Call for Abstracts for a Two-Day Symposium
Deadline for abstract: August 31st, 2020
This two-day symposium is designed to investigate the global intellectual history of inequality. It will do so through a double global lens: How have intellectuals from around the world thought about inequality in the world?
The aim of the symposium is to contribute with a new transnational intellectual history of inequality in different geographical and cultural contexts.
We are delighted to welcome Adom Getachew (author of Worldmaking After Empire, Princeton U.P. 2019) and Siep Stuurman (author of The Invention of Humanity, Harvard U.P. 2017) as our two keynote speakers.
For more information on the symposium as well as the details and deadline for proposals please follow the link: http://global-inequality.com/towards-a-global-intellectual-history-of-an-unequal-world/
June 10th-11th 2021, Symposium, Aarhus University
May 26th 2020, 14.30–16.00:
Research webinar with Mads Yding
February 26th 2020, 12.15–15.00:
Public Seminar with Christian Høgel, Saer El-Jaichi, and Hasib Nasir
January 30th 2020, 15.15–16.45:
Research seminar with Rasmus Sinding Søndergaard
December 10th 2019, 13.00–16.30:
Research seminar on Cultures of Wealth, Poverty and Inequality
November 21st 2019, 19.30–22.00:
Public lecture with Christian O. Christiansen
October 24th 2019, 14.30–16.00:
Research seminar with Martin Arvad Nicolaisen
September 24th 2019, 14:30–16:00:
Presentations by Christian O. Christiansen, Steven L. B. Jensen & Ravinder Kaur