International Affairs Building, Columbia University, NY
Sponsored by the Harriman Institute, 2-4 May 2019
The ASN World Convention, which annually brings 750+ scholars from 50+ countries to Columbia University, welcomes proposals on a wide range of topics related to nationalism, national identity, ethnicity, conflict and migration in regional sections of Central, Southern and Eastern Europe or cross-regional sections on nationalism and migration/diasporas. In addition to the thematic sections on the far right, refugees, memory, violence and the Russia/Ukraine conflict, popular themes over the years have included gender, youth, language politics, religion, arts and culture, EU integration/exit, foreign policy, nation-building, energy politics, parties and elections, and civil society. Disciplines represented include political science, history, anthropology, sociology, international studies, security studies, area studies, economics, geography, literature, and other fields of humanities and social sciences. Prospective applicants can get a sense of the large thematic scope of ASN Convention papers and presentations by looking at the 2018 Final Program. The ASN scholarly journal Nationalities Papers will be published as of January 2019 by Cambridge University Press. The ASN 2019 Convention Opening Reception will celebrate this new partnership between ASN and Cambridge University Press.
· The Rise of the Far Right
· The Politics of Refugees
· Political Memory
· Political Violence
· The Russia/Ukraine Conflict
· Best Doctoral Papers
· Best World Documentary Film
· Best Book on Nationalism
· Best Article in Nationalities Papers
Proposal Forms: Paper Proposal, Panel Proposal, Roundtable Proposal, Documentary Film Proposal, Book Panel Proposal, Discussant Proposal
To send a proposal, download the relevant form above, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, and fill out a Fact Sheet online.
Applicants can be considered for only one paper (included either in a paper proposal or a panel proposal) and appear in a maximum of two proposals (paper, panel or roundtable). An exception is made for book panels or films, although applicants can only be on one book panel proposal.Applicants whose proposals is accepted are responsible for covering all travel and accommodation costs. ASN has no funding available for panelists. The receipt of all proposals will be acknowledged electronically, with some delay during deadline week, due to the high volume of proposals.
An international Program Committee is entrusted with the selection of proposals. Most applicants will be notified between January and February 2019.
Deadline for proposals: 7 November 2018 (to be sent to both firstname.lastname@example.org AND email@example.com in a single attachment).
Practical information on the Convention, including registration costs, will be communicated in January 2019.
Publishers and companies wishing to exhibit at the Convention or advertise in the Convention printed program can contact ASN Executive Director Ryan Kreider firstname.lastname@example.org.
For practical questions on the Convention, please contact ASN Executive Director Ryan Kreider at email@example.com.
The ASN website is at http://nationalities.org
The ASN Convention website is at http://asnconvention.com