POLCAN2ID#: 2716
Date: 2017-03-29
Time: 00:00:00
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Category: Call for Papers
Subject: Final Call for Proposals - Revolutions Conference

Revolutions Conference

September 29 to October 1 2017, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada


Final Call *Note revised deadline of April 15*


In the 100th anniversary year of the Russian Revolutions, our conference focuses on the theme of revolutions, including their widespread and widely varying causes, contexts, conditions and consequences.


It will feature keynote addresses from four very accomplished speakers whose work is representative of the diverse features and geographies of revolutions past and present: Julia BuxtonDomenico LosurdoRuslan Dzarasov and Gong Yun. The conference will benefit greatly from the contributions of these scholars, as well as from the generous support of the following journals and institutions:


Capital and Class; Capitalism Socialism Nature; International Critical Thought; Marxism 21; Research in Political Economy; Review of African Political Economy; Third World Quarterly; World Review of Political Economy;


Centre of Asia Pacific Initiatives, Victoria; Gyeongsang University, South Korea; Centre for Global Studies, Victoria; Mayworks Festival; Association of United Ukrainian Canadians


For more information about the conference and instructions on how to submit a paper, panel or stream please visit geopoliticaleconomy.org.


The deadline for paper, panel and stream proposals is 15 March 2017.


Information about bursaries available April 31st


Please send all proposals to contact@gergconference.ca


Website: www.geopolical economy.org


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