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III / 2004

East-West Dialogue
Forum Barcelona 2004
Casa Asia Barcelona
1.–3.7.2004 — Barcelona (Spain)
  • The Dialogue between East and West: Past, Present and Future
  • A New Dialogue for a New World
  • Compared Visions: Asia and Latin America: Two Models of Society and Development
  • Ethics and Globalization: Global Values and Local Values
  • Reason and Spirit in the XXI Century: The Indispensable Dialogue
  • Dialogue and Creativity: Art, Science and Culture
Envío de resúmenes
Comunicación desde la periferia
Tradiciones orales frente a la globalización
Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM)
4.–7.7.2004 — Bratislava (Eslovaquia)
El eje del simposio será la reflexión en torno a las tradiciones orales en América Latina como procesos de comunicación en el marco de las hegemonías:
  • Investigaciones de las tradiciones orales a través de la interdisciplinariedad, evidentemente consideramos la teoría literaria, la antropología, la historia y los estudios culturales
  • Proyectos de difusión y promoción de la tradición oral
  • Convenios y proyectos comunitarios que respondan a las necesidades del entorno en su inserción a los procesos de globalización nacionales
Envío de resúmenes
Pluralismo religioso y transformaciones sociales
X Congreso Latinoamericano sobre Religión y Etnicidad
Asociación Latinoamericana para el Estudio de la Religión (ALER)
5.–9.7.2004 — San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis. (México)
  • Teoría, enfoques y metodos de la religión
  • Las dimensiones del hecho religioso
  • Las dimensiones simbólicas de las religiones y las etnicidades
  • Los cambios religiosos
  • La evangelización de América Latina
  • La herencia de la evangelización: el catolicismo latinoamericano
  • El pluralismo católico
  • El complejo mundo evangélico
  • Viejas y nuevas religiones autóctonas
  • Viejas y nuevas religiones orientales
  • Las religiones surgidas en el contexto norteamericano
  • La nueva era, los espiritismos, esoterismos y las utopías tecnológicas
  • Historia de las religiones y de las iglesias latinoamericanas
  • Religiones, sistemas miticos y "literaturas"
  • Politicas publicas y derechos y libertades religiosas
Gerechtigkeit im Dialog der Religionen
Internationales Symposium
Katholisch-Theologische Fakultät, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
7.–10.7.2004 — Würzburg (Deutschland)
  • African Christianity and the Barriers of the ethnic/tribal cultures
  • Koloniales Erbe und Afrikanisierung der Kirche
  • Violence in the Relations of Muslims and Christians in Indonesia
  • Women, Dalits, Environment in Hinduism and Christianity in India
  • Die Gestalt der Mission – eine indianische Kirche
  • Liberation in the Basic Communities – Signs of a New Church
  • The Limits of the Roman Mission – the Church in Russia
Submission of proposals
Signs of the World
Interculturality and Globalisation
8th AIS/IASS Congress
International Association of Semiotics (AIS/IASS)
Université de Lyon
7.–12.7.2004 — Lyon (France)
  • Theoretical semiotics and epistemology
  • Differences and identities
  • Semiotics of communication: exchanges and relations
  • Semiotics of cultural practices
  • Semiotics and aesthetic practices
  • Semiotics of space and time globalisation
  • Political semiotics of globalisation
Submission of proposals
Feminism Contesting Globalization
17th Annual Conference
Women's Studies Association
Women's Education, Research, and Resource Centre (WERRC), University College Dublin
8.–10.7.2004 — Dublin (Ireland)
  • Feminism and Globalisation: Theoretical Challenges
  • Globalisation, Culture and Representation
  • Women, Ecology and the Environment
  • Global Transfers of Gender
  • Sex and Sexuality in a Global Economy
  • Violence Against Women and Children: Global Perspectives
  • Women and Movement Across Borders
  • Feminism, Global Citizenship and Democracy
  • Globalisation and Labour
  • Feminist Perspectives on Human Rights
  • Globalisation and Feminism: From Resistance to Protest
  • Communities and Relationships from Local to Global
  • Technology, Gender, and (Re)Production
  • Queer Globalisation: Paradigms for Theories and Praxis
  • Organizing from the Grassroots and Transnational Coalition Building
  • War, Conflict, and Peace-Building
  • Empire and Post-Colonisation
  • Globalisation of Rural and Urban Spaces
  • Women's Studies, Feminist Scholarship and the 'Global Economy': Issues and Challenges
Submission of proposals
The Communitarian Summit
A Communitarian Agenda for the Next Four Years
Interdisciplinary Conference
The Communitarian Network
9.–11.7.2004 — Washington, DC (USA)
  • Rights and Responsibilities in the Age of Terrorism
  • Communitarian Economics: What Is to be Done?
  • Sustaining and Reforming the Community of Communities
  • From Empire to Community: Toward a Communitarian Foreign Policy
  • The Moral Voice, Social Norms (Informal Controls), and the Law
  • Beyond Relativism: The Moral Agenda – Communal Obligations and Universal Values
  • Recapturing our Holidays
  • Communitarian Policies
  • Communitarian Theory and Philosophy
Submission of proposals
Clash of Cultures
11th International Medieval Congress
International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
12.–15.7.2004 — Leeds, England (UK)
  • Intercultural borrowings
  • Religious division
  • Hybrid art and literature
  • Rich versus poor
  • "Culture", "race", "ethnicity"
  • Rules, regulations and laws: defining whose culture is in and whose is out
  • Definition by others and self-definition
  • Secular versus religious
  • Language of difference and foreignness
  • Social memory and reworking the past
  • Illustrations of difference and foreignness
  • "The Other" – and whose "other" and why?
  • Masculinity versus femininity
  • The status and treatment of minorities
  • Muslims, Latins and Orthodox in the Mediterranean
  • Transmission of ideas
  • Political rivalries (e.g. Byzantium and the West, Normans in Sicily)
  • Language contact
Submission of proposals
Evil, Law and the State
Issues in State Power and Violence
1st Global Conference
Mansfield College
14.–17.7.2004 — Oxford (UK)
  • when and why is law evil or a source of evil?
  • state violence and coercion
  • justifications for punishment, including capital punishment
  • whether and under what circumstances the adversary or inquisitorial models of legal process generate, tolerate, or allow evil outcomes
  • issues of distributive justice in law, including distributing the costs of legal error
  • the intersection of law with issues of choice, responsibility, and diminished responsibility
  • state responsibility for terrorism, war, intervention, ethnic cleansing, and other problems of international law and international relations
Submission of proposals
Philosophy in the Contemporary World
11th Annual Meeting
Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World (SPCW)
17.–21.7.2004 — Cullowhee, NC (USA)
  • Environmental Issues
  • Social Issues
  • Ethics
  • Politics
  • Feminism
  • Technology
  • Multiculturalism
  • Philosophical theory and practice
Submission of proposals
Nationalities and Pluralism from Old to New Worlds
East Central Europe and Post-Soviet Countries:
Nations, Nationalities, Culture, Religion, History and Politics
Warsaw Special Convention
Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN)
Centre for East European Studies, Warsaw University
18.–21.7.2004 — Warsaw (Poland)
The main theme of the Convention is the fate of nationalities and of national and nationalist ideas in a world of globalization and economic and political integration. This includes the relation between national ideals and the process of transformation in Central Asia, the Caucasus, East-Central Europe and the Balkans, the question of political change and democratization in the post-Soviet area, as well as the prospects for systemic change in the post-communist world.
The Convention will be held just two months after Poland and the other more advanced countries in the region join the EU while many other post-communist states continue to move back to authoritarian rule, twelve years after the fall of Communist system in East-Central Europe.
The Warsaw Special Convention will consider proposals on topics related to national identity, nationalism, ethnic conflict and state-building in Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and adjacent areas. The Convention invites proposals for individual papers or for complete panels.
Einreichung von Vorträgen
Sozialität und Anerkennung
10. Internationales Französisch-Deutsches Philosophie-Kolloquium
18.–24.7.2004 — Evian (Frankreich)
Das Kolloquium widmet sich der Frage der Sozialität. Was ist Sozialität bzw. was sind soziale Bindungskräfte, die überall dort wirksam sind, wo sich gesellschaftliche Strukturen ausbilden? Als ein möglicher Grundbegriff zur Rekonstruktion sozialer Zusammenhänge hat in jüngster Zeit der Begriff der Anerkennung an Konjunktur gewonnen. Er soll den Mechanismus verständlich machen, durch den sich soziale Bindungen, soziale Felder und sozialisierte Subjekte ausbilden – die performative Produktion sozialer Kohäsion durch die permanente Arbeit moderner Subjekte an ihrer individuierenden Vergesellschaftung. Das Kolloquium wird die Auseinandersetzung mit deutschen, französischen und angelsächsischen Diskursen der Anerkennung aufnehmen und fragen, inwieweit Sozialität als in und durch Anerkennungsverhältnisse konstituiert gedacht werden kann. Ausdrücklich sind Beiträge willkommen, die konkurrierende Vorschläge zur Explikation der grundlegenden Phänomene und Fragen von Sozialität mit ins Spiel bringen, also die Tragfähigkeit des Anerkennungsbegriffs in Frage stellen.
Submission of proposals
Religion, Philosophy and Science
1st World Hongming Philosophy Congress
World Hongming Academy of Philosophy and Religious Studies
International Association of Philosophers
International Association of Religious Studies
Chaminade University of Honolulu
22.–25.7.2004 — Honolulu, HI (USA)
The congress values papers with a long-term strategic impact, the potential to promote the creative interaction of the natural, social and human sciences with religion, theology, spirituality or philosophy, in addition to concrete and immediate benefits for the general public and policy-makers. Also, it values papers with creative, constructive, forward-looking perspectives. Its presentations and formal publications will engage the theological and philosophical dimensions in a serious way as well as rigor in the empirical, scientific dimension.
Submission of proposals
Time and Memory
12th Triennial Conference
International Society for the Study of Time (ISST)
Clare College, Cambridge University
25.–31.7.2003 — Cambridge, England (UK)
  • Memory and Neuroscience
  • Architecture and Memory
  • Memory and Perception
  • Memory and Community
  • Memory and Consciousness
  • Memory Across Cultures
  • Memes and Genes
  • Genocide and Cultural Memory
  • Hierarchical Structure and Memory
  • Monuments and History
  • Cosmological Memory
  • Memory and Planning
  • Organic/Inorganic Memory
  • Memory and Narrative
  • Quantum Memory
  • Memory and/of the Future
  • Memory in Ecosystems
  • Memory and the Image
  • Memory and Forgetting
  • False Memories
  • Computers and Memory
  • Long-/Short-Term Memory
Submission of proposals
Human Rights, Democracy, and Religion
21st International Social Philosophy Conference
North American Society for Social Philosophy
Creighton University
29.–31.7.2004 — Omaha, NE (USA)
Submissions on the conference theme are encouraged, but proposals in all areas of social philosophy are welcome.
Globalisierung, Kulturen, Religionen
Grundlagen und Perspektiven des Zusammenlebens in einer multireligiösen und multikulturellen Welt
Internationale Konferenz
Institut für Theologie Interkulturell und Studium der Religionen, Universität Salzburg
30.7.–1.8.2004 — Salzburg (Österreich)
Im Zuge des Globalisierungsprozesses befinden sich alle Kulturen, Religionen und damit alle Gesellschaften der Welt in einem grundlegenden Wandel, der vor allem durch neue Kommunikationstechnologien, Migration, weltweiten Austausch von Kapital und Gütern bedingt ist. Diese Entwicklung hat zur Entstehung pluraler Gesellschaften geführt, die nicht nur eine Chance, sondern auch ein Bedrohungspotenzial für die Zukunft der Menschheit bedeutet. Vor diesem Hintergrund stellt sich für die Tagung die Frage, wie ein Zusammenleben der Menschen in einer zunehmend multireligiösen und multikulturellen Welt gelingen kann.
Submission of proposals
The Narrative of Modernity
Co-Existence of Differences
2004 ISSEI Conference
International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI)
University of Navarra
2.–7.8.2004 — Pamplona (Spain)
Nowadays the Ethos of Individualism is regarded as a Myth rather than an Ethos hailing from the 17th Century Scientific Revolution and the 18th Century European Enlightenment. The Narrative of Modernity is, in a sense, the attempt to save the idea of Individualism from its esoteric background, without falling into moral Nihilism. The articulation of the Self in the context of coexistence with Others is the great challenge facing the European Mind, or simply, facing Europeans. Western civilisation has to meet the challenge of the legend of the disappearance of the Self. For this central issue it is imperative to rearticulate the unity of theory and practice on the one hand, and to break down the barriers within Humanistic Studies on the other.
God's Back – with a Vengeance
Religion, Pluralism and the Secular State
73nd Annual Summer Conference
Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs (CIPA)
5.–8.8.2004 — Orillia, Ont. (Canada)
In recent years, strong religious allegiances have presented increasing challenges to secular states committed to pluralism. The conference will examine these challenges and the roots of the religious revival in many parts of the world. Discussions will include religious extremism and its relationship to terrorism, the rising influence of more extreme religious beliefs in the governments of some secular states, and the tension between individual rights and collective religious rights in pluralist democracies.
Submission of proposals
Hear the Cries of the World
Buddhism and Christianity in Dialogue Toward Global Healing
7th International Buddhist Christian Conference
Society for Buddhist Christian Studies
Loyola Marymount University
6.–10.8.2004 — Los Angeles, CA (USA)
Proposals for Working Groups on themes such as Religion and Ecology, Human Rights and Social Justice, Women and Religion, Toward a Global Ethic, Practice Across Traditions, Catholic Buddhist Relations, Religious Responses to Violence, Religion and Globalization, or other relevant themes, are welcome.
Proposals for Full Panels addressing specific themes, including issues in doctrine and theory, ritual, religious practice, methodology, and others, are encouraged.
Individual paper proposals on various themes, including doctrinal, ritual, practical, ethical and other issues relevant to Buddhist Christian dialogue are also encouraged.
Submission of proposals
Translation and the Construction of Identity
International Conference
International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS)
Sookmyung Women's University
12.–14.8.2004 — Seoul (Korea)
  • Translation and the colonialist project
  • Translation as a post-colonialist practice
  • Translation and the processes of othering
  • Translation as a mode of resistance
  • Translation, historiography and national histories
  • Translating the identity of ethnic minorities
  • The strategies of appropriating/manipulating the poetics and politics of national literatures
  • The role of publishing policies in marketing particular aspects of national/cultural identities through translation
  • Translation as disinformation/misrepresentation
  • Translation and the discourse(s) of globalization
Submission of papers
Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Human Genetic Databases
International ELSAGEN Conference
Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Human Genetic Databases Project (ELSAGEN)
European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare (ESPMH)
Centre for Ethics, University of Iceland
25.–28.8.2004 — Reykjavik (Iceland)
  • Privacy of medical and genetic data
  • Consent in population genetics and biobanks
  • Genetic discrimination
  • Genomics, governance and democracy
  • Biobanks, population genetics and social justice
  • The public discourse on genetic databases, biobanks and human genomics
  • Concepts and methods in bioethical approaches to population genetics
  • The effects of human genetics on ethical frameworks
  • Social and historical contexts of genetic databases
  • Legal frameworks and problems concerning genetic databases and biobanks
  • Public perception of privacy and trust in relation to genetic databases
  • Population genetics, databases and public policy
  • Ethics committees and related institutions
  • Commercialisation and benefit-sharing
  • Genetic databases and human diversity
  • Databases for research
  • Databases and health service delivery
Submission of proposals
Pluralism in Europe?
Annual Conference
Societas Ethica
25.–29.8.2004 — Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  • Where and in what form do we need "one" law, "one" morality, "one" governance, "one" power, "one" public? How much weight should we accord Europe’s constitution, and how much its various regions?
  • Where and in what form is "one" market necessary? In what ways does the economy foster homogenizing, and in what ways dissolving, forces? Which models of economy appropriately recognize these forces?
  • Where and in which form do we need "one" culture, "one" education, "one" religion? What status should we give culture, education and religion in Europe?
Submission of proposals
Multidisciplinary Findings in Conflict Research
Annual Conference
Conflict Research Society (CRS)
United Nations University
University of Ulster
1.–3.9.2004 — London/Derry, Northern Ireland (UK)
The conference wants to be a meeting place of choice for professionals working from all disciplines who share a desire to develop a better understanding of the processes, implications and management of conflict in all arenas. This conference is intended as a forum for sharing the outputs of recently completed and ongoing research. We shall be pleased to receive submissions that take advantage of the location of the conference by reflecting its local and national context.
Submission of proposals
Science, Ethics and Society
5th Congress of the European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethic
European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethic
Centre for Agricultural Bio- and Environmental Ethics, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
2.–4.9.2004 — Leuven (Belgium)
  • Ethics as a dimension of animal production and consumption
  • Ethics and sustainability: food production, environmental policies and future generations
  • Ethics, world food security and development
  • Ethics and the biobased economy of the twenty-first century: agriculture expanding into health, energy, chemicals and materials
Submission of proposals
Enhancing Human Security
The Capability Approach
4th International Conference
The Interdepartmental Centre for Social Philosophy and the European School for Advanced Studies in Cooperation and Development, University of Pavia
The Global Equity Initiative, Harvard University
The Capability and Sustainability Centre, University of Cambridge
The Centre of Economics and Ethics for Environment and Development, University of Versailles
The International Institute for Sustainable Development, Canada
5.–7.9.2004 — Pavia (Italy)
  • Human security in an historical perspective
  • Militarization and human capabilities
  • Violence and bodily integrity
  • Food insecurity and capability deprivation
  • Health and capability deprivation
  • Basic capabilities and Social Security in affluent societies
Submission of proposals
The Politics of Friendship
International Symposium
Monash University
Menzies Centre for Australian Studies
9.–10.9.2004 — London (UK)
  • Gender and friendship
  • Friendship and kinship
  • Friendship within an imperial context
  • Cross racial friendships
Submission of section proposals
Constructing World Order
5th Pan-European Conference
ECPR Standing Group on International Relations (SGIR)
9.–11.9.2004 — The Hague (The Netherlands)
The academic programme for the Conference will be organised in the tried and tested format of Sections and Panels. A section is a number of panels linked by a common theme. Section chairs organise the panels, select panel chairs, and take responsibility for the actual execution of their section's part of the Conference programme.
A section may consist of (at most) ten 90-minute panel sessions during the programme. The actual number of panels in each case is flexible, although each section should aim for a minimum of three panels.
Each 90-minute panel should ideally comprise three papers plus a discussant and chair, or two papers plus two discussants and chair.
Section Chairs are encouraged to seek participants from Central and Eastern Europe.
Human Rights in an Age of Terrorism
Inaugural Conference
The Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut
9.–11.9.2004 — Storrs, CT (USA)
  • Human Rights and Security
  • Civil Liberties in the War on Terror
  • Unilateral or Multilateral Strategies for Defending Human Rights?
  • Redefining Human Rights and Security
Submission of proposals
Nationalism, Historiography and the (Re)construction of the Past
International Conference
Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
10.–11.9.2004 — Birmingham (UK)
  • The relation between nationalism and different types of historical writing (scholarly, literary, popular and textbook), archaeology (tourism, and museums) and visual images (film, and painting)
  • The impact of nationalism on renaming practices (of places, people and institutions), the imagination of self and other and the legitimisation of violence
  • The differences between nationalist and nation-state dominated histories
Submission of proposals
Cultures of Violence
5th Global Conference
Mansfield College, Oxford University
20.–23.9.2004 — Oxford (UK)
  • Perspectives for Understanding Violence
  • The Objects and Goals of Violence
  • Representations of Violence
  • Counter Cultures to Violence
Multicultural Futures
International Conference
International Metropolis Project
Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements
Australian Multicultural Foundation
22.–23.9.2004 — Tuscany (Italy)
  • Religious freedom in liberal pluralistic societies
  • Gender equality
  • The impact of multiculturalism on setting and implementing national polices in such fields as immigration, citizenship, foreign policy
  • The emergence of interculturalism as an alternative approach
  • Critiques of multiculturalism focused on national identity and the social safety net
  • The current challenges to multiculturalism policy that different nations now face
Submission of proposals
States, Nations, Territories
Self-determination and Security in the Contemporary World
International Conference
Specialist Group on Ethnopolitics
University of Bath
23.–26.9.2004 — Bath (UK)
  • International efforts to prevent, manage and settle self-determination conflicts and the conditions of their success in past, present and future
  • The viability of different types of settlements (such as different forms of power sharing, autonomy and federal arrangements, as well as human and minority rights-based approaches)
  • The tradeoffs between stability and human rights and between long-term and short-term security concerns and their direct and indirect consequences for actual and potential self-determination conflicts
  • The broader and longer-term consequences of the 'war on terrorism' on the dynamics of self-determination and security
Submission of proposals
Race, Ethnicity, Racism
Inaugural Annual Conference
California Roundtable for the Philosophy of Race
University of San Francisco
24.–25.9.2004 — San Francisco, CA (USA)
The purpose of the roundtable is to bring together philosophers of race, and those working in related fields, in California, and throughout the nation, in a small and congenial setting to share their work and to help further this sub-discipline. Papers are invited on any philosophical issue regarding race, ethnicity, or racism, and including those that take up race in the context of another topic, such as justice, racism, identity, ethnicity, mestizaje (mixed race), feminism, biology, phenomenology, existentialism, psychoanalysis, metaphysics, or epistemology.
Jus in Bello
The Conduct of War
International Conference
Institute of Applied Ethics, University of Hull
27.–28.9.2004 — Hull, England (UK)
  • The definition of excessive force
  • The limits of force in the 'War on Terror'
  • The ethics of air power
  • Non-combatant immunity
  • Case studies
Submission of proposals
Mobile Boundaries / Rigid Worlds
The Contemporary Paradox
2nd Annual Conference
Centre for Research on Social Inclusion, Macquarie University
27.–28.9.2004 — Sydney (Australia)
  • Changing Bodies, Changing Worlds
  • Identities: Race, Community, Citizenship
  • Poverty Amid Affluence
  • Social Justice and Spaces of Containment
  • Imagining Globalisation: Media, Culture, Information and Exchange
  • Biotechnics, Bodies and Belonging
Submission of proposals
Beyond Case Studies
What Have We Learned about Ethnicity and Politics?
International Interdisciplinary Conference
Research Committee on Politics and Ethnicity
of the International Political Science Association (IPSA)
School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa
30.9.–2.10.2004 — Ottawa (Canada)
Ethnicity is strongly connected to politics, both domestic and international. What can we tell decision-makers and the public to help them understand ethnicity? What do we know about the relationships of ethnicity to other social forces such as race, religion, class, geography, culture, language, migrations? What have been the major authors, schools, approaches and publications during the past decade or so and what have been the major research projects and their key findings? How have our studies, methods and approaches evolved over time?
Submission of proposals
Bridging Communities
Community Theory and Practice in a Changing World
Interdisciplinary Conference
Wilfrid Laurier University
30.9.–2.10.2004 — Brantford, Ont. (Canada)
Across the disciplines we find diverse definitions, boundaries and societal implications associated with ideas of 'community' – making for complex and contested theoretical terrain. Meanwhile, community, as a powerful taken-for-granted discourse in our day-to-day worlds, serves as the basis for a diversity of local social, environmental, and political practices. And, it does this within continuously shifting social and political contexts. We invite paper submissions and workshops which theorize about communities and/or provide grounded experience in community work, while also addressing the issue of how to bridge gaps between community theory and praxis.

  • Governance
  • Identity and Place
  • Exclusion/Inclusion
  • Development
  • History
  • Education
  • Culture(s)
  • Change, Difference
  • Celebration
  • Sustainability
  • Environment
  • Symbolism
The Rights of Religious Minorities
International Conference
Danish Research Network for Equality and Pluralism
Institute of Philosophy and the Study of Religions, University of Southern Denmark
30.9.–2.10.2004 — Odense (Denmark)
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