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Call for Papers

Wellbeing State | Call for Papers | 30th June 2024

CfP for the inaugural workshop of the AHRC Wellbeing State network Counterstrategies to authoritarianism: toward a politics of well-being? Vienna, 4 – 5 October 2024 There is increasing concern in political circles, the media, and academia, about the rise of… Continue Reading →

Temporalities of Refusal Symposium | Newcastle University X CAPPE | 29th- 30th May 2024

Temporalities of Refusal Symposium 29th- 30th May, Frederick Douglass Centre, Newcastle Helix Square. Please see here for all the information for this symposium, including programme of events. Temporalities of Refusal is a two-day symposium inviting scholars from across the humanities to… Continue Reading →

Call for papers: Radical Disability Politics: A Global Dialogue

CAPPE 18th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference 8th, 9th, 10th September Online   Over the past decade, the cumulative brutalities of various crises, austerity measures and organised abandonment through the Covid-19 pandemic, have pushed disabled people and activists in many parts of the world to re-assess… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers – In the Shadow of ‘Eugenic Thinking’: Legacies of Eugenics in the UK

  Call for Papers – In the Shadow of ‘Eugenic Thinking’: Legacies of Eugenics in the UK   A Joint CAPPE and CMNH one-day Symposium   3rd May, 9.30am-5.30pm, Room tbc   Online and in-person   This symposium will bring together… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers: On Relationalities: Politics, Narrative, Sociality

 The theme of relationality is now centre stage in contemporary political and social thought. From relational ontology to post-foundational ethics and black feminisms, relationality has far-reaching implications for debates in politics, ethics, and aesthetics. For this symposium we invite engagements… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers: Unlivable time: Understanding and Resisting Neoliberal Temporalities

Call for Papers  Our contemporary world is paradoxical insofar as, citing Hartmut Rosa, “the more time we save, the less we have”. No matter how fast we rush from one activity to the next, regardless of the refined logistics and the myriad… Continue Reading →

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