The EU Environmental Policy under the French and Czech Presidencies of the Council of the European Union
Co-organized by Palacký University, University Clermont Auvergne, and CEFRES, under the framework of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union
When: Friday 20th May, 9:00 – 15:40
Where: Faculty of Law, Palacký University Olomouc & online
Arthur Thevenet (University Clermont Auvergne)
Valentin Bayeh (University Clermont Auvergne)
See the program below.
Continue reading The EU Environmental Policy
Date: 6 November 2020
Deadline for applications: 30 June 2020
Organizing institutions: CEFRES, Institute of Contemporary History of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Collegium Carolinum in Prague
The history of psy-sciences under communist rule in the former Eastern Bloc has been widely perceived as a mirror image of state socialist mental health policies. In the last years, however, the situation has changed: the history of psy-sciences in communist Europe has become an evolving field of research dealing with a variety of topics ranging from the transnational history of psychiatry to the history of social control and criminality.
Continue reading CFP: Shaping the ‘socialist self’? The role of psy-sciences in communist states of the Eastern Bloc (1948–1989)
Organized by the team of Bewildering Boar project at CEFRES – Aníbal Arregui, Luděk Brož, Marianna Szczygielska, Virginie Vaté and Erica von Essen (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)
When: 16-17 October 2018
Where: Prague, ÚDU AV ČR, Husova 4, Prague 1
Popular media reports reveal that in many places of our planet animals considered “wild” attract significant public attention as they (re)enter into what we used to think were almost exclusively human habitats. Continue reading CFP – Porcine Futures 1: Re-negotiating “Wilderness” in More-than-human Worlds
International Workshop for Young Researchers
Dates and place: 23rd-24th of May 2018, Prague
Deadline for proposals: 2 April 2018
Organizer: Julien Wacquez (EHESS, CESPRA, CEFRES)
Orgnized in collaboration with: CEFRES, Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences, EHESS (Paris) and Charles University
This workshop is open to young researchers (PhD students and Post-Doc) from diverse disciplines from France and from Visegrád countries as well as the CEFRES team. Please send a short CV, title and 300 word-long abstract to Julien Wacquez: email@example.com
Day 1 (Wednesday, May 23) will bring together researchers from France and from Visegrád countries to tackle these questions and identify by which ways the norms of writing are negotiated. Do those debates about the forms of scientific writing impact our way of writing or of doing science?
Day 2 (Thursday morning, May 24) will be devoted to the question of how we encounter and solve writing problems in the course of our investigations. Professors and young researchers will be invited to share their own writing experiences.
Continue reading Debating the Norms of Scientific Writing
Organizers: Kateřina Kolářová (Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague – FHS UK), Martina Winkler (Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel), Filip Herza (FHS UK / CEFRES), Kamila Šimandlová (FHS UK)
Where: Akademické Centrum, Husova 4a, Prague 1
Deadline for submission: 20/12/2017
Concepts of disability, health, sickness, debility, biological precarity and stigmatization come to the foreground in recent debates in social sciences and humanities. This workshop wants to open floor for interdisciplinary exchanges between disability studies and other fields of social sciences and humanities. Calling for explorations of different methodological approaches, perspectives and theoretical conceptualizations of disability and difference, debility and biological precarity, body and corporeality, the workshop aims to deepen discussions of already established themes, as well as to strike new theoretical paths. We specifically encourage presentations working with intersectional approaches that link disability to other categories of difference and power, such as gender, sexuality, ethnicity and race, class, age, and other relevant categories.
Presentations may address:
- Cultural representations, cultural practices and symbolical regimes of body, embodiment, health, sickness and disability
- Symbolical regimes of disability (such as e.g. “compulsory able-bodiedness and abledmindedness”), their reproduction and disturbances past and present
- Moral economies of disability and the concept of welfare state in the state socialism and the post-socialist period
- Post-/colonial politics of disability
- Transnational circulations and translations of disability theory and disability politics
- Transformations of expert discourses in relation to health and dis/ability, alternative knowledges and forms of expertise between the 19th and the 21th centuries
- Health as a moral imperative and platforms for emancipatory discourses and strategies
- Politics of inclusion and (social) exclusion
- Histories, politics and praxis of institutionalization and “deinstitutionalization”
- Biopolitics of dis/ability
- Intersectional methodologies
We kindly ask potential contributors to submit their proposals until 20 December 2017 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop is organized within the project “(Post)Socialist Modernity and social and cultural politics of disability” jointly funded by the Czech Science Foundation (GAČR) and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), held by the Faculty of Humanities Charles University. The event is co-hosted by CEFRES and the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences.