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Scherbak

Shcherbak Andrey is a Deputy Head of the Laboratory for Comparative Social Research and Chair of the Department of Political Science at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. He was a Mellon European...

10 post-doctoral positions in 2020 at the EHESS

The EHESS is offering 10 one-year post-doctoral positions. Gross monthly salary: 2365€We are recruiting researchers who study the following topics:1. Environment in AsiaFor this position, we are looking for candidates working on environmental issues...

10 post-doctoral positions in 2020 at the EHESS

The EHESS is offering 10 one-year post-doctoral positions. Gross monthly salary: 2365 €  We are recruiting researchers who study the following topics:1/Environment in Asia2/Material and intellectual techniques for the constitution of...

Song in Montmatre, 1860-1960

The Parisian quarter of Montmartre experienced a series of transformations in the 19th and 20th centuries. After its annexation to Paris in 1860, the area became known during the Belle Epoque as the melting pot where painters, composers and...

ENIS/MIDA Summer School 2020

 The Innovative Training Network “Mediating Islam in the Digital Age” (MIDA) and the European Network for Islamic Studies (ENIS) organise the ENIS/MIDA Online Summer SchoolDate: June, 22-26, 2020Theme: Contesting authority: knowledge...

Multiculturality and Materiality in Arts and Aesthetics: Theory and Practice

This international conference will take place in Taipei as part of the 5th Conference of the International Project on Arts and Aesthetics (IPAA), on the 13th and 14th of December 2019 at the National Taiwan University (NTU).Organizers :...

Pontusson

Jonas Pontusson holds a BA from Amherst College (1978) and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley (1984). Prior to moving to Geneva in 2010, he taught at Cornell University (1984-2005) and Princeton University (2005-10). He has been a...

Pontusson

Jonas Pontusson holds a BA from Amherst College (1978) and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley (1984). Prior to moving to Geneva in 2010, he taught at Cornell University (1984-2005) and Princeton University (2005-10). He has been a...

Pontusson

Jonas Pontusson holds a BA from Amherst College (1978) and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley (1984). Prior to moving to Geneva in 2010, he taught at Cornell University (1984-2005) and Princeton University (2005-10). He has been a...

Towards a New Social History of Sudan

The historiography of modern and contemporary Sudan has been shaped by its political history. Indeed, historians have often been called upon to respond to contemporary crises – civil wars, regime changes, international conflicts – often according to...

Towards a New Social History of Sudan

The historiography of modern and contemporary Sudan has been shaped by its political history. Indeed, historians have often been called upon to respond to contemporary crises – civil wars, regime changes, international conflicts – often according to...

Technological Progress and Inequalities of Time allocation and Well-being

24 hours are distributed for work (paid/ unpaid) and leisure. How much time to allocate work and leisure would decide one’s  earning,  one’s  social  life,  and  one’s  health  condition.  Longer ...