Knowledge and Power: Epistemic Conflicts in Democracy

 This post-graduate conference is an interdisciplinary endeavour to work on the very foundations of epistemic conflict in contemporary societies. The conference welcomes contributions from postgraduate students and early-career researchers from sociology, political theory, philosophy and related disciplines. Further, we invite authors working in decolonial/post-colonial studies, feminism, critical phenomenology, and gender theory, to present their insights. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to: • What is an epistemic conflict?

(Re)Contextualising the Discursive Construction of Europe

After four successful international conferences (Besançon 2013, Brussels 2015, Torino 2017 and Bucharest 2019) the Observatory of Discourses on/of Europe launches its 5th Call for papers. This year, the conference aims at exploring the linkage between the discursive constructions of Europe and their contexts of production/reception.

The 3rd International E-Symposium on Communication in Health Care

The 3rd International E-Symposium on Communication in Health Care

“Advancing Frontiers of Health Communication Research, Education and Practice during the Pandemic”

​The University of Hong Kong

Dates: 1-2 March 2021

Time: Day 1: 0900-1900 HKT; Day 2: 0900-1815 HKT

Venue: To be conducted via Zoom



13th Interpretative Policy Analysis Conference (HELD ONLINE)

This year the IPA conference will be held online. We do again two panels: panel 18 Critical Policy Discourse Analysis (see also Montesano Montessori, Farrelly and Mulderrig 2019, Edward Elgar). And panel 24: CDA, Discourse Theory, and Hegemony (see also Special Issue Journal Of Language and Politics: 

There are many other panels of interest as well.