Conference

PANEL: Global Discourses (and Counter-Discourses) of Hostility in the Social Media Age

We invite submission of abstracts for a panel entitled Global Discourses (and Counter-Discourses) of Hostility in the Social Media Age, to be proposed as part of the ESTIDIA (European Society for Transcultural and Interdisciplinary Dialogue) Conference, to be held on 19-21 September 2019 at the University of Naples L’Orientale, Italy.

Distant collaboration in a digitalized world of work: media and digital competences, organizational design and discourses

Context

The LITME@WORK research project (www.litmeatwork.be) is pleased to invite researchers to submit abstracts for presentation at its closing conference: "Distant collaboration in a digitalized world of work: media and digital competences, organizational design and discourses". The conference will be held at the University of Namur(Belgium) on the 8th, 9th and 10th of May 2019.

Call for Papers and Panels (ECPR 2019): It’s About Time: Temporality and Complexity in Public Policy

It’s About Time: Temporality and Complexity in Public Policy

Section endorsed by the ECPR Standing Group “Theoretical Perspectives in Policy Analysis”

https://ecpr.eu/Events/SectionDetails.aspx?SectionID=818&EventID=123

 

International Conference in Ideology and Discourse Analysis 2019 Logics, Critical Explanation and the Future of Critical Political Theory: Applying Discourse Analysis in Multiple Contexts

International Conference in Ideology and Discourse Analysis 2019

Logics, Critical Explanation and the Future of Critical Political Theory: Applying Discourse Analysis in Multiple Contexts

University of Essex

May 31 - June 1 2019

Call for Papers & Panels

5th ESTIDIA Conference - Hybrid Dialogues: Transcending Binary Thinking and Moving Away from Societal Polarizations

The 5th ESTIDIA conference, to be held on 19-21 September 2019, is organised by ESTIDIA together with the I-LanD Interuniversity Research Centre and hosted by the University of Naples ‘L’Orientale’. The theme of the conference was prompted by the risks and challenges posed by the increasing use of virulent polemics both on- and off-line that are constantly shifting the boundaries between traditionally dichotomous forms of communication (e.g., public/private, face-to-face/virtual, formal/informal, polite/impolite) and types of mindsets (e.g., trust/dis