At present, the scientific debate and discourse takes place in an interdisciplinary way. The islands are a privileged space for it to happen and Nesology precisely calls for this form of intervention both in research and in discussions to disseminate the results of studies, which have been undertaken. Since 2009, with the publication of the first issue of the Anuário, the CEHA decided to invest in this type of approach, subordinating to it all its research, discussion and dissemination. The debates and publications that have happened in 2009 and in 2010 are a proof of that.
During the year 2011, we want to carry on with this form of debate and disclosure, calling for researchers to interact with our initiatives for an open practice and in accordance with the interdisciplinary discourse. This is one of the major challenges of CEHA whilst organizing the second part of this Congress to be held between 6 and 8 June 2011. Taking as its starting point the question of relations between the continents and insular spaces or cities, we shall devote our attention to Economy, Finances and Insular Institutions - relations of dependency and control.
Accordingly, we launch the following panel discussions:
1 - ISLANDS AND CONTINENTS: relationships of closeness and dependency.
1.1. The islands within the Portuguese Empire in the sixteenth century.
1.2. The islands of Asia.
COORDINATION: Vitor Rodrigues / Luís Filipe Barreto
2 – INSULAR ECONOMIES AND FINANCES: relations of dependency and control.
2.1. Models of economic exploitation and domination.
2.2. World-economy relations with the islands.
2.3. Integration of the Atlantic islands within the Atlantic and European economies.
COORDINATION: Fátima Sequeira Dias / Anthony Macias / Alberto Vieira
3 – FINANCES AND THE INSULAR INSTITUTIONS: The case of Madeira.
Presentation of the first research results within the CEHA’s Project “Deve e Haver das Finanças da Madeira “
COORDINATION: Alberto Vieira
4 – INSULAR HISTORY AND HISTORIOGRAPHY: on the 25st CEHA anniversary.
4.1. Our mission now and in the future.
4.2. The importance and role the national historiography bestows to historiographic production of .the islands.
COORDINATION: Paulo Rodrigues / Alberto Vieira
Registration: March 1st 2011
Deadline for paper submission: May 15th 2011
Deadline for paper submission - final version: July 15th 2011
SECRETARIA REGIONAL DE EDUCAÇÃO E CULTURA/RAM
CENTRO DE ESTUDOS DE HISTÓRIA DO ATLÂNTICO
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