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CfP I Frontiers of Humanity and Beyond: Towards new critical understandings of borders I Deadline: 28/02/2021

Frontiers of Humanity and Beyond: Towards new critical understandings of borders


V CHAM International Conference 21-23/07/2021
Location: Universidade Nova De Lisboa & online

Deadline Call for Papers: 28/02/2021

 

Papers should be designed to be included in the Themes of the Conference and/or in one of the following Panels.

  • Decentering Asian slavery in early modern European colonial empires: Debates, definitions and challenges (16th to 19th century) – Rômulo Da Silva Ehalt (Sophia University / JSPS) & Stuart Mcmanus (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  • Beyond Frontiers Perspectives: Innovation, Creativity and Sustainability in Heritage Research – Carla Alferes Pinto & Paula Ochôa (CHAM – Centre for the Humanities NOVA FCSH)
  • Legal Books in the Iberian Worlds. Crossing the Borders of Normative Knowledge Production in the Age of Printing Press – Manuela Bragagnolo (Max Planck Institute for European Legal History)
  • Crossing Borders at Sea – Ryan Jones ( University of Oregon), Brooke Grasberger (Brown University), Jason Colby (University of Victoria) & Nadin Hee (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Shifting Borderlines of a Multicultural City: Thessaloniki between the Ottoman Empire and the Greek Nation-State – Shai Srougo (University of Haifa)
  • New Materialisms, New Realisms, and the Boundaries of the Human – Diogo De Carvalho Cabral (Trinity College Dublin) & André Vasques Vital (University Center of Anápolis)
  • Re-thinking Iberian Boundaries in the Rio de la Plata – Agencies, Circulations, and Interactions in the Tupi-Guarani area (16th-19th centuries) – Guillaume Candela (Aberystwyth University)
  • Informants from the borders: agency and territorial mediation in early modern Iberian empires (15th-18th centuries) – Ida Mauro (Universitat de Barcelona), Diego Sola (Universitat de Barcelona) & Anna Busquets (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
  • Cultural and Religious Borders: Understanding Interactions and Conflicts between faiths in Preindustrial societies – Esther Pascua Echegaray (Madrid Open University)
  • Early Anthropocene: Exploitation and extinction in the seas – Nina Vieira & Cristina Brito (CHAM – Centre for the Humanities NOVA FCSH)
  • Trans-imperial circulation of modern politics – François Godicheau (University of Toulouse)
  • Frontiers, Race and Environment: Conflict and the construction of the natural sciences narrative in the edges of the colonial empires – Gisele C. Conceição (University of São Paulo, FFLCH/USP) & Fabiano Bracht (University of Porto, FLUP)
  • Crossing frontiers between the history of architecture and the history of law: legal aspects of building practices – Sandra M. G. Pinto (CHAM – Centre for the Humanities NOVA FCSH)
  • Iberian Frontiers in Colonial Amazonia: Circulations, Connections and Conflicts – Pablo Ibáñez-Bonillo (CHAM – Centre for the Humanities NOVA FCSH)
  • Thinking Coastlines as Fluid Frontiers – Joana Gaspar De Freitas (Center of History, School of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon)
  • The otherness of others: an interdisciplinary and intersectionality approach on disability identity – Patrícia Roque Martins (CITCEM – Transdisciplinary Research Centre «Culture, Space and Memory»)
  • Decolonizing Nature, Environmental Ocean-Land Extractivism Latin America, XVII-XXIth Century – Antonio Ortega Santos (University of Granada)
  • Fluid Infrastructural Time(s): Temporalities, Spatial Transformations and the (Un)Making of Borders – Caio Simoes De Araujo (Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research) & Pedro Pombo (Goa University)
  • African built environment: mapping practices of exploration and control before the scramble for Africa – Mafalda Pacheco & Alice Santiago Faria (CHAM – Centre for the Humanities NOVA FCSH)
  • Networks and practices across colonial built environments (circa 1892) – Alice Santiago Faria (CHAM – Centre for the Humanities NOVA FCSH)
  • Women at borderlands: female agency and political negotiation at the edges of European Empires S, XVI-XVIII – Diana Roselly Pérez-Gerardo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
  • A border is a border is a border? Discussing boundaries in Antiquity – Catarina Miranda, Marcus Carvalho Pinto & Ronaldo Pereira (CHAM – Centre for the Humanities NOVA FCSH)
  • Emerging boundaries of Human Rights, conviviality, and social sciences of globalizations: Critiques in search of new dynamics – Luca Bussotti (Federal University of Pernambuco), Laura António Nhaueleque (Open University of Lisbon) & Marc Jacquinet (Open University of Lisbon)

 

More information and submission under: https://chamconference2021.fcsh.unl.pt/call-for-papers