Mjesečna arhiva Novembar 2014

Synthesis – Journal of Humanities and Social Affairs

The editorial board of Synthesis - Journal of Humanities and Social Affairs is pleased to welcome submissions for the 2014 issue of the journal. Synthesis is a peer-reviewed journal that gathers mostly young scholars and researchers who excel within their respective disciplines and who are ready to reflect contemporary trends in society. The


Call for Abstracts Special Issue on Documentation, Human Rights & Transitional Justice Journal of Human Rights Practice

Guest Editors-Brandon Hamber and Grainne Kelly (INCORE, Ulster University) Elisabeth Baumgartner, Briony Jones, Ingrid Oliveira (swisspeace, University of Basel)

The role of testimony and documentation is crucial to human rights work in transitional contexts. Such evidence is vital in societies seeking to deal with a past of human rights


Identity in Flux First biennial conference in the series Past, Present, Future Pula, Croatia, May 28-30, 2015

In the occasion of its 20th anniversary the Subdepartment of History is launching a series of conferences to tackle issues that are considered important or controversial in contemporary Europe by providing a historical context for their emergence


Scholarships available English language university In the center of Budapest

Apply now for Nationalism Studies MA program NOW!
The Nationalism Studies Program at the Central European University (CEU) is accredited in the USA and in Hungary. Our students acquire an in-depth knowledge of the theories of nationalism as well as the main concepts and debates in ethnicity, ethnic conflict, self-determination, prejudice,


27th to 30th November, the second Open University in Sarajevo.

The Open University aims at gathering local, regional and world well known experts, thinkers and authors, who will contribute towards a development of public dialogue, and generally, of university-level and general education that is open and easily accessible for all. The Open University creates a platform to promote dialogue, debates, social


4th Young Scholars Forum on Central and South East Europe on: „Remembrance Culture and Common Histories in the Danube Region“

4th Young Scholars Forum on Central and South East Europe on:
„Remembrance Culture and Common Histories in the Danube Region“
27-29 November, 2014 http://www.idm.at/postgraduates/young_scholars_forum__ysf_/

Addressed to: Young scholarsdealing with Central and South East Europe in the fields of cultural studies, history, anthropology , media