Identities and Identifications: Politicized Uses of Collective Identities (Third Edition)

19 – 20 June 2015

 

Palazzo Bernardini, Lucca, Italy

 

The Third Euroacademia International Conference ‘Identities and Identifications: Politicized Uses of Collective Identities’ aims to scrutinize the state of the art in collective identities research, to bring once more into debate the processes of identity making, identity building in both constructivist or de-constructivist dimensions. It is the aim of the Euroacademia conference to open the floor for dynamic multi-dimensional and inter-disciplinary understandings of identities in their historic formation or in the way they shape the present and future of organizations or communities.
 
Euroacademia aims to bring together a wide network of academics, researchers, practitioners and activists that are willing to share and open to debate their research on identity related topics. Disciplinary, trans and inter-disciplinary approaches, methodological assessments and recommendations, single case studies or cross-sectional analyses, reflective essays, experience sharing or works addressing new puzzles are all welcomed.
 

Conference Panels

Art and Identity Making: Self-Representation, Self–Projection and Life Practices
Cultural Belonging, Collective Identities and Politics of Representation through Difference
Identities and the Cities: Urban Transformations, Transition and Change in Urban Image Construction
History, Memory and Identity: Re-Invention of the Past through Artistic Narratives
Performing Identities in Writing: Literature and Textual Strategies of Identity Making
Identity and the Visual: The Role of Visual Representation in Shaping Identitarian Signifiers
Society, Politics and Identity Making Practices

 

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