Contestation between forms of global justice

Venue: Politikatörténeti Alapítvány és Intézet Alkotmány utca 2., Budapest, 1054 Time: November 9 (Friday) 14:00–19:30 November 10 (Saturday) 10:30–15:10 Facebook event The aim of the conference is to better understand the current debates around migration in Europe, but, importantly, from a global perspective. Participants will elaborate on the meaning and understandings of global justices (among others non-domination on state levels, impartiality in individual rights, cultural recognition, more equal sharing of global burdens) in the context of the current processes of migration, migration policies, nationalism afraid of external domination, and unequal relations globally and also within Eu

Rethinking Balkanism

Roundtable discussion organized by Karl Polanyi Center for Global Social Studies, CEU History Department and Pasts, Inc. Center for Historical Studies. Venue: Central European University 103 Tiered Room Nádor utca 15, 1051 Budapest Time: November 13, 2018 6:30 PM Speakers Diana Mishkova: Rethinking Balkanism About Diana Mishkova’s Beyond Balkanism: In recent years, western discourse about the Balkans, or “Balkanism,” has risen in prominence. Characteristically, this strand of research sidelines the academic input in the production of western representations and Balkan self-understanding. Looking at the Balkans from the vantage point of “Balkanism” has therefore contributed to its further mar

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