9th Edition, 2020 – Decolonizing Revolutions: Social Movements, Spiritualities and Commoning

9th Telciu Summer Conference: Decolonizing Revolutions: Social Movements, Spiritualities and Commoning 13-16 August 2020, Telciu, Romania Call for Papers deadline: 10 May The historical conditions of our present moment are set in no small part by centuries of colonial domination, through which contemporary racist and patriarchal social orders were forged. Contemporary imaginations are hobbled by …

Ediția a 8-a, 2019: Rasă, suveranități și gândire Sud-Estică. Program (RO)

Cu sprijinul colectivului GRAI, toate evenimentele vor avea traducere simultană, în caz de nevoie, între limbile române și engleze. GRAI (Grup Autonom de Interpretare) este un colectiv care pune la dispoziție interpretare și echipament de interpretare simultană DIY grupurilor și mișcărilor care luptă pentru justiție socială și de mediu. Locația conferinței: Biblioteca Liceului Tehnologic, Telciu …

8th Edition, 2019: Race, Sovereignties, and South-Eastern Thought. Program (EN)

Please note that all events will have translators who will be translating from English to Romanian or from Romanian to English, in case there will be participants who need it, thanks to the awesome GRAI collective. GRAI (Autonomous Translation Group) is a collective that provides translation and DIY simultaneous translation equipment to groups and movements …

Accepted Papers for Race, Sovereignties, and South-Eastern Thought, 8th Edition, 2019

We are happy to announce the list (in alphabetical order) of accepted papers for this year's edition of the Telciu Summer Conference. Bavbek, Yasemin (Brown University): Colonial Politics and the Plurality of Sovereignty: The Ottoman Perspective(s) on the American-Philippine War Bejan, Raluca (St. Thomas University, Fredericton, Canada): Whiteness in question Corvino, Giovanni B. (University of …

8th Edition, 2019: Race, Sovereignties, and South-Eastern Thought

8th Telciu Summer Conference 8-11 August 2019, Telciu, Romania Call for Papers Deadline Extended: 1 June 2019 For a long time, mainstream historiography and social science viewed the rise of nation-states as the gradual overcoming of multinational political organizations and multi-ethnic empires throughout the world. The resulting conceptualization of empires and nation-states as mutually exclusive …