The Russian government’s war against Ukraine has exposed multiple dimensions and geopolitical faultlines of contemporary authoritarianisms: The systematic hijacking of state institutions and accumulation of wealth through the extraction and capitalization of gas, oil and coal clearly stand out as indispensable preconditions for Russia’s neo-imperialism and military power. The invasion has been accompanied by the dissemination of state-steered lies, disinformation and ethno-nationalist narratives.
It is our pleasure to invite you to our workshop on "discourse and alterity", which is supported by WELS and will take place in London on Wednesday. It is open to anybody who wants to join us on Mile End campus. Please write to Elise if you want to attend.
Discourses of War and Peace: Reflections on and around the Aggression against Ukraine - DiscourseNet ad-hoc workshop
Welcome to Discourses of War and Peace, a virtual conference in response to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Following the success of the last three international workshops with participants from different countries spanning from Indonesia to Brazil, from Japan to the Netherlands, from Scotland to Poland and from C
Decolonising Discourse Studies: Qualitative research on (non)discursive and postcolonial construction of realities
Discourse Studies have an important record of analysing all types of open and subtle discrimination in and through discourses. Racism in all its varieties is one of the most researched topics in discourse studies.
CfP: Rankings and the structure of the economic sciences: promoting excellence, preserving academic quality, or constructing hierarchies and exclusions?
Call for Papers
Asia Week: Politics, Technology and Trust in the Fight Against Covid-19(October 19: 15:30-1730 JST: GMT+9)
It may be of your interest. Kyushu University organizes a series of symposium, named Asia Week. I also organize the panel, "Politics, Technology and Trust in the Fight Against Covid-19". The panel will critical assess political discourse of anti-Covid measures in Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines. This is an Online workshop and everyone is welcome!!
Details are as follows:
Call for contributions to the authors' workshop and special issue on Covid crisis discourse at Crisis Discourse Blog
Call for contributions to the authors’ workshop and special issue on # Covid crisis discourse (online)
An initiative of the DVPW Discourse Group and Crisis Discourse Blog, hosted by the Viadrina Institute of European Studies
Workshop: 2-3 December, 2021, @ Zoom
Deadline for abstract submission: 23 October, 2021