Veranstaltungen

Konferenz

3. – 5. Mrz 2023

36. Symposion zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse

Kon­ferenz

Das Sym­po­sion zur Geschichte der Psy­cho­analyse find­et jährlich Ende Februar/Anfang März statt.

Das Sym­po­sion zur Geschichte der Psy­cho­analyse find­et jährlich Ende Februar/Anfang März statt. Gegrün­det 1987 in Kas­sel von Hel­mut Junker und Ger­hard Wit­ten­berg­er, wurde es ab 1996 von Ger­hard Ficht­ner und Albrecht Hirschmüller am Insti­tut für Geschichte der Medi­zin in Tübin­gen fort­ge­führt. Als die bei­den Tübinger Organ­isatoren 2010 ihre Funk­tion auf­gaben, wurde das Sym­po­sion nach Berlin ver­legt, wo es bis 2020 von Michael Schröter (Berlin), Thomas Aich­horn (Wien) und (seit 2017) Rain­er Her­rn (Berlin) unter Träger­schaft des INSTITUTS FÜR GESCHICHTE DER MEDIZIN an der Char­ité (Direk­tor: Volk­er Hess) organ­isiert wurde. Sekre­tariell wird es seit 2011 von Sabine Selle (Char­ité) betreut. Eben­falls seit 2011 zeich­net LUZIFER-AMOR formell als Mit-Ver­anstal­ter. Der Tagung­sort war bis 2019 auf dem Char­ité-Gelände in Berlin-Mitte. 2020 wurde das Sym­po­sion erst­mals in den Räu­men der  Inter­na­tion­al Psy­cho­an­a­lyt­ic Uni­ver­si­ty (IPU) abge­hal­ten. Ab 2021 liegt die Organ­i­sa­tion in den Hän­den von Ludger M. Her­manns, Rain­er Her­rn und Andrea Hup­p­ke (alle Berlin). Das erste Tre­f­fen der neuen Ägide musste Coro­na-bed­ingt im online-Modus stat­tfind­en. – Für die Teil­nahme wer­den Zer­ti­fizierungspunk­te vergeben.

In sein­er langjähri­gen Geschichte hat sich das Sym­po­sion zum zen­tralen Forum der psy­cho­analy­se­his­torischen Szene im deutschsprachi­gen Bere­ich her­aus­ge­bildet. Das Pro­gramm wird in der Haupt­sache nicht „gemacht”, son­dern repräsen­tiert laufende Arbeit­spro­jek­te im Feld, soweit sie zum Vor­trag ange­boten wer­den. Die Mehrzahl der Ref­er­enten sind nicht-akademis­che Forsch­er, die gle­ich­wohl akademis­ches Niveau anstreben. Auch akademis­che Autoren aus ver­schiede­nen Fakultäten, vor allem jün­gere, nutzen das Sym­po­sion zur Vorstel­lung ein­schlägiger Arbeiten.

Die Teil­nehmerzahl hat sich, nach Spitzen­werten von über 120, auf ca. 90–100 Per­so­n­en eingepegelt. Trotz­dem hat die Ver­anstal­tung ihren Charak­ter als Arbeit­str­e­f­fen behal­ten. Die Kosten, und damit auch die Teil­nah­mege­bühren, wer­den bewusst niedrig gehal­ten. Für den Ablauf galt lange, dass am Fre­ita­gnach­mit­tag zwei, am Sam­stag zweimal drei und am Son­ntagvor­mit­tag zwei halb­stündi­ge Vorträge ange­boten wur­den. Seit 2017 wird für den Fre­ita­gnach­mit­tag ein „Ehren­gast” ein­ge­laden: ein/e namhafte/r Kolleg/in, auch aus dem Aus­land, der/die nor­maler­weise nicht den Weg zu uns find­en würde und dem/der eine län­gere Vor­tragszeit zur Ver­fü­gung gestellt wird. Es wird Wert darauf gelegt, dass nach den Vorträ­gen je eine halbe Stunde Zeit für die Diskus­sion bleibt. Das Sym­po­sion wird durch eine organ­isatorische Sitzung beschlossen, in der sein basis­demokratis­ch­er Charak­ter zur Gel­tung kommt. Ein Buf­fet am Fre­itagabend ist fes­ter Bestandteil des Pro­gramms. Auch am Sam­stagabend wird die Möglichkeit für ein gesel­liges Zusam­men­sein geboten. Passende Rand­ver­anstal­tun­gen, zum Beispiel „Mit­teilun­gen aus dem Archiv zur Geschichte der Psy­cho­analyse”, wer­den je nach Ange­bot ins Pro­gramm aufgenommen.

Aus Anlass des 20. Sym­po­sions 2007 hat Ger­hard Ficht­ner die Pro­gramme der bish­eri­gen Sym­posien zusam­mengestellt. Seine Doku­men­ta­tion, ergänzt um die Sym­posien 21 und 22, ist von dieser Seite aus zugänglich. Ab dem 23. Sym­po­sion wird eine neue, fort­laufende Doku­men­ta­tion vorgelegt. Außer­dem kön­nen auf dieser Seite der Call for Papers und das Pro­gramm (mit Anmelde­for­mu­lar) des jew­eils bevorste­hen­den Sym­po­sions abgerufen werden.

In der Ple­narver­samm­lung des 25. Sym­po­sions wurde beschlossen, dass sich das Sym­po­sion zum Gedenken an Ger­hard Ficht­ner, der am 4. Jan­u­ar 2012 ver­stor­ben ist (siehe den Nachruf in LUZIFER-AMOR, Heft 49), an der Ein­rich­tung eines Ger­hard-Ficht­ner-Stipendi­ums für Forschun­gen zur Geschichte der Psy­cho­analyse beteiligt, das auf Anre­gung von Ludger M. Her­manns, dem Vor­sitzen­den des Vere­ins Archiv zur Geschichte der Psy­cho­analyse, ins Leben gerufen wurde.

 

Kon­takt:

Ludger M. Her­manns: LM.Hermanns@t‑online.de
Rain­er Her­rn: rainer.herrn@charite.de
Andrea Hup­p­ke: a.huppke@web.de
Tagungs­büro (Sabine Selle): sym­po­sion-psy­cho@charite.de

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20. – 21. Mrz 2023

Nuclear Research in Medicine after the Second World War

Kon­ferenz

This sym­po­sium focus­es on the emer­gence of nuclear med­i­cine as an out­come of sci­en­tif­ic col­lab­o­ra­tion and com­pe­ti­tion, bound­ary and inter­dis­ci­pli­nary work, and encoun­ters between var­i­ous (inter)national stake­hold­ers, as well as polit­i­cal, diplo­mat­ic, and sci­en­tif­ic institutions

We seek pro­pos­als for a con­fer­ence on the his­to­ry of nuclear research in med­i­cine. The con­fer­ence will be held at the Med­ical Uni­ver­si­ty of Vien­na and the Aus­tri­an Acad­e­my of Sci­ences in Vien­na from the 20th to 21st of March 2023. Dead­line for sub­mis­sions is the 15th of Novem­ber 2022.

https://www.stgs.fau.de/2022/09/20/nuclear-research-in-medicine-after-the-second-world-war/

Nuclear research in med­i­cine relies on a high degree of inter­ac­tion. While the pro­duc­tion of radioiso­topes and the devel­op­ment of med­ical devices are car­ried out by physi­cists and engi­neers, chemists and phar­ma­cists take over the syn­the­ses of radio­phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals, while physi­cians focus on their appli­ca­tion. In the absence of hand­books, indus­tri­al­ly avail­able devices, and radioiso­topes, ear­ly spe­cial­ists were also depen­dent on mul­ti­lat­er­al exchanges. These were fos­tered by post-war agree­ments for the peace­ful use of atom­ic ener­gy and inter­na­tion­al orga­ni­za­tions such as the IAEA and WHO. Thus, the for­ma­tion of nuclear med­i­cine as dis­ci­pline was the result of a glob­al bal­anc­ing and stan­dard­iza­tion process dur­ing the Cold War era. Its ori­gins are traced in the first broad clin­i­cal appli­ca­tions of radioiso­topes pri­mar­i­ly in the Unit­ed States and the Unit­ed King­dom just before the Sec­ond World War and con­tin­ued with the world­wide dis­sem­i­na­tion of rel­e­vant knowl­edge and tech­niques that were main­ly trig­gered by the Unit­ed Nations inter­na­tion­al orga­ni­za­tions. Nev­er­the­less, in many coun­tries, nuclear med­i­cine did not get rec­og­nized as a med­ical spe­cial­ty with sep­a­rate res­i­den­cy train­ing until the 1990s.

This sym­po­sium focus­es on the emer­gence of nuclear med­i­cine as an out­come of sci­en­tif­ic col­lab­o­ra­tion and com­pe­ti­tion, bound­ary and inter­dis­ci­pli­nary work, and encoun­ters between var­i­ous (inter)national stake­hold­ers, as well as polit­i­cal, diplo­mat­ic, and sci­en­tif­ic insti­tu­tions. We wel­come con­tri­bu­tions that address the sci­en­tif­ic, polit­i­cal, diplo­mat­ic, and social dimen­sions of these inter­ac­tions, the knowl­edge, resources, and poli­cies involved.

Poten­tial top­ics include:

- Transna­tion­al coop­er­a­tion and com­pe­ti­tion among researchers, clin­i­cal prac­ti­tion­ers, insti­tu­tions and disciplines
– Shar­ing of nuclear med­i­cine knowl­edge, meth­ods, mate­ri­als, and spaces with­in Europe and around the globe
– Devel­op­ment of stan­dards, rules, man­u­als, and measuring/imaging devices
– Polit­i­cal, social, and gen­dered aspects of sci­en­tif­ic inter­ac­tion, licens­ing, and reg­u­la­to­ry gov­er­nance of the field
– Safe­ty, secu­ri­ty, and dis­pos­al of radioac­tive waste pro­duced by nuclear med­ical practices
– Hier­ar­chies and net­works of exchange

Venue
We are plan­ning this sym­po­sium to be an in-per­son event, con­sist­ing of a wel­come recep­tion at the Med­ical Uni­ver­si­ty of Vien­na on the evening of March 20 and lec­tures on the premis­es of the Aus­tri­an Acad­e­my of Sci­ences on March 21. The sym­po­sium will take place in Eng­lish and is free of charge.

Abstract sub­mis­sion
To apply, please send an abstract (no longer than 250 words), a brief bio, and con­tact infor­ma­tion (all in one word file) to Johannes Mattes, johannes.mattes@oeaw.ac.at, by 15 Novem­ber 2022. We will let you know about our deci­sion by mid-Decem­ber. Part of our plan is to pub­lish a col­lec­tive peer-reviewed spe­cial jour­nal issue based on the final sub­mis­sions of the participants.

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27. – 30. Apr 2023

In the Frictions: Fragments of Care, Health and Wellbeing in the Balkans

Kon­ferenz

By look­ing at the result­ing frag­men­ta­tion of care in the Balka­ns, this con­fer­ence aims to move away from the  dichoto­mous frame­works of Balka­nism (Todor­o­va, 2009) to rethink the Balka­ns as a site of knowl­edge pro­duc­tion that has more to offer than just “catch­ing up” with the West.

CFP: In the Fric­tions: Frag­ments of Care, Health and Well­be­ing in the Balka­ns, 27–30th April 2023, Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croatia
In the wake of the Covid-19 pan­dem­ic, inter­est in care, health, and well­be­ing resurged  across  var­i­ous dis­ci­plines. We are inter­est­ed in how anthro­pol­o­gy has respond­ed to new care real­i­ties in the Balka­ns. These fol­low both the pan­dem­ic and the neolib­er­al restruc­tur­ing of the last decades. By look­ing at the result­ing frag­men­ta­tion of care in the Balka­ns, this con­fer­ence aims to move away from the  dichoto­mous frame­works of Balka­nism (Todor­o­va, 2009) to rethink the Balka­ns as a site of knowl­edge pro­duc­tion that has more to offer than just “catch­ing up” with the West. What the­o­ret­i­cal and method­olog­i­cal issues do anthro­pol­o­gists face in their research in the Balka­ns? How do peo­ple in the Balka­ns relate to one anoth­er with­in car­ing rela­tion­ships them­selves? What does care look like in prac­tice and what does it entail? How are car­ing rela­tion­ships shaped and changed? How do these expe­ri­ences and rela­tion­ships inform or chal­lenge broad­er the­o­ret­i­cal concerns?
Dead­line for sub­mis­sions: Octo­ber 15th, 2022. For more infor­ma­tion down­load the call attached or vis­it our web: https://conference.unizd.hr/frictions/.

 

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27. – 30. Apr 2023

In the Frictions: Fragments of Care, Health and Wellbeing in the Balkans

Kon­ferenz

. By look­ing at the result­ing frag­men­ta­tion of care in the Balka­ns, this con­fer­ence aims to move away from the  dichoto­mous frame­works of Balka­nism (Todor­o­va, 2009) to rethink the Balka­ns as a site of knowl­edge pro­duc­tion that has more to offer than just “catch­ing up” with the West.

CFP: In the Fric­tions: Frag­ments of Care, Health and Well­be­ing in the Balka­ns, 27–30th April 2023, Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croatia
In the wake of the Covid-19 pan­dem­ic, inter­est in care, health, and well­be­ing resurged  across  var­i­ous dis­ci­plines. We are inter­est­ed in how anthro­pol­o­gy has respond­ed to new care real­i­ties in the Balka­ns. These fol­low both the pan­dem­ic and the neolib­er­al restruc­tur­ing of the last decades. By look­ing at the result­ing frag­men­ta­tion of care in the Balka­ns, this con­fer­ence aims to move away from the  dichoto­mous frame­works of Balka­nism (Todor­o­va, 2009) to rethink the Balka­ns as a site of knowl­edge pro­duc­tion that has more to offer than just “catch­ing up” with the West. What the­o­ret­i­cal and method­olog­i­cal issues do anthro­pol­o­gists face in their research in the Balka­ns? How do peo­ple in the Balka­ns relate to one anoth­er with­in car­ing rela­tion­ships them­selves? What does care look like in prac­tice and what does it entail? How are car­ing rela­tion­ships shaped and changed? How do these expe­ri­ences and rela­tion­ships inform or chal­lenge broad­er the­o­ret­i­cal concerns?
Dead­line for sub­mis­sions: Novem­ber 1th, 2022. For more infor­ma­tion down­load the call attached or vis­it our web: https://conference.unizd.hr/frictions/.
Keynotes:
Sabi­na Stan, Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor in Soci­ol­o­gy and Anthro­pol­o­gy in the School of Nurs­ing, Psy­chother­a­py, and Com­mu­ni­ty Health at Dublin City University
Čar­na Brković, Vis­it­ing Pro­fes­sor of Cul­tur­al Anthro­pol­o­gy and Euro­pean Eth­nol­o­gy at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Goettingen
Heath Cabot, Asso­ciate Pro­fe­sor at the Depart­ment of Anthro­pol­o­gy, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pittsburgh
You can check the call on the con­fer­ence web page:
Fund­ed by Wen­ner-Gren Foun­da­tion. There will be a num­ber of grants avail­able for ear­ly career schol­ars to par­tic­i­pate in the conference.

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27. – 30. Apr 2023

In the Frictions: Fragments of Care, Health, and Wellbeing in the Balkans

Kon­ferenz

We see this con­fer­ence as a step towards build­ing a net­work of anthro­pol­o­gists work­ing on the issues of care in SEE.

Depart­ment of Eth­nol­o­gy and Anthro­pol­o­gy, Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croatia

and Insti­tute for Phi­los­o­phy and Social The­o­ry, Uni­ver­si­ty of Bel­grade, Serbia

27–30th April 2023

Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croatia

Con­fer­ence

 

In the Fric­tions: Frag­ments of Care, Health, and Well­be­ing in the Balkans

Care has been broad­ly defined as “every­thing that we do to main­tain, con­tin­ue, and repair our ‚world’ so that we can live in it as well as pos­si­ble” (Fish­er and Tron­to 1991, p. 40). Com­plex rela­tions of care sus­tain our lives and are nec­es­sary not only for the sur­vival of humans and non­hu­mans alike, but also for their flour­ish­ing. Struc­tured through var­i­ous mech­a­nisms and insti­tu­tions, from kin­ships to states, care pro­duces var­i­ous forms of inti­ma­cy and relatedness.

In the wake of the Covid 19 pan­dem­ic, there has been a resur­gence of inter­est in care, health, and well­be­ing across var­i­ous dis­ci­plines. We are inter­est­ed in how anthro­pol­o­gy has respond­ed to the urgent changes in the field of care and in iden­ti­fy­ing the after­math of Covid-19 and post-Covid-19 real­i­ties in the Balkans.

We rec­og­nize, how­ev­er, that the pan­dem­ic has been only one of the most recent dis­rup­tions in rela­tions of care and acknowl­edge that the real-world pro­grams of neolib­er­al restruc­tur­ing are not lin­ear paths that con­verge but are forged in fric­tions of sit­u­at­ed encoun­ters with ear­li­er social and cul­tur­al land­scapes. While the term „Balka­ns” is fraught with ambiva­lent mean­ings and asso­ci­a­tions, this con­fer­ence aims to move away from Balka­nism (Todor­o­va, 2009) and dichoto­mous frame­works to rethink the Balka­ns as a site of knowl­edge pro­duc­tion that has more to offer than just “catch­ing up” with the West. What the­o­ret­i­cal and method­olog­i­cal issues do anthro­pol­o­gists face in their research in the Balka­ns? How do peo­ple in the Balka­ns relate to one anoth­er with­in car­ing rela­tion­ships them­selves? What does care look like in prac­tice and what does it entail? How are car­ing rela­tion­ships shaped and changed? How do these expe­ri­ences and rela­tion­ships inform or chal­lenge broad­er the­o­ret­i­cal concerns?

We see this con­fer­ence as a step towards build­ing a net­work of anthro­pol­o­gists work­ing on the issues of care in SEE.  Pos­si­ble top­ics include but are not lim­it­ed to:

Struc­tur­al vio­lence and care;

Gen­der­ing care;

Racial­iz­ing care;

Sol­i­dar­i­ty and care;

Nar­ra­tives of (health)care;

Spir­i­tu­al­i­ty and care;

Pub­lic and pri­vate health/care;

Human­i­tar­i­an­ism and care;

Care and the commons;

Ecol­o­gy, ecofem­i­nist care;

Care and social class

Care and mobility

Care and the economy

Care and the state

We invite sub­mis­sions for pre­sen­ta­tions of up to 15 min­utes. Please send pro­pos­als of no more than 300 words and a brief bio­graph­i­cal note (100 words) to inthefrictions@gmail.com by Octo­ber 15th, 2022. All appli­cants will be noti­fied of their sub­mis­sion sta­tus with­in four weeks of the appli­ca­tion deadline.

Appli­ca­tions should be sent in a sin­gle Word doc­u­ment. The file name should include the author’s name. The appli­ca­tion should include:

* an abstract (max. 300 words)

* a short bio­graph­i­cal note includ­ing your insti­tu­tion­al affil­i­a­tion, con­tact infor­ma­tion, and major pub­li­ca­tions (100 words)

The con­fer­ence will be held at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croa­t­ia between the 27and30 April 2023.

For addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion, please con­tact Jele­na Kup­s­jak at jelena.kupsjak@gmail.com or Ljil­jana Pan­tović at ljiljana.pantovic@gmail.com.

Con­fer­ence fees (which will cov­er a con­fer­ence pack­age, cof­fee breaks and a wel­come recep­tion) are:

70 Euros for post-doc­tor­ate schol­ars who are attached to insti­tu­tions out­side of the Balkans

60 Euros for post-doc­tor­ate schol­ars who are attached to insti­tu­tions in the Balkans

50 Euros for PhD stu­dents who are attached to insti­tu­tions out­side of Balkans

40 Euros for PhD stu­dents who are attached to insti­tu­tions from the Balkans

*We have applied for fund­ing to cov­er expens­es of trav­el and accom­mo­da­tion for young schol­ars par­tic­i­pat­ing in the con­fer­ence. Should we receive the fund­ing these par­tic­i­pants will be able to apply for a trav­el and accom­mo­da­tion grant.

**Deci­sions about trav­el grant allo­ca­tion will be made based on self-report­ed insti­tu­tion­al sta­tus and income. Upon selec­tion of par­tic­i­pants, we will issue an instruc­tion on how to apply for the grant.

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27. – 30. Apr 2023

In the Frictions. Fragments of Care, Health, and Wellbeing in the Balkans

Kon­ferenz

Con­fer­ence at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croa­t­ia orga­nized by the Depart­ment of Eth­nol­o­gy and Anthro­pol­o­gy, Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croa­t­ia and the Insti­tute for Phi­los­o­phy and Social The­o­ry, Uni­ver­si­ty of Bel­grade, Serbia

Care has been broad­ly defined as “every­thing that we do to main­tain, con­tin­ue, and repair our ‚world’ so that we can live in it as well as pos­si­ble” (Fish­er and Tron­to 1991, p. 40). Com­plex rela­tions of care sus­tain our lives and are nec­es­sary not only for the sur­vival of humans and non­hu­mans alike, but also for their flour­ish­ing. Struc­tured through var­i­ous mech­a­nisms and insti­tu­tions, from kin­ships to states, care pro­duces var­i­ous forms of inti­ma­cy and relatedness.

In the wake of the Covid 19 pan­dem­ic, there has been a resur­gence of inter­est in care, health, and well­be­ing across var­i­ous dis­ci­plines. We are inter­est­ed in how anthro­pol­o­gy has respond­ed to the urgent changes in the field of care and in iden­ti­fy­ing the after­math of Covid-19 and post-Covid-19 real­i­ties in the Balkans.

We rec­og­nize, how­ev­er, that the pan­dem­ic has been only one of the most recent dis­rup­tions in rela­tions of care and acknowl­edge that the real-world pro­grams of neolib­er­al restruc­tur­ing are not lin­ear paths that con­verge but are forged in fric­tions of sit­u­at­ed encoun­ters with ear­li­er social and cul­tur­al land­scapes. While the term „Balka­ns” is fraught with ambiva­lent mean­ings and asso­ci­a­tions, this con­fer­ence aims to move away from Balka­nism (Todor­o­va, 2009) and dichoto­mous frame­works to rethink the Balka­ns as a site of knowl­edge pro­duc­tion that has more to offer than just “catch­ing up” with the West. What the­o­ret­i­cal and method­olog­i­cal issues do anthro­pol­o­gists face in their research in the Balka­ns? How do peo­ple in the Balka­ns relate to one anoth­er with­in car­ing rela­tion­ships them­selves? What does care look like in prac­tice and what does it entail? How are car­ing rela­tion­ships shaped and changed? How do these expe­ri­ences and rela­tion­ships inform or chal­lenge broad­er the­o­ret­i­cal concerns?

We see this con­fer­ence as a step towards build­ing a net­work of anthro­pol­o­gists work­ing on the issues of care in SEE. Pos­si­ble top­ics include but are not lim­it­ed to:

Struc­tur­al vio­lence and care;

Gen­der­ing care;

Racial­iz­ing care;

Sol­i­dar­i­ty and care;

Nar­ra­tives of (health)care;

Spir­i­tu­al­i­ty and care;

Pub­lic and pri­vate health/care;

Human­i­tar­i­an­ism and care;

Care and the commons;

Ecol­o­gy, ecofem­i­nist care;

Care and social class

Care and mobility

Care and the economy

Care and the state

We invite sub­mis­sions for pre­sen­ta­tions of up to 15 min­utes. Please send pro­pos­als of no more than 300 words and a brief bio­graph­i­cal note (100 words) tointhefrictions@gmail.com by Octo­ber 15th, 2022. All appli­cants will be noti­fied of their sub­mis­sion sta­tus with­in four weeks of the appli­ca­tion deadline.

Appli­ca­tions should be sent in a sin­gle Word doc­u­ment. The file name should include the author’s name. The appli­ca­tion should include:

* an abstract (max. 300 words)

* a short bio­graph­i­cal note includ­ing your insti­tu­tion­al affil­i­a­tion, con­tact infor­ma­tion, and major pub­li­ca­tions (100 words)

The con­fer­ence will be held at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Zadar, Croa­t­ia between the 27and30 April 2023.

For addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion, please con­tact Jele­na Kup­s­jak at jelena.kupsjak@gmail.com or Ljil­jana Pan­tović at ljiljana.pantovic@gmail.com.

 

Con­fer­ence fees (which will cov­er a con­fer­ence pack­age, cof­fee breaks and a wel­come recep­tion) are:

70 Euros for post-doc­tor­ate schol­ars who are attached to insti­tu­tions out­side of the Balkans

60 Euros for post-doc­tor­ate schol­ars who are attached to insti­tu­tions in the Balkans

50 Euros for PhD stu­dents who are attached to insti­tu­tions out­side of Balkans

40 Euros for PhD stu­dents who are attached to insti­tu­tions from the Balkans

 

*We have applied for fund­ing to cov­er expens­es of trav­el and accom­mo­da­tion for young schol­ars par­tic­i­pat­ing in the con­fer­ence. Should we receive the fund­ing these par­tic­i­pants will be able to apply for a trav­el and accom­mo­da­tion grant.

**Deci­sions about trav­el grant allo­ca­tion will be made based on self-report­ed insti­tu­tion­al sta­tus and income. Upon selec­tion of par­tic­i­pants, we will issue an instruc­tion on how to apply for the grant.

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Vergangene Konferenzen

2022

24. Okt - 28. Okt 2022

Women. Between (in)visible dis-ease and (im)possible well-being

Konferenz

International Virtual Conference on Female Reproductive Health organized by the AFIN Research Group at the Autonomous University of Barcelona

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24. Okt - 28. Okt 2022

Women: Between (in)visible dis-ease and (im)possible well-being 

Konferenz

The objective of this conference is to create an intersectional space for reflection about the interrelationships between and among reproductive rights, justice, and governance

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24. Okt - 28. Okt 2022

Women: Between (in)visible dis-ease and (im)possible well-being 

Konferenz

The objective of this conference, organized by the AFIN Research Group at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, is to increase awareness of and knowledge about numerous, significant challenges related to women's reproductive health and its social invisibilization among scientific and clinical professionals as well as the general public. 

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24. Okt - 28. Okt 2022

I AFIN International Virtual Conference on Female Reproductive Health

Konferenz

The objective of this conference is to create an intersectional space for reflection about topics as menstruation and menopause, infertility, obstetric violence, disability, endometriosis, and abortion.

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14. Okt - 15. Okt 2022

Aging in the Pandemic Era

Konferenz

The conference seeks to contribute to the understanding of the societal consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in relation to the elderly (age 65 and over) and to elucidate the (g)local configurations of the ways the dominant biomedical mobilization following the pandemic conjuncture is morphed into a biopolitical project.

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