This wide-ranging conference features papers from internationally-renowned scholars, policy analysts, diplomatic and NGO experts and postgraduate researchers from across Europe, the Asia-Pacific, and North America. The programme includes papers taking comparative approaches to security cultures and communities, territorialisation, literary representation and translation, the cultural imaginary, media representations, elite formation, diasporic and postcolonial identities, material culture and cultural reproduction, property rights, area studies, religious identities, racialised and sexualised identities, political economy, performativity, and the role of law in identity formation.
Thematically organised, the conference aims to provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion across politics and international relations, development, gender, literary and cultural studies, law, economics, art history, history, and sociology.
BOOK NOW FOR DISCOUNTED FEE:
The 2-day registration fee is £35 before 10 April, £40 after (students £17.50).
On-campus accommodation available at £32 per night (book before 20 April).
The conference organiser is Professor Stephanie Lawson.
Further details are available from the Conference Secretary: M.Drake@uea.ac.uk.
Dr Michael Drake
School of Economic and Social Studies
University of East Anglia
UK Email: email@example.com
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