ESA 2015 – Call for Papers – Prague 25. – 28.8.2015

Here is the call for papers for #ESA2015 #RN31, the European research network on racism and antisemitism, for its conference in Prague in August 2015. As well as a general session, on inequalities, difference and identity in relation to racism and antisemitism, there are specific sessions on the dynamics of difference, on Black Europe and the sociological imagination, on sport and race/ethnicity, and on anti-Americanism.

Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism in the Shadow of the Holocaust

ESA 2015 – Call for Papers

Differences, Inequalities and the Sociological Imagination

12th Conference of the European Sociological Association

Prague, Czech Republic, 25 – 28 August 2015

RN31Racism, Antisemitism and Ethnic Relations
RN coordinatorBen_Gidley, University_of_Oxford, Oxford,
The 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association will be held in Prague 24-26 August 2015. The ESA Research Network 31 on Ethnic Relations, Racism and Antisemitism invites submissions of papers. We will hold sessions that focus on theoretical, methodological and empirical aspects of research on racism and antisemitism, especially in a comparative framework. The network’s perspective is to bridge the divide between the understanding of antisemitism and of racism, and to explore the correspondences, contiguities and contrasts across this divide. Our over-arching question is to understand what are the social, political and intellectual conditions that shape variations in antisemitism, racism and other forms of intolerance across time and across…

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