dimanche 16 novembre 2014

Les Clés du Moyen-Orient. ενδιαφέρουσες αναλύσεις για το κουρδικό και το Ισλαμικό Χαλιφάτο, γνωστό και ως (EI) ή Daesh

Les Kurdes et le Kurdistan par les cartes : du traité de Sèvres à la guerre contre l’État islamique (EI)
Article publié le 13/11/2014

Par Corentin Denis
http://www.lesclesdumoyenorient.com/Les-Kurdes-et-le-Kurdistan-par-les.html

La politique kurde de la Turquie à l’épreuve des conflits syriens
Article publié le 10/11/2014

Par Nicolas Hautemanière
http://www.lesclesdumoyenorient.fr/La-politique-kurde-de-la-Turquie-a.html

Daesh et l’Iran : un ennemi chasse l’autre
Article publié le 29/10/2014

Par Thomas Fourquet
http://www.lesclesdumoyenorient.fr/Daesh-et-l-Iran-un-ennemi-chasse-l.html

Université populaire, iReMMO, « De l’Empire ottoman à la Turquie d’aujourd’hui », Samedi 15 novembre 2014
Article publié le 12/11/2014


Programme :

- Séance 1 (10h30-12h30)
L’Empire ottoman au XIXème, avec Ghislaine Alleaume, directrice de Recherche au CNRS et directrice de l’IREMAM (Institut de Recherches et d’Études sur le Monde Arabe et Musulman).

- Séance 2 (14h-16h)
Vivre dans l’Empire ottoman et en Turquie, avec François Georgeon, directeur de recherche émérite au CNRS.

- Séance 3 (16h15-18h)
Histoire du nationalisme turc, avec Ali Kazancigil, politologue, il a enseigné à la Middle East Technical University (Ankara), dirigé les programmes des sciences sociales et humaines de l’Unesco et il est actuellement codirecteur de la revue de géopolitique Anatoli : De l’Adriatique à la Caspienne (CNRS Editions). Il a notamment dirigé l’ouvrage La Turquie, d’une révolution à l’autre, Fayard, 2013.

L’Université populaire 2014/2015 est organisée en partenariat avec le magazine en ligne Orient XXI.
Contact et inscription : universite-populaire@iremmo.org
Participation : 20 euros pour la journée (12 euros pour les étudiants et les demandeurs d’emploi).
Lieu :
iReMMO
5, rue Basse des Carmes,
75005 Paris (M° Maubert Mutualité)

samedi 15 novembre 2014

EURAMES Info Service 40/2014

EURAMES Info Service 40/2014


Dear Madame, dear Sir, dear colleague and friend,

Please find below the following announcements:

CONFERENCES

1. Conference “Progressive Arab Voices on Islamic Reform”, Washington D.C., 2 December 2014

2. Conference: “Islam in Africa: Historical and Contemporary Processes of Islamisation and Re-islamisations in Africa”, Bern, 24-25 April 2015

3. Conference: ”In Search of a Model for the Middle East: A Comparison of The Turkish and Nordic Experiences”, Lund University, 16-17 April 2015

4. Conference on "Reading the Dust" and "Shaking the Open Spaces": Subversive and Opposing Elements in Modern Arabic Literature”, Bar-Ilan University, 29 April 2015

5. Conference:  “Islamic Banking and Finance - Theoretical Development and Experiencing Realities", 29 April 2015, London

6. International Conference: “World War I and the Non-Turkish Minorities in the Ottoman Empire: Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks”, New York, 21-22 May 2015


POSITIONS

7. Fellowships for Research on “Micro-Politics and Patterns of Legitimation in International Negotiation Arenas”,  Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University of  Duisburg, Germany

8.  Director for “Medieval Programme", British Institute of Persian Studies (BIPS), London

9. Teaching Assistant Professorship in Arabic Language, Aarhus University, Denmark

10. Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Sociology with a background in Social Policy, Zayed University, Dubai Campus

11. Vacancies at the Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore


OTHER INFORMATION

12. Vacancy for a PhD Candidate in the Research Group “The Politics of Resources”, Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO), Berlin

13. Articles on Arabic and Islamic Law for the Journal "GAIR-Mitteilungen" 2015

14. New Journal “Entangled Religions” Online Now

15. Articles for Collective Book: “Turkey’s Engagement in the Arab Uprisings”

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If you want to distribute an announcement via EURAMES Info Service (more than 5000 recipients, only English and French announcements), please apply the usual format of the text with no more than 100 words and no attachment. Please send only the most important information and refer to further details with a link to the respective website or an email address.

Best regards,

Guenter Meyer, Center for Research on the Arab World (CERAW), University of Mainz, Germany


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CONFERENCES

1. Conference “Progressive Arab Voices on Islamic Reform”, Washington D.C., 2 December 2014

This conference brings together leading Arab Muslim thinkers who provide cutting-edge analysis of what is powering Islamic radicalism. Their courageous diagnosis for reform goes far beyond what we are accustomed to hear. Speakers include Abdou Filali-Ansari (Morocco), Hassan Mneimneh (Lebanon/USA), Nabil al-Haidari (Iraq), Iqbal al-Gharbi (Tunisia), Babikir Faisal (Sudan) and Al-Haj Warraq (Sudan).


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2. Conference: “Islam in Africa: Historical and Contemporary Processes of Islamisation and Re-islamisations in Africa”, Bern, 24-25 April 2015

This joint conference of the Swiss Society Middle East and Islamic Cultures and the Swiss Society of African Studies aims to explore the dynamics behind the huge diversity within African Islam. It is interested in both historical and contemporary processes of islamisation and re-islamisations in Africa and their consequences. The organizers welcome papers by anthropologists, archaeologists, historians, geographers, sociologists, political scientists, researchers in Islamic studies and other related disciplines.

Deadline for papers in English, French or German: 30 November 2014. Information http://f-origin.hypotheses.org/wp-content/blogs.dir/1460/files/2014/09/Call-for-papers-Islam-in-Africa.pdf

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3. Conference: ”In Search of a Model for the Middle East: A Comparison of The Turkish and Nordic Experiences”, Lund University, 16-17 April 2015

The conference aims (i) to create opportunities to exchange insights and advance analysis of the potential of the Nordic and Turkish societies to provide useful resources to the consolidation and deepening of pluralistic democracies and human rights in the region and, at the same time, (ii) to examine how and why the two societies have come to represent models and (iii) explore the ways these are being criticized and debunked both domestically and internationally.

Deadline for abstracts: 15 November 2014.  Information  http://iismm.hypotheses.org/17015

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4. Conference on "Reading the Dust" and "Shaking the Open Spaces": Subversive and Opposing Elements in Modern Arabic Literature”, Bar-Ilan University, 29 April 2015

The poetry of Adunis may be seen to reflect the state of the writer and of the individual in modern Arab society, living within various conflicts such as imitation vs. innovation, traditional vs. modern art, and the old vs. the new. It may also well reflect the innovative and subversive elements which have always existed in modern Arabic literature, asking to break conventions and spread new revolutionary ideas.

The conference organized by the Department of Arabic at Bar-Ilan University aims at focusing on these elements, studying the dynamics of their birth and understanding the thematic and stylistic changes they brought, and are still bringing, into modern Arabic literature.

Deadline for proposals in Arabic, Hebrew or English:  1 January 2015 to be sent to the conference organizer Dr Dorit Gottesfeld: gottes-r@zahav.net.il


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5. Conference:  “Islamic Banking and Finance - Theoretical Development and Experiencing Realities", 29 April 2015, London

The conference pursues the theme of culmination of theories that are meant to develop the qualitative and quantitative expansion of the Islamic finance as well as the realities faced by this sector in the  financial markets.

Abstract Submission by 30 November 2014 to inquiries@oiibf.org.uk.  Information http://oiibf.org.uk/

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6. International Conference: “World War I and the Non-Turkish Minorities in the Ottoman Empire: Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks”, New York, 21-22 May 2015

The Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center (City University of New York), the Asia Minor and Pontos Hellenic Research Center, and the Zoryan Institute invite submissions of manuscript abstracts for this conference.

Deadline for submissions: 15 November 2014. Information http://iismm.hypotheses.org/16980

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POSITIONS

7. Fellowships for Research on “Micro-Politics and Patterns of Legitimation in International Negotiation Arenas”,  Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University of  Duisburg, Germany

We invite theoretical and conceptual contributions, discourse and narrative analysis, and also welcome empirical case studies on the role of state and non-state actors in global and regional negotiation processes. Fellows will join the Centre for a period of six to twelve months.

Deadline for application: 4 January 2015. Fellowships will begin in October 2015. Information http://www.gcr21.org/en/fellows/how-to-become-a-fellow/fellowships/

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8.  Director for "Medieval Programme", British Institute of Persian Studies (BIPS), London

The position lasts for 3 years, commencing April 2015. The successful candidate should have a PhD, must be employed by a British HEI (or a British museum), and demonstrate ability to lead and co-ordinate projects and networks..

Deadline for applications: 15 March 2015. Information: Lloyd.Ridgeon@glasgow.ac.uk.

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9. Teaching Assistant Professorship in Arabic Language, Aarhus University, Denmark

The position is affiliated with the Arab and Islamic Studies program, and involves teaching Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and at least one Arabic dialect. The
three-year position is dedicated to full-time teaching, including professional development. The appointment begins on 1 August 2015.

Employment as teaching assistant professor requires a Master’s degree in Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (TAFL) or in Arabic or similar academic qualifications.
Theoretical qualifications in language pedagogy and foreign language teaching as well as knowledge of technology-based language courses will also be important assets.

Information  Louise Søndergaard, e-mail: louises@au.dk.

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10. Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Sociology with a background in Social Policy, Zayed University, Dubai Campus

Strong theoretical and methodological skills are desirable. The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate-level courses, including courses on Culture and Society, Comparative Sociology, Politics of Identity, Research Methods, Critical Thinking, and courses related to the candidate’s area of specialization, and possibly graduate level courses.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and continue until the position has been filled. Information https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=50086

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11. Vacancies at the Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore

The following vacancies for 2015 are available: 1) Post-doctoral Fellowships; 2) Visiting Research Fellowships; 3)  Sabbatical Fellowships

The deadline for applications for Post-Doctoral, Visiting Research and Sabbatical Fellowships is 31 December 2014. Information: https://mei.nus.edu.sg/index.php/website/new-job-opening. For further enquiries contact Ms Norizan Selamat at norizan@nus.edu.sg.

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OTHER INFORMATION

12. Vacancy for a PhD Candidate in the Research Group “The Politics of Resources”, Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO), Berlin

The research group investigates processes through which specific matters (land, water, minerals, forest etc.) are ‘turned into’ resources; when and how are they re-valued, how do they acquire economic significance? How can we describe and explain processes through which such resources generate power, wealth, influence and meaning? etc. Proposals for PhD projects focusing on one particular case study relating to this wider thematic field in the modern Middle East, Africa, South-, Southeast- and Central Asia are invited.

Starting Date: January 1, 2015 or later (overall duration: 48 months). Information: www.zmo.de/Ausschreibungen/Research%20Positions/Ausschreibung_PhD_resources_1114_final.pdf

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13. Articles on Arabic and Islamic Law for the Journal "GAIR-Mitteilungen" 2015

The Gesellschaft für Arabisches und Islamisches Recht e.V. (GAIR) is furthering  the mutual understanding of law, legal systems and legal practice between European scholars and those of the Arabic and wider Islamic region. Its annual scientific journal, the GAIR-Mitteilungen, is publishing contributions on the legal developments in this field, covering theoretical legal debate as well as the practical application of both secular and Islamic laws.

Well-known and junior scholars as well as practitioners are invited  to submit articles, reports and reviews as well as case reports and comments on cases and legislation in German and English until 31 January 2015. Information: mitteilungen@gair.de

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14. New Journal “Entangled Religions” Online Now

Entangled Religions – Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Religious Contact and Transfer (ER) is now online with its very first contributions at www.er.ceres.rub.de! As a project of Käte Hamburger Kolleg at Ruhr-University Bochum, Entangled Religions is sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.It offers a platform for researchers from all over the world who approach questions related to religious contact and transfer.

We are calling for papers by scholars from all disciplines! Feel free to send your article or book review to er-contact@rub.de.

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15. Articles for Collective Book: “Turkey’s Engagement in the Arab Uprisings”

This book aims at study the role of Turkey in the Arab Spring countries of Tunisia, Egypt and Syria. It will discuss the engagement of Turkey and its impact on the development of events in these countries from different perspectives. The papers presented to this proposed book will consider a number of social, economic and political factors, circumstances and changes that have influenced the Turkish policies in this context. The book will examine also the impact of the Arab uprisings on the Turkish domestic politics and the subsequent developments within Turkey.


Interested authors can send their abstracts of no more than 400 words including the bio to Dr. Ibrahim Natil, dr.natil59@gmail.com  

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samedi 1 novembre 2014

EURAMES Info Service 38/14

Dear Madame, dear Sir, dear colleague and friend,

Please find below the following announcements:

CONFERENCES

1. International Conference and Roundtable Discussion: "The First World War in the
Middle East: Experience, Knowledge, Memory", Beirut, 3-4 November 2014

2. International Conference: "Constitutional Experiences in the Middle East and
North Africa (from approx. 18th to 20th century)", Orient-Institut Beirut, 6-7
November 2014
 
3. Russo-Persian Workshop: "Winning and Losing the Great Game: Literature, Art, and
Diplomacy between Russia and Iran", Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 7-8
November 2014

4. Tenth Economic Rendezvous of the Mediterranean: “What Contribution the Social and
Solidarity Economy Can it Provide to the Development in the Mediterranean?”,
Marseille, 8 November 2014

5. Symposium: "The Idea of Iran: Post-Mongol Polities and the Reinvention of Iranian
Identities", SOAS, London, 22 November 2014
 
6. International Forum: "Food Fabrication. Culinary Practices and Food Politics in
the Arab World", Beirut, 15-17 January 2015

7. Middle East Dialogue 2015: "The Middle East: Glorious Past, Uncertain Future",
Washington DC, 26 February 2015 

8. Conference: "International Statebuilding and Gender in the Middle East", London
School of Economics, 30 March 2015

9. Second Biennial Iranian Studies Conference, University of Cambridge, 8-9 April
2015 
 
10. Second Annual Conference of the British Association for Islamic Studies,
University of London, 13–15 April 2015
 
11. Conference: "Among Empires: the British Empire in Global Imperial Context",
Lingnan University, Hong Kong: 27-29 May 2015

12. Postgraduate Symposium: "Muslims in the UK and Europe", Centre of Islamic
Studies, University of Cambridge, 29-31 May 2015

13. International Conference: "Gender, Memory and Genocide – Marking 100 Years since
the Armenian Genocide", Berlin, 4-6 June 2015

14. Sixth International Conference on Iranian Linguistics, G. Tsereteli Institute of
Oriental Studies, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia, 23-26 June 2015


POSITIONS

15. Part-time Assistant to the Publication Department,  Orient-Institut Beirut 

16. Junior Professorship (W1) in  Middle East Studies, University of Hamburg

17. Teaching Assistant Professorship in Arabic, Department of Culture and Society at
Aarhus University

18. Other Positions


OTHER INFORMATION

19. Articles for "Journal of Islamic Perspective and Culture"

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If you want to distribute an announcement via EURAMES Info Service (more than 5000
recipients, only English and French announcements), please apply the usual format of
the text with no more than 100 words and no attachment. Please send only the most
important information and refer to further details with a link to the respective
website or an email address.

Best regards,

Guenter Meyer, Center for Research on the Arab World (CERAW), University of Mainz,
Germany

___________


CONFERENCES

1. International Conference and Roundtable Discussion: "The First World War in the
Middle East: Experience, Knowledge, Memory", Beirut, 3-4 November 2014

100 years have passed since the outbreak of the First World War. This international
conference, organized by the Orient Institut Beirut (OIB), the Institut français du
Proche Orient (Ifpo), the History Department of the Université Saint-Jospeh (USJ)
and the Institute of Palestinian Studies (IPS), aims to question and rethink the
place of this conflict in the history of the Middle East. 

Program
http://www.orient-institut.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Programme_Grande_Guerre_27-10-14_2.pdf

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2. International Conference: "Constitutional Experiences in the Middle East and
North Africa (from approx. 18th to 20th century)", Orient-Institut Beirut, 6-7
November 2014
 
Convenors: Stefan Leder and Astrid Meier. This conference aims at exploring concepts
and practices related to constitutional experiences prior and parallel to the
occurrence of written constitutions. Combining political, intellectual, legal and
social history across the region, the conference combines papers on legal and
organizational frameworks, administrative bodies, associations, councils,
corporative structures, customs, as well as discourses of rule, power and statehood
aimed at containing authority. 

Program:
http://www.orient-institut.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Final_Programme_30.10.2014.pdf
 
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3. Russo-Persian Workshop: "Winning and Losing the Great Game: Literature, Art, and
Diplomacy between Russia and Iran", Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 7-8
November 2014

Program and further Information:
http://www.ames.cam.ac.uk/news-events/files/RussoPersianWorkshopOhio2014.pdf

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4. Tenth Economic Rendezvous of the Mediterranean: “What Contribution the Social and
Solidarity Economy Can it Provide to the Development in the Mediterranean?”,
Marseille, 8 November 2014

 The conference is organized by the Institute of the Mediterranean/Femise & the
Circle of Economists. The conference will rely on a report commissioned by the EIB
on the same topic of the conference directed by Femise.

Information and registration http://www.lesrendezvousdelamediterranee.fr/en/

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5. Symposium: "The Idea of Iran: Post-Mongol Polities and the Reinvention of Iranian
Identities", SOAS, London, 22 November 2014
 
Speakers: Marco Brambilla, Architect and Architectural Historian; Olga Davidson,
ILEX Foundation;  Tofigh Heidarzadeh, University of California, Riverside;  Stefan
Kamola, Princeton University; George Lane, SOAS; Tomoko Masuya, The University of
Tokyo; Charles Melville, University of Cambridge.

 Program and registration: www.soas.ac.uk/lmei-cis/events/idea-of-iran/file96527.pdf

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6. International Forum: "Food Fabrication. Culinary Practices and Food Politics in
the Arab World", Beirut, 15-17 January 2015

Jointly organized by the Orient-Institut Beirut and Goethe-Institut Beirut. The aim
of this forum is to take a comprehensive look at food in Lebanon and the Arab World
where food insecurity coexists with obesity; and where most of the food consumed is
imported. It aims to contribute to the contemporary debates surrounding food by
addressing pressing issues such as culinary practices, food globalization, food
safety and food security. The forum will bring together farmers and entrepreneurs,
activists, artists and politicians and academics in order to echo the voices
implicated in the debates over food. Participants will critically examine current
eating habits, cooking and dining cultures, food trends as well as the relation of
food and arts.

Information: www.orient-institut.org/fileadmin/user_upload/FoodFabrication_Outline.pdf

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7. Middle East Dialogue 2015: "The Middle East: Glorious Past, Uncertain Future",
Washington DC, 26 February 2015 

The Middle East Dialogue is for policy makers, scholars, business and social
leaders, to discuss current issues. Its purpose is to promote multidisciplinary
conversation about topics that include, but are not limited to education
initiatives, social, economic and political reforms, nuclear proliferation,
interfaith dialogue, women's gains and challenges, peace initiatives, and potential
areas of conflict.

Deadline for proposals: 30 December 2014. Information
www.ipsonet.org/conferences/middle-east-dialogue

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8. Conference: "International Statebuilding and Gender in the Middle East", London
School of Economics, 30 March 2015

This conference aims to look at the impact of the relationship between
international, national and local actors on the level of incorporation of gender in
the processes of statebuilding in the Middle East. This call invites paper proposals
 focusing on Iraqi Kurdistan and Iraq, as well as the rest of the Middle East and
North Africa region. 

Deadline for proposals 16 January 2015. Information
www.lse.ac.uk/middleEastCentre/research/Collaboration-Projects/collaborations-2013-2014/AUD/LSEConference.aspx

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9. Second Biennial Iranian Studies Conference, University of Cambridge, 8-9 April
2015 
 
Papers are invited that relate to any aspect of Iranian studies in any discipline
within the humanities and social sciences. This includes but is by no means limited
to: ancient through to contemporary history and historiography; anthropology;
archaeology; cultural heritage and conservation; social and political theory;
Diaspora and area studies; ecology and the environment; economics; historical
geography etc.
 
Deadline for proposals: 15 November 2014. Information:  www.symposia-iranica.com

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10. Second Annual Conference of the British Association for Islamic Studies,
University of London, 13–15 April 2015
 
Following the very successful inaugural conference of BRAIS at the University of
Edinburgh in April 2014, the organizers now invite proposals for whole panels or
individual papers on any aspect or sub-discipline of Islamic Studies which is
broadly understood, to include all aspects of the study of Islam and Muslims, past
and present, in both Muslim-majority and Muslim-minority contexts
 
Deadline for proposals: 1 December 2014. Information
www.brais.ac.uk/annual-conference/2015-call-for-papers

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11. Conference: "Among Empires: the British Empire in Global Imperial Context",
Lingnan University, Hong Kong: 27-29 May 2015

This conference will address the British Empire within the context of its relations
with rival empires—including those of other European imperial powers, the
“traditional” landbased empires of Asia and Africa, and emergent transnational or
multinational institutions or domains. All papers should focus on the British Empire
and at least one other “empire”— e.g., the Ottoman, Mughal, Safavid, etc. 

Deadline for abstracts 1 December 2014. Information
www.ln.edu.hk/history/conference/pdf/British%20Conference%202015/Call%20for%20Papers.pdf

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12. Postgraduate Symposium: "Muslims in the UK and Europe", Centre of Islamic
Studies, University of Cambridge, 29-31 May 2015

The organizers invite applications from current Masters and PhD candidates to
present their research on issues pertaining to Muslims in the UK and Europe, from
any discipline. The symposium will be a platform for students to present and
exchange current research on any topic in this field in a dynamic forum.
Accommodation will be covered by the Centre of Islamic Studies and travel bursaries
will be available.

Deadline for abstracts 2 February 2015. Information visit: www.cis.cam.ac.uk

mardi 28 octobre 2014

Call for Papers, International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary Research

Call for Papers
International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary Research
ISSN: 2372-4846 (Print) 2372-4854 (Online)
(This journal is published in various languages as per the choice of the author)
International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary Research is an international peer-reviewed Journal. It publishes research papers focused on contemporary issues from every aspect of the business and economics, humanities and the social sciences, and science and technology. This is the only journal of American Research Institute for Policy Development which is published in various languages as per the choice of the author. The journal follows double-blind peer review process. The journal seeks original manuscripts that provide theoretically informed empirical analyses of worldwide contemporary issues, as well as original theoretical or conceptual analyses.
The journal is published by the American Research Institute for Policy Development that serves as a focal point for academicians, professionals, graduate and undergraduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world.
The interested contributors are highly encouraged to submit their manuscripts/papers to the executive editor via e-mail at editor@aripd.org. Please indicate the name of the journal (International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary Research) in the cover letter or simply put ‘International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary Research’ in the subject box during submission via e-mail. 
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IMJCR is inviting papers for Vol. 2, No. 3 & 4. The online publication date is December 31, 2014. Submission Deadline: November 30, 2014.
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Editor-in-Chief

International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary Research