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Junior Scholar Award InASEA Graz2020

Junior Scholar Award for the 10th InASEA Congress 24-26 September 2020, Graz, Austria

Southeast European History and Anthropology, University of Graz
Visual Cultures in Southeast Europe: globalization, gender, power and resistance

The International Association for Southeast European Anthropology (InASEA), in 24-26 September, 2020 will have its 10th Congress, which this time will be hosted and organized by Southeast European History and Anthropology (SEEHA), Institute of History, University of Graz.

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***Extended Deadline 28th of February 2020 10th InASEA Congress Call for Papers

10th InASEA Congress in Graz, Austria 24-26 September 2020

***Extended Deadline 28th of February 2020

Southeast European History and Anthropology, University of Graz
Visual Cultures in Southeast Europe: globalization, gender, power and resistance

Call for Paper/Panel

Visual representation has been crucial in shaping the understanding about people, cultures, resistance, class, gender, ethnicity and more. In the digital era, also called the age of social
media, and hypermediacy this has become even more evident as societies create and are confronted with images and multiplicities of representations ever more frequently. The overall visuality has economized the written text in order to be more efficient in reaching certain audiences. Visual cultures today have no place or space of origin; they are migrating globally and are understood and interpreted locally. Visual cultures, as practices and manifestations of life that are expressed through visual aspects and interpreted through individual and shared experiences, will be considered at this conference through special focus on globalization, power, gender and resistance. Therefore, “Visual cultures in SEE”, are unfolding in this tension between the local and the global.

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Turku Book Prize 2019

The European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) and the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (RCC), are pleased to announce the call for entries for the 2019 Turku Book Prize in European Environmental History that they jointly sponsor every two years.

With the purpose of identifying and encouraging excellent, innovative, and well-written scholarship in the field of European environmental history, the prize is worth €3,000 and will be awarded at the Tenth Biennial ESEH Conference to be held in Tallinn, Estonia, in August 2019. This prize rewards authors and books that are European and therefore does not compete with other environmental history prizes that recognize work relating to other parts of the world.

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