENCE: INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES”
14 Oct 2022 • Baku, Azerbaijan
Organizer:
Institute of the History of Science of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
Abstract:
The Institute of the History of Science of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences holds the 3th International Scientific Conference on “History of Science and Science of Science: Interdisciplinary Studies”, dedicated to the relevant issues of the history of science and science of science. The conference invites the scientists and researchers from higher education and research institutions of the republic, including foreign countries. The conference is planned to be held in the traditional format, taking into account the current pandemic conditions.
Contact:
Phone: [0502682244];     Email: zaur.aliyev@gmail.com
Topics:
CONFERENCE THEMES: 1. History and methodology of technical sciences and engineering activities, monuments of science and technology 2. Historiography and source studies; 3. The role of scientific diplomacy in modern times; 4. Biographical research in the history of science: features of methodological and source analysis; 5. Brain drain and mobility in post-Soviet region; 6. The role of women in the history of science; 7. History of academies of sciences and scientific institutions; 8. History of natural and exact sciences; 9. Scientometric research; 10. Sociological problems of science; 11. Social research of new scientific directions and mechanism of formation of intellectual elites; 12. Innovative processes in science and education.
Abstract submission deadline:
05 Sep 2022
Event listing ID:
1487647
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ICFSE — The First International Conference on Family and Spiritual Education
20 Oct 2022 • Qom, Iran
Organizer:
Institute of Islamic Family and Spiritual Training (IFST) & Research Institute of Howzah and University (RIHU)
Abstract:
The International Conference on Family and Spiritual Education is a forum for discourse and presentation of papers by scholars ,with any particular beliefs, who have a particular concern and interest in family-centered spiritual education studies.
Contact:
ICFSE Secretariat;     Email: secretariat@fseconference.com
Abstract submission deadline:
01 Aug 2022
Event listing ID:
1484662
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CFP — IDENTIDADES EN RIESGO: PROPIEDAD, ATRIBUCIÓN Y APROPIACIÓN
20 Oct 2022 - 21 Oct 2022 • Madrid, Spain
Organizer:
Complutense University of Madrid
Abstract:
Existe en la noción de identidad personal una tensión no resuelta. Por un lado, parece que tenemos la autoridad de la primera persona, de tal manera que cada cual tiene la última palabra acerca de quién es. Pero dicha autoridad corre el riesgo de llevarnos al solipsismo o, incluso, al delirio: “Yo sé quién soy”, dice Don Quijote, “y sé que puedo ser, no solo los que he dicho, sino todos los Doce Pares de Francia, y aun todos los nueve de la Fama, pues a todas las hazañas que ellos todos juntos y cada uno por sí hicieron se aventajarán las mías”. Este problema se suele denominar como “el problema del egocentrismo”.
Contact:
Email: identidadesenriesgo@gmail.com
Event listing ID:
1486944
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ANTS 2022 — 13th International Conference on Swarm Intelligence
02 Nov 2022 - 04 Nov 2022 • Málaga, Spain
Organizer:
University of Málaga (UMA)
Abstract:
Swarm intelligence is the discipline that deals with the study of self-organizing processes both in nature and in artificial systems. Researchers in ethology and animal behavior have proposed a number of models to explain interesting aspects of collective behaviors such as movement coordination, shape-formation or decision making. Recently, algorithms and methods inspired by these models have been proposed to solve difficult problems in many domains. ANTS 2022 will give researchers in swarm intelligence the opportunity to meet, to present their latest research, and to discuss current developments and applications.
Abstract submission deadline:
15 Apr 2022
Event listing ID:
1451054
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STATE (IN)STABILITY: Past, present, and future perspectives for the nation-state
11 Nov 2022 • Zagreb, Croatia
Organizer:
Libertas International University
Abstract:
“STATE (IN)STABILITY: Past, present, and future perspectives for the nation-state” is an annual conference organized by Libertas International University (Zagreb, Croatia). The topic for 2022 is “Migrations and state (in)stability”. Expected contributions include a wide range of topics from various scientific disciplines including, but not limited to, the following: Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Cultural Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Security Studies, History, Anthropology, Economics, Law. The conference will take place on 11 November 2022 both physically in Zagreb, Croatia and Online. The abstract submission deadline is 31 August 2022. Proposals and inquiries should be sent to conference@libertas.hr. The Conference is funded by Libertas International University, and requires no participation or registration fees from participants. All additional information is available on the conference website.
Contact:
Conference Secretary;     Email: conference@libertas.hr
Topics:
Migration, State Stability, Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Cultural Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Security Studies, History, Anthropology, Economics, Law
Abstract submission deadline:
31 Aug 2022
Event listing ID:
1480376
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LITERATURE STUDIES '22 — XI. International Conference on Literature
18 Nov 2022 • Online, Turkey
Organizer:
DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center)
Abstract:
Literature Studies Conference explores literary works from various rich traditions of Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America while examining the literary worlds in terms of their relation to each other, their exchange with society, and their inner tension of past and contemporary. The lives of the authors, literature as a sector, translation issues, readership, and theoretical discussions are the themes also covered by the conference. The conference aims at setting up a comprehensive view of literature standing on a balance of the social and ideological aspects of written works and the detailed in-text analysis.

Classical works, as well as experimental texts in various genres, constitute the vivid map of world literature. Johann Wolfgang Goethe famously stated early in the 19th century, “National literature is now a rather unmeaning term; the epoch of world literature is at hand, and everyone must strive to hasten its approach.”

In the era of globalization, the internet, and social media, World Literature has not only been changed in terms of its production, distribution, and consumption, but also generated new ways of writing and historical inquiry. DAKAM’s Literature Conference invites scholars from all over the world to present their contemporary perspectives of literary texts of the past and present echoing the context they’ve been written.

Contact:
Email: info@dakam.org
Topics:
World Literature Poetry Novel Drama Literary Forms Language and Literature Topics Styles Authors Interactions and World Literature Politics and Literature Philosophy and Psychoanalysis Science-Fiction, Crime, Fantasy Comparative Literature Education History of Literature Literary Criticism
Event listing ID:
1491732
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REFUGEES AND FORCED IMMIGRATION '22 — VII. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Refugee and Forced Immigration Studies in Social Sciences, Humanities and Art
18 Nov 2022 • Online, Turkey
Organizer:
DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center)
Abstract:
We live in a rapidly changing world in which refugees and forced migration have a significant impact on the economic, political and social agendas of sovereign states, intergovernmental agencies and civil society groups.

Today, tens of millions of people are refugees, raising fundamental challenges for governments around the world. The definition of a refugee, as enshrined in the 1951 Refugee Convention, is someone who ‘is unable or unwilling to return to their country of origin owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion.’ But this definition has been regularly challenged over the past 60 years and is under constant review by academics, governments and humanitarian agencies. Many forcibly displaced people around the world do not easily fit within this formal category.

The conference takes a critical approach to questioning normative understandings and addressing empirical puzzles regarding how refugees and international refugee advocacy networks mobilize international and national law and policies to offer new understandings of refugee protection and vulnerabilities. All research seeking to deepen understandings regarding how national institutions define, mediate and respond to refugee legal concerns in crisis will be taken into consideration. In addition to the contemporary refugee crises, historical case studies will be an important part of the event.

Scholars from different fields such as political science, history, sociology, anthropology, gender studies, urban studies, architecture, literature, poetry, art history, life sciences and other fields are welcome to propose their interdisciplinary work at the conference.

Contact:
Email: info@dakam.org
Topics:
Understanding Global Refugee Policy Refugee Rights and Protection Politics of Forced Immigration and Displacement Refugee Settlements and Camps Integration of Refugees Living Conditions of Refugees and Immigrants Transformations of Place, Power and Social Ties Injustices of Displacement Racism and Relation to the Locals Representation of Forced Immigration in Media Methodologies of Forced Migration Research Documentation and Art: Photography, Film, Novels, Contemporary Art History of Forced Immigraration and Immigration: Case Studies
Event listing ID:
1491753
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MEMORY STUDIES '22 — VII. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Memory and the Past
18 Nov 2022 • Online, Turkey
Organizer:
DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center)
Abstract:
The term “memory” is a framework concept which is collecting multidisciplinary academic disciplines beneath. Also, the term “memory,” in the individual level or in social, or collective level has different connotations due to the interdisciplinary conceptualization of the memory itself. Memory can be seen in psychology, as relating to an individual, his / her ways to remember or forgetting and amnesia. Else, memory can be regarded in the collective form and as a collectively shared representation of the past, or it can come up with political terms like national memory, public memory, vernacular memory or counter-memory.

Additionally, collective memories can also be regarded as a “floating gap” between memory and history. Therefore, remembering and amnesia play a significant role in defining the positioning of the memory. The “cultural memory,” comprises that body of reusable texts, images, and rituals specific to each society in each different time era which they can be in the form of the texts, rites, images, monuments and buildings that are designed to recall fateful events in the history of the collective. They are sanctioned as a common heritage of a society that is accumulated in the longue duree. As coined with individual and cultural memory “the idea of individual memory,” as Maurice Halbwachs states, “absolutely separate from social memory, is an abstraction almost devoid of the meaning.” How a nation remembers also defines a branch in memory studies because “nations can repress with psychological impunity; their collective memories can be changed without a ‘return of the suppress’”. Other than individual amnesia, we can speak about a social forgetting which links social, political and cultural factors at work.

The interdisciplinary character of the memory links itself to various areas from psychology, sociology, history, identity studies, literary studies, urban history, space history, media studies to discourse analysis and other relevant fields linking the subject with the use of memory.

In 2019, The DAKAM Memory Studies Conference, in its fourth year, aims to provide a platform for discussions and research, which consider various aspects of literature as a memorial medium to contribute to the larger discussion of the ways in which societies and individuals recollect their past and as a field of observation of personal memory to explore and experience the complexities of the mind and emotions.

Scholars from different fields such as political science, history, sociology, anthropology, gender studies, urban studies, architecture, literature, poetry, art history, life sciences and other fields are welcomed to propose their interdisciplinary work at the conference.

Contact:
Email: info@dakam.org
Topics:
History and Memory Remembrance and Memory Popular History and Memory Individual Memory and Amnesia Urban Studies and Memory Longue Duree Analysis and Memory Communicative Memory Political Science and Memory Popular Culture and Memory Nostalgia Memory and Film Documentary and Memory Memory and Literature
Event listing ID:
1491829
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GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES '22 — VII. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender and Women's Studies
18 Nov 2022 • Online, Turkey
Organizer:
DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center)
Abstract:
The field of gender and women's studies emerged from the contemporary feminist movement with the initial goal of bringing women and their experiences more fully into knowledge.

How do gender, race, class, sexuality and age contribute to the formation of social identities? What role do ensuing power differences between these factors play in our globalized and mediatized world? What measures have been taken, in the past and the present, in order to prevent discrimination and exclusion? And how do academic, cultural, artistic, journalistic, and policy-making institutions respond to these societal challenges?

Emancipation, the recognition of differences, and awareness of intersections of gender with other factors of identity-making (class, race, age, sexuality, etc.) are crucial tools in analyzing social and cultural relations in today’s postcolonial and post-secular societies.

The conference explores the ways that femininity and masculinity affect an individual’s thought process. This is relevant in a variety of realms, such as social organizations and institutions, interpersonal relationships, and understandings of identity and sexuality.

Power will also be explored as it relates to gender and other forms of identity, including sexuality, race, class, religion, and nationality as encompasses interdisciplinary fields, which include exploration of the histories and experiences of diverse women and men as well as studies of sexualities, masculinities, femininities, and gender systems in society. The conference will also welcome studies that analyze how gender plays out in politics, intimate life, culture, the workplace, athletics, technology, health, science, and in the very production of knowledge itself.

The relationship between gender and society historically and cross-culturally, and the changes now occurring in the roles of women and men, the participation of women in the major institutions of society, and women themselves are among the topics to be included. Historical, contemporary, and transnational analyses of how gender and sexual formations arise in different contexts such as colonialism, nationalism, and globalization can be mentioned as important points of discussion.

Contact:
Email: info@dakam.org
Topics:
SOCIETY AND GENDER Gender equality Poverty Working Conditions Career and Job opportunities for Women Public and Pritave Life Reproduction of the Woman Image in Popular Culture Capitalism and Gender Politics, History and Gender Women in the history Queer studies LGBTI studies Gender and Education HUMANITIES, GENDER AND FEMINISM Gender Roles in Literature and Film Description of Woman in Literature and Arts Woman as an Artist Architecture, Cities and Gender Feminist Film Criticism Feminist Literature Feminist Philosophy Perspectives in Humanities Social Sciences and Women Sociological Case Studies and Gender Feminist Ethics Feminist Pedagogy and Gender in education Girls’ Toys and Fairtales WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND HISTORY Law and Social Reforms Justice and Crime Violence against Women Marriage and Status of Partnership Feminism and Democracy Women’s rights and activisim SEX CRIMES Acquaintance Rape Child Prostitution Incest Male Rape Pedophilia Prostitution Rape; Rape in art Rape Victims Sex Tourism Sexual Assault and the Law Statutory Rape BODY AND GENDER Sexuality Sex and erotism Pornography Prostitution and the Global Economy Fashion, make-up and plastic surgery Concept of Beauty HEALTH ISSUES Abortion AIDS/HIV and Women Anorexia Artificial Insemination Birth Control History Breast Cancer Breast Implants Childbirth Female Midlife Crisis Maternal Mortality Menopause Postpartum Depression Pregnancy Surrogate Motherhood Women and Depression Women and Madness Race, Gender and Ethnicity
Event listing ID:
1491783
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Association for Jewish Studies — 54th Annual Conference
18 Dec 2022 - 20 Dec 2022 • Boston, MA, United States
Organizer:
Association for Jewish Studies (AJS)
Abstract:
The Association for Jewish Studies (AJS) was founded in 1969 by a small group of scholars seeking a forum for exploring methodological and pedagogical issues in the new field of Jewish Studies. Since its founding, the AJS has grown into the largest learned society and professional organization representing Jewish Studies scholars worldwide. As a constituent organization of the American Council of Learned Societies, the Association for Jewish Studies represents the field in the larger arena of the academic study of the humanities and social sciences in North America.
Event listing ID:
1354674
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EDII — Fifteenth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship
22 Feb 2023 - 24 Feb 2023 • Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, B, India
Organizer:
Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India
Abstract:
Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) has been organizing ‘Biennial Conferences on Entrepreneurship’ since 1994. The Biennial Conferences continue to provide a forum for researchers, educationists, and practitioners to share their research findings and experience in entrepreneurship development. Deliberations on issues of contemporary relevance and interest have opened up new avenues to spearhead entrepreneurship at a much broader scale. The Conferences were organized under the aegis of the Centre for Research in Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CREED) setup by EDII. EDII has organized fourteen Biennial Conferences during 1994-2021, the details of these biennial conferences can be browsed at https://conference.ediindia.org/. In keeping with fourteen biennial conferences over the past 28 years, the Fifteenth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship continues to be an established forum for researchers, educators and practitioners to share their ideas and research results with other researchers and thinkers in the field, exchange feedback and hone their own research pursuits. Whereas researchers are invited to contribute papers and reports that bear upon and enfold the field of entrepreneurship theory and practice
Contact:
Phone: [09327 045345];     Email: ganapathi@ediindia.org
Topics:
Entrepreneurship Theory, Entrepreneurship Policy, Entrepreneurship Education and Capacity Building, Functional Areas of Entrepreneurship, Manifestations of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Context, MSME Entrepreneurship
Event listing ID:
1491834
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