International Colloquium on Political Violence in the Twentieth Century
IHC-FCSH/UNL
Second announcement
Date: March 12th-14th, 2015
Place: Institute of Contemporary History (Av. Berna, 26 C, Lisboa)
Some months after the first announcement of the International Colloquium on Political Violence in
the Twentieth Century, this second announcement gives some more information on the conference. We are
pleased to give out the names of the keynote speakers who are taking part in the colloquium. Likewise, we
inform those potentially interested about the registration fees and about some other details. We continue to
encourage the submission of proposals of papers and panels that gather information on the main topics
detailed below, as well as on other issues linked with political violence — understood in a broad sense. The
deadline to submit paper proposals has been extended until December 15th, 2014; all the participants will
have 15-20 minutes to present their work, and the papers – to be published under ISBN – must be sent no
later than March 1st, 2015 and follow the directions detailed below.
Keynote speakers
- Fernando Rosas (Instituto de História Contemporânea – Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
- Serge Wolikow (Maison des Sciences de l’Homme de Dijon)
- Isabelle Sommier (Unviersité Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne)
- Eduardo González Calleja (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Main topics
- War conflicts.
- Guerilla warfare, insurrection, armed struggle.
- Violation of human rights and of fundamental rights and freedoms.
- Memory about traumatic processes of violence.
- Clashes, riots and diffuse forms of violence.
- The political content of the common law acts of violence.
- Torture and police brutality.
- Prison and punitive and rehabilitative institutions.
- Repressive legislation.
- Deserters, antimilitarism and pacifism.
Deadlines
- Abstract submission: December 15th, 2014.
- Acceptance notification: December 22nd, 2014.
- Complete paper submission: March 1st, 2015.
Directions to be considered before writing your proposal
- The abstract should contain up to 200 words and 4 keywords.
- Send your summarized CV and a preferred contact.
Directions to be considered before writing your paper
- Papers should be a maximum of 7.500 words (with notes and bibliography included).
- Papers should include: title of the article, author’s name and affiliation, abstract and up to 4 keywords. The
abstract should have no more than 200 words.
- Papers can be written in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French or Italian. However, they should always
include in English the title, the abstract and the keywords.
- Papers should follow the guidelines specified in the Chicago Manual of Style:
http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html.
Registration fees
- Professors and researchers: 20€
- Students and unemployed researchers: 10€
Instructions to complete your registration
- Payment to the bank account: IBAN PT50 0781 011200000006399 80.
- Send an e-mail with your personal data (name, address, fiscal ID) and the supporting document of your
payment to: [email protected]
- Registration deadline: March 1st, 2015.
Languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish, French and Italian.
Organizing committee: Ana Sofia Ferreira, João Madeira, Luís Farinha, Pau Casanellas, Susana Martins
(Instituto de História Contemporânea – Universidade Nova de Lisboa).
Scientific committee: Daniel Aarão Reis Filho (Universidade Federal Fluminense), Rui Bebiano (Centro de
Estudos Sociais – Universidade de Coimbra), Emmanuel Betta (Sapienza – Università di Roma), Miguel
Cardina (Centro de Estudos Sociais – Universidade de Coimbra), José Manuel Lopes Cordeiro (Universidade
do Minho), Donatella della Porta (European University Institute), Mirco Dondi (Università di Bologna), Luís
Farinha (Instituto de História Contemporânea – Universidade Nova de Lisboa), François Godicheau
(Université Michel de Montaigne – Bordeaux 3), Eduardo González Calleja (Universidad Carlos III de
Madrid), Kostis Kornetis (New York University), Manuel Loff (Universidade do Porto), João Madeira
(Instituto de História Contemporânea – Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Carme Molinero (Centre d’Estudis
sobre les Èpoques Franquista i Democràtica – Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), Luísa Tiago de Oliveira
(ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa), Pedro Oliver Olmo (Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha),
Iñaki Rivera (Observatori del Sistema Penal i els Drets Humans – Universitat de Barcelona), Fernando Rosas
(Instituto de História Contemporânea – Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Josep Sánchez Cervelló (Universitat
Rovira i Virgili), Isabelle Sommier (Université Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne), Enzo Traverso (Université de
Picardie Jules Verne), Ricard Vinyes (Universitat de Barcelona).
Contact: [email protected]
Web: http://coloquioviolenciapolitica.wordpress.com/
Organization
Supports
Lisbon, November 2014
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