Second Call for Papers:
RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Exeter, UK, 2-4 September 2015
Convened by Dr. Tara Woodyer, Dr. Diana Martin (University of Portsmouth); Dr. Sean Carter, Dr. Philip Kirby (University of Exeter)
Co-sponsored by the Political Geography Research Group and the Social and Cultural Geography Research Group
From the outset, critical geopolitics has emphasised approaches that question spatial distinctions between foreign/domestic politics and political distinctions between formal/popular geopolitics. More recently, feminist contributions to critical geopolitical debates have re-articulated the necessity of including the ‘everyday’ and the ‘ordinary’ into our accounts of the geopolitical, in part to work towards the dissolution of clear-cut distinctions between public and private, and towards the increasing realisation that different scales are not separate but intertwined. Continue reading CFP: Domesticating Geopolitics
Theory and Method in Child and Youth Research
June 10-12 , 2015
European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus
We are pleased to announce the 3rd international conference of theInternational Childhood and Youth Research Network (ICYRNet) which isorganized by the Center for the Study of Childhood and Adolescence and the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, European University Cyprus.
Confirmed keynote speakers:
- Jo Boyden, Professor and Director of Young Lives, Oxford University
- Dan Cook, Professor of Childhood Studies, Rutgers University
Continue reading CFP – 3rd International Conference: International Childhood and Youth Research Network
PANEL PROPOSAL for the
49th Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA)
November 21-24, 2015 Denver, Colorado
(De)constructing childhoods in daily life relationships in Middle East and North African countries
Childhood does not occur in a vacuum. Although largely viewed as a period of life isolated from the trials and tribulations of the adult world, childhoods of the modern and contemporary eras are deeply entrenched in complex and ongoing historically important phenomenon, such as colonization, war, and globalization. Continue reading CFP – (De)constructing childhoods in daily life relationships in MENA countries
The conference will be organised by Aalborg University, Denmark and will take place from the 27-29 April 2016.
A PhD workshop will also take place on the 26 April 2016.
A copy of the call for papers is attached and you will find all the information you need on the CTC 2016 website: www.ctc2016.aau.dk
Deadline for submission of extracts: 1 September 2015.
12th IMISCOE Conference: Rights, Democracy and Migration
Geneva, 25-27 June 2015
Second and final Call for Papers for a research panel proposal on: ‘The methodological challenges of conducting research with children of migrants (including teenagers and young adults) within (transnational) families’
An increasing number of studies seek to consider the experiences and perspectives of migrants and their children (including teenagers and young adults) within the relational and intergenerational context of the transnational family. These studies present a range of research challenges in relation to accessing and recruiting participants; negotiating with ‘gatekeepers’ (i.e. parents or guardians); securing informed consent from both adults and children; and managing age, gender and other power dynamics within families. Researchers in these areas need to employ a reflexive practice in relation to procedural, ethical and methodological issues. Continue reading CFP: Panel on research methods for migrant/transnational kids & families