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    1. Apr
      5
      Wed

      1. Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
        Apr 5 – Apr 6

        Deadline for applications: 14 October 2016

         
        Description
        In their movements between old and new worlds, migrant communities carry with them practices, traditions, objects and stories that are transmitted across new communities and through generations. This conference seeks to explore the layering of global cultures that has been produced by centuries of global migration, and its effect on memory, identity and belonging, as well as its effects on tangible and intangible heritage. The conference is designed to encourage provocative dialogue across the fullest range of disciplines. Thus we welcome papers from academic colleagues in a wide range of fields. Please see the conference website for full details and call for papers.
         
        Participant’s Profile
        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.
         
        See full details of the call at:
        https://heritagesofmigration.wordpress.com/

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        Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
    2. Apr
      6
      Thu

      1. Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
        Apr 6 – Apr 7

        Deadline for applications: 14 October 2016

         
        Description
        In their movements between old and new worlds, migrant communities carry with them practices, traditions, objects and stories that are transmitted across new communities and through generations. This conference seeks to explore the layering of global cultures that has been produced by centuries of global migration, and its effect on memory, identity and belonging, as well as its effects on tangible and intangible heritage. The conference is designed to encourage provocative dialogue across the fullest range of disciplines. Thus we welcome papers from academic colleagues in a wide range of fields. Please see the conference website for full details and call for papers.
         
        Participant’s Profile
        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.
         
        See full details of the call at:
        https://heritagesofmigration.wordpress.com/

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        Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
    3. Apr
      7
      Fri

      1. Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
        Apr 7 – Apr 8

        Deadline for applications: 14 October 2016

         
        Description
        In their movements between old and new worlds, migrant communities carry with them practices, traditions, objects and stories that are transmitted across new communities and through generations. This conference seeks to explore the layering of global cultures that has been produced by centuries of global migration, and its effect on memory, identity and belonging, as well as its effects on tangible and intangible heritage. The conference is designed to encourage provocative dialogue across the fullest range of disciplines. Thus we welcome papers from academic colleagues in a wide range of fields. Please see the conference website for full details and call for papers.
         
        Participant’s Profile
        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.
         
        See full details of the call at:
        https://heritagesofmigration.wordpress.com/

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        Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
    4. Apr
      8
      Sat

      1. Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
        Apr 8 – Apr 9

        Deadline for applications: 14 October 2016

         
        Description
        In their movements between old and new worlds, migrant communities carry with them practices, traditions, objects and stories that are transmitted across new communities and through generations. This conference seeks to explore the layering of global cultures that has been produced by centuries of global migration, and its effect on memory, identity and belonging, as well as its effects on tangible and intangible heritage. The conference is designed to encourage provocative dialogue across the fullest range of disciplines. Thus we welcome papers from academic colleagues in a wide range of fields. Please see the conference website for full details and call for papers.
         
        Participant’s Profile
        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.
         
        See full details of the call at:
        https://heritagesofmigration.wordpress.com/

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        Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
    5. Apr
      9
      Sun

      1. Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
        Apr 9 – Apr 10

        Deadline for applications: 14 October 2016

         
        Description
        In their movements between old and new worlds, migrant communities carry with them practices, traditions, objects and stories that are transmitted across new communities and through generations. This conference seeks to explore the layering of global cultures that has been produced by centuries of global migration, and its effect on memory, identity and belonging, as well as its effects on tangible and intangible heritage. The conference is designed to encourage provocative dialogue across the fullest range of disciplines. Thus we welcome papers from academic colleagues in a wide range of fields. Please see the conference website for full details and call for papers.
         
        Participant’s Profile
        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.
         
        See full details of the call at:
        https://heritagesofmigration.wordpress.com/

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        Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home (all-day)
    6. Apr
      28
      Fri

      1. The 7th Euroacademia International Conference – Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers (all-day)
        Apr 28

        The 7th Euroacademia International Conference

        Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers

         

        28 – 29 April 2017
        5* Hotel Infante Sagres, Porto, Portugal

         

        CALL FOR PANELS AND PAPERS

         

        Deadline: 15 March 2017

         
         
        Europe became in the 20th century an elaborated yet contested notion as a particular field of European studies emerged and extensive and diverse research was directed recently towards an intensified search for what Europe is about. The creation of the European Union made things even more specialized and increased the stake of methodological rigor as more and more Europeans are affected by the decisions taken in Brussels. The number, diversity and quality of research projects focused on European issues is unprecedented, yet, as it is usually the case with specialization it gradually led to discursive communities that rarely meet and debate their approaches in open floors together with peers from other continents, academic traditions and cultures. It is the aim of this conference to build a bridge among specialists from different regions, academic traditions and cultures that share a common interest in studying and addressing Europe as a reflexive concern.
         
        What is Europe and its place in the world? Is there something particular that sediments in time a ‘European way’? How does Europe see itself and how do others see it? Is Europe inclusive or club-based exclusive? Is Europe becoming a normative power or just envisages itself as one? Is the European multiculturalism a fact or an ideal? Is the European Union a reflection of Europe or an appropriation of it? These are just few questions out of an enormous space for inquiry that are to be addressed and confronted within the topic of the conference.
         
        The 7th Euroacademia Conference ‘Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers’ became a regular event to take place in every year in a different European location. After five successful editions – in Vienna, Paris, Prague, Athens, Barcelona and Nice – Euroacademia moves the stage of reflection, sharing, dialogue, debate and research dissemination on Europe to Porto . Join us!



         
        See full details at: http://euroacademia.eu/conference/7th-eio-conference/

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        The 7th Euroacademia International Conference – Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers (all-day)
    7. Apr
      29
      Sat

      1. The 7th Euroacademia International Conference – Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers (all-day)
        Apr 29

        The 7th Euroacademia International Conference

        Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers

         

        28 – 29 April 2017
        5* Hotel Infante Sagres, Porto, Portugal

         

        CALL FOR PANELS AND PAPERS

         

        Deadline: 15 March 2017

         
         
        Europe became in the 20th century an elaborated yet contested notion as a particular field of European studies emerged and extensive and diverse research was directed recently towards an intensified search for what Europe is about. The creation of the European Union made things even more specialized and increased the stake of methodological rigor as more and more Europeans are affected by the decisions taken in Brussels. The number, diversity and quality of research projects focused on European issues is unprecedented, yet, as it is usually the case with specialization it gradually led to discursive communities that rarely meet and debate their approaches in open floors together with peers from other continents, academic traditions and cultures. It is the aim of this conference to build a bridge among specialists from different regions, academic traditions and cultures that share a common interest in studying and addressing Europe as a reflexive concern.
         
        What is Europe and its place in the world? Is there something particular that sediments in time a ‘European way’? How does Europe see itself and how do others see it? Is Europe inclusive or club-based exclusive? Is Europe becoming a normative power or just envisages itself as one? Is the European multiculturalism a fact or an ideal? Is the European Union a reflection of Europe or an appropriation of it? These are just few questions out of an enormous space for inquiry that are to be addressed and confronted within the topic of the conference.
         
        The 7th Euroacademia Conference ‘Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers’ became a regular event to take place in every year in a different European location. After five successful editions – in Vienna, Paris, Prague, Athens, Barcelona and Nice – Euroacademia moves the stage of reflection, sharing, dialogue, debate and research dissemination on Europe to Porto . Join us!



         
        See full details at: http://euroacademia.eu/conference/7th-eio-conference/

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        The 7th Euroacademia International Conference – Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers (all-day)
    8. Jul
      6
      Thu

      1. BRIDGE: The Heritage of Connecting Places and Cultures
        08:00 – 00:00

        Call for Papers
        Deadline: 16 January 2017

        Bridges physically and symbolically connect places, communities and cultures; they remind us of division while at the same time providing the means for unification. This conference seeks to explore heritage of bridges –not only as remarkable physical structures connecting places and cultures but also as symbolic and metaphorical markers in the landscape.
        For more details and the full call for papers, please visit: www.bridgeconference.wordpress.com

        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.

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        08:00
        BRIDGE: The Heritage of Connecting Places and Cultures
    9. Jul
      7
      Fri

      1. BRIDGE: The Heritage of Connecting Places and Cultures (all-day)
        Jul 7

        Call for Papers
        Deadline: 16 January 2017

        Bridges physically and symbolically connect places, communities and cultures; they remind us of division while at the same time providing the means for unification. This conference seeks to explore heritage of bridges –not only as remarkable physical structures connecting places and cultures but also as symbolic and metaphorical markers in the landscape.
        For more details and the full call for papers, please visit: www.bridgeconference.wordpress.com

        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.

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        BRIDGE: The Heritage of Connecting Places and Cultures (all-day)
    10. Jul
      8
      Sat

      1. BRIDGE: The Heritage of Connecting Places and Cultures (all-day)
        Jul 8

        Call for Papers
        Deadline: 16 January 2017

        Bridges physically and symbolically connect places, communities and cultures; they remind us of division while at the same time providing the means for unification. This conference seeks to explore heritage of bridges –not only as remarkable physical structures connecting places and cultures but also as symbolic and metaphorical markers in the landscape.
        For more details and the full call for papers, please visit: www.bridgeconference.wordpress.com

        Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement based at the University of Birmingham. The IIICH is a unique partnership formed over thirty years ago between the University of Birmingham and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (IGMT) which manages the World Heritage Site and ten museums. Our aims are: • To provide a welcoming intellectual home and a creative environment for the critical study of cultural heritage which offers new and challenging perspectives on the ways in which cultural heritage is understood, represented, managed and mobilised in different cultures and societies • To pursue research excellence, policy relevance and to engage with academic and policy communities and the heritage/ heritage-related sectors • To deliver research informed high quality postgraduate education linking theoretical understanding with practice and relevance.

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        BRIDGE: The Heritage of Connecting Places and Cultures (all-day)