Call for Papers – ESA RN31 mid term conference

Deadline 6 June

RN31 European Sociological Association, Ethnic Relations, Racism & Antisemitism

A safe place for the study of contemporary antisemitism, racism and ethnic relations, and the interconnections between them
Come along to Ferrara in September.

https://www.europeansociology.org/research-networks/rn31-ethnic-relations-racism-and-antisemitism

One Response to “Call for Papers – ESA RN31 mid term conference”

  1. John Says:

    This is what a real academic boycott looks like:
    “Of equal importance is the fact that entry to Palestine is controlled entirely by the Israeli government. When scholars and advocates such as myself are banned entry into Israel, we are also effectively banned entry into Palestine, and the airport becomes nothing more than a checkpoint, a key instrument in Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestine. Thus, we cannot meet with colleagues at universities in the West Bank, such as Birzeit University outside Ramallah, Al-Quds University in East Jerusalem, or An-Najah National University in Nablus. This is particularly problematic since residents of the West Bank cannot leave without being issued a permit from the Israelis, something that is very difficult to obtain. They are already systematically restricted in their ability to attend conferences and other academic gatherings in Europe, the US and elsewhere. Our ability to travel to the West Bank is essential to Palestinian academics’ ability to engage a global community of scholars.”
    https://www.thenation.com/article/banned-israel-qa-law-professor-katherine-franke/


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