Masaryk Institute and Archives of the CAS and Prague Centre for Jewish Studies invite you to the seminar Languages of loyalty. Revocation of Jewish citizenship in Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1938–1939 with Michal Frankl (MIA CAS).
The ‘container perspective’ charts a new territory for tracing the relations and effects
containment might have in the world of discard. Being enclosed, concealed, protected
and subsequently released, emptied, or just left open has a transformative potential
both for the container and its content. Containment stretches across scales, modifies
temporal regimes, transforms value, shapes entropy and order through classification. It
offers a perspective on the relations and connections that were previously hidden or too
obvious to be noticed.
Spanning in its most extensive imagination from the eastern coast of Africa towards the western coast of the Americas, the Indo-Pacific is a geopolitical concept in the making. This conference will bring together experts from the fields of Political Science, Security Studies and South Asian Studies to look from different angles at what is increasingly becoming the crucible of geopolitics.
The conference will be a hybrid event. Due to social distancing rules, only speakers may be
present at the venue. Members of interested public are most welcome to join online via
ZOOM. If you wish to receive the ID and the passcode, register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Albert Kasanda and Marek Hrubec, as the main authors and editors, has just published a book on Africa in multilateral and global interactions (London, New York: Routledge). The book analyses how Africans and Africa relate to other parts of the multilateral world, and to the world in general in Afropolitan ways, and how these relations stem from local, national and regional interactions in different parts of Africa, as well as Africa as a whole. It deals with traditional and modern politics, the current Jihadist organisations, the language ambivalence in relation to global interactions, and various interpretations of African social and political philosophy. This book will be of interest to scholars of African studies, global studies, political philosophy, political science, and demography.
Marek Hrubec, Martin Brabec and Markéta Minářová published a book on basic income, intended for the general public (Prague: Epocha publishing house). Especially during the pandemic, basic income has become a much-discussed topic among researchers, citizens and politicians who represent them, both in individual countries and at the UN. Providing a basic income would make it possible to meet the basic needs of citizens and unleash their creative potential for their further activities, which could significantly increase their standard of living.
Centre of Global Studies, The Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences, invites you to a colloquium: Islamic thought and the epistemological challenge of modernity which will be held on June 24 in the ZOOM platform.
The colloquium’s argument and updated programme are to be found here.
The Centre of Global Studies IP CAS organizes the 8th annual Asixoxe conference on African philosophy which will be held at Zoom on June 15–16, 2021. This year, speakers from Nigeria, South Africa, Mozambique, Benin, Portugal, Germany, Hungary, the UK, the USA, Qatar, and the Czech Republic will present their papers. Your can find the conference program here.
The Philosophy and Social Science video-conference takes place in the ZOOM platform from Wednesday May 19 through Saturday May 22, 2021. 72 speakers from many countries of the European Union, the USA, Brazil and other countries will present their papers on relations among environmental issues, critical political economy, agency, representation, participation and deliberation in a community. The Centre of Global Studies IP CAS, Prague, is in charge of the event.
The new podcast series Crossroads starts with an interview on migration, European policy of externalisation of border control, new surveillance technologies, and financial beneficiaries of border management.
Our first guest in the podcast series Crossroads is Professor Martin Lemberg-Pedersen is an associate professor at the Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS) at the University of Copenhagen and a research fellow in the Horizon 2020 project “Advancing Alternative Migration Governance” (AdMiGov). In his research he focuses on geopolitical and political economic analyses of actors and networks involved in EU border management. In particular, he studies border control technologies, the dynamics of securitization and externalisation of border control and the influence of private industrial actors on EU migration policies and institutions involved in border control. His work combines different disciplinary perspective including political philosophy, sociology, critical geography, postcolonialism, security and border studies.
The videoconference will address the strategic concept of the new US administration after the recent elections and its alternatives. On Monday, January 25, from 19:00, papers will be presented by prof. Lauren Langman and prof. Jerry Harris. This will be followed by a discussion.