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Saturday, 29 September 2012

Call for papers for ECE 2013 - The European Conference on Education, Last Date for submission of abstraction: March 1 2013

ECE is an international, intercultural and interdisciplinary event, and will give delegates the chance to listen to the latest news and research from scholars around the world, and great networking opportunities across higher education. Academics working throughout the world are encouraged to forge working relationships with each other, and facilitate partnerships across borders as part of the wider IAFOR community.

Conference Theme: Learning and Teaching Through Transformative SpacesAs previous IAFOR Conferences on Education have shown, education and lifelong learning can be seen as a solution to a host of local and global problems whilst globalized education systems are becoming increasingly socially, ethnically and culturally diverse. Nevertheless, knowledge is often defined through discourses embedded in Western paradigms, as globalised education systems become increasingly determined by dominant knowledge economies.The Inaugural European Conference on Education extends these discussions to consider the pedagogic challenges of developing transformative spaces for learning and teaching. The conference organizers encourage submissions that consider learning and teaching through one of the following sub-themes, although submission of other topics for consideration is also welcome:- Challenges and transformations in learning and teaching- Virtual spaces: digital technologies and communications- Connections and disconnections in learning and teaching- Learning and teaching in glocal spaces of transformation- Space, Architecture and Learning- Global education and education for sustainable development- 'Englishes' and cultural communications- (Inter)cultural communications and understanding: challenging and preserving cultural differences- Leadership in learning and teaching- Bi-cultural, bilingual and bi-national educationWe hope to see you for our first conference in Europe in 2013!Professor Stuart D. B. Picken, Order of the Sacred TreasureChair, IAFOR International Advisory BoardECE 2013 Conference Programme AdvisersProfessor Sue JacksonPro-Vice-Master, Learning and Teaching, Professor of Lifelong Learning and Gender, Birkbeck, University of LondonProfessor Michiko NakanoProfessor of Education and Director of the Distance Learning Center, Waseda UniversityProfessor Mary StuartVice-Chancellor, University of LincolnProfessor Judith Chapman, A.M.Professor of Education, Australian Catholic University and Fellow, St Edmund's Hall, Cambridge UniversityProfessor David AspinProfessor Emeritus of Education and Former Dean, Monash UniversityProfessor Tien-Hui ChiangProfessor of Education, National Tainan UniversityPublishing Opportunities: Authors of accepted abstracts will have the opportunity of publishing their associated paper in the official conference proceedings, and a selection of papers will be considered for inclusion in the internationally reviewed IAFOR Journal of Education.ECE is the partner conference of the Asian Conference on Education (ACE), Asia's leading education conference, and a great forum for exchanging the latest ideas and views. Since its inception in 2009, ACE has welcomed over one thousand academics and practitioners to its annual Osaka event. For more information about the Asian Conference on Education, please go towww.ectc.iafor.orgHear the latest research, publish before a global audience, present in a supportive environment, network, engage in new relationships, experience the UK, explore Brighton and London and the UK, join a global academic community
ECE 2013 - The European Conference on Education
11th to 14th July 2013
Brighton, United Kingdom

Enquiries: ece@iafor.org
Web address: http://www.ece.iafor.org/
Sponsored by: IAFOR - The International Academic Forum (IAFOR) in partnership with Waseda University (Japan), Birkbeck University of London (UK), The National Institute of Education (Singapore), The National University of Tainan (Taiwan), University of Lincoln (UK), the Hong Kong Institute of Education, Auburn University (USA), and its global partners is proud to announce the Inaugural European Conference on Education, to be held from July 11-14 2013, in Brighton, UK.

Monday, 24 September 2012

The United World Colleges called applications forInternational Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma

Applications are invited for September 2013 entry to the United World Colleges situated in UK, Canada, USA, Italy, Hong Kong, Swaziland, Norway, India, Costa Rica and the Netherlands. Some full and part scholarships are available on the basis of merit at Mahindra UWC India, and only limited scholarships are available at some overseas UWCs. Applicants are required to research United World Colleges and the educational experience they provide, via information on the following web sites: www.uwc.org,  www.uwccommindia.net  andwww.uwcmahindracollege.org  

The United World Colleges
♦ Provide the opportunity for highly motivated young people from diverse backgrounds to transcend the many boundaries, which divide our world.
♦ Offer a two-year programme leading to" the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. This is recognised as equivalent to the completion of Grade XII by the Association, of Indian Universities.

To apply to any UWC, candidates must
♦ be of Indian origin/PIO/OCI
♦ must be born between 1st September, 1995 and 28th February, 1998
♦ currently be in either Grade X or XI

To obtain an application form, you will need to send a Demand Draft/Cheque payable in Mumbai for Rs.1000/- drawn in favour of "The United World Colleges Committee (India)". To obtain the form by post, send a self-addressed envelope (25 cms x 12 cms) affixed with a Rs.50/- stamp to the following address: NRI applicants may contact Mumbai office at the contact details given below for the application form:
The United World Colleges Committee (India)
Mahindra Towers, Ground Floor, Worli, Mumbai 400018.
Tel: (022) 2497 4625,2490 5937

Application forms will be issued from 10th September, 2012 until 31st January, 2013 only. Completed applications must reach on or before 15th February, 2013. Late applications will not be accepted. It may be noted that offers are made before Grade X Board results are announced.

Call for Papers “Discrimination and Social Exclusion: Development Experience of Dalits in India”

The contemporary Indian scenario is characterised by increasing reflections and deliberations on the development question. These debates in general acknowledge that the development path that India has followed since  independence has not been successful in ensuring social equality or empowering
the weaker sections of India in general and dalits are in particular. The process
of globalisation has made the scenario even more complex and its impact on various sections of society in India is yet to be comprehended fully- both theoretically and empirically. The Dalit question assumes significance in this context because there is a more or less scholarly consensus that as a social group, the Dalits are one of the most discriminated and disadvantageous groups in contemporary India. Practices of discriminations and exclusion process exist in the social, economic, political spheres of society, irrespective of the existence of constitutional legal safeguards. A number of policies and programmes implemented by the state within the framework of affirmative action and positive discrimination have only been partially successful. In this context, the study proposes to look at the question of Dalit development in Karnataka through the frame-work of social exclusion. This frame work of social exclusion would help to comprehend the Dalit scenario in a more comprehensive manner by including the issues of social, economic and political empowerment, meaningful participation and the questions of equality and justice. Mere economic growth measured in terms of per capita and national incomes are proven utterly insufficient to understand the overall development of different social sections of Indian society. The overall well-being, political and social empowerment, removal of historically rooted discriminations, effective implementation of specific affirmative actions etc are widely understood as integral parts of a comprehensive notion of development. In such a context, the concept of social exclusion has emerged as a significant theoretical framework to understand the current Indian situation of uneven development and continuing state of inequality among different social groups. The significance of this frame work is that it emphasises a network of social relations that have bearing on the economic and political spheres of a community and explains the reasons of inequality and discrimination in a more comprehensive manner. As a part of ongoing study sponsored by ICSSR, a two-day national seminar is organised on the theme ‘Discrimination and Social Exclusion: Development Experience of Dalits in India” on 18th and 19th October, 2012. The seminar intends to deliberate on the following issues concerned with dalit empowerment with special focus on Karnataka state. ICSSR Sponsored National Seminar Call for Papers "Discrimination and Social Exclusion: Development Experience of Dalits in India" The Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy in Mangalore University is organising a two-day National Seminar on 18th and 19th of October 2012. Sub themes of the seminar include 

  • Poverty, unemployment and access to resources among dalits,
  • Political participation and empowerment – panchayath 
      raj institution and dalits

  • Dalits, primary education and discrimination, 4) Practice of untouchability, discrimination and violence and atrocities against dalits,
  • Dalit movement and empowerment. 
The Research papers addressing any one of the above/related theme with strong theoretical and empirical analysis are welcome. The dead line for abstract submission is 30th September 2012 and for full papers 10th October 2012. The participants whose papers are accepted for presentation will be provided II/III tier AC train/fare by the shortest route, boarding and lodging facilities on the campus.  more info: http://www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in/xampp/whatsnew/ICSSR%20Sponsored%20National%20Seminar.pdf
For the concept note and other details of the 
Phone: Mobile: 09448503417/09448209078. 
Office: 0824-2287205.

Call for Papers Globalisation and Rural Livelihoods: Opportunities and Challenges,

 Globalisation and Rural Livelihoods: Opportunities and Challenges
Organised by
Department of Economics
Arignar Anna Government Arts and Science College
( Affiliated to Pondicherry University)
in collaboration with
Pondicherry University
 January 31st and February 1st , 2013

For more info. and download brochure:


IPE National Doctoral Fellowships

IPE National Doctoral Fellowships provide opportunities  to young scholars to pursue full-time research leading to a Ph.D degree in Management or related
Candidates with brilliant academic record, project experience and good publication record from IIMs/IITs or premier management institutions  in India or abroad.
Executives of Public / Private sector firms with a minimum of 2-3 years of experience.  Faculty from Universities from India/abroad, research institutions  with 2-3 years of experience having qualified NET / M.Phil. Candidates must not be more than 30 years of age but relaxable in exceptional cases. Registration for Ph.D. must be completed
IPE National Doctoral Fellowships shall carry a stipend of the value of Rs.27,000/- per month in the first year and Rs.30,000/- during the subsequent two years. The
scholars will be entitled to an HRA of 30% of the fellowship amount per month. There will be a contingency grant of Rs.15000/-per annum Osmania University  Campus, Hyderabad - 500 007
Admission for Ph.D. Programme 2012-13
Last date for submission of applications: October 31, 2012   For more details Visit:www.ipeindia.org ICSSR / IPE  Doctoral Fellowships IPE  under the aegis of  Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) offers Doctoral Research Fellowships in social sciences. There will be separate allocation for candidates belonging
to SC/ST/ Women / those from educationally backward areas.  IPE Doctoral Fellowships  are also instituted for eligible Ph.D applicants.
A Master's degree of  a recognized university with a first or second class in Social Sciences with atleast 55% marks. Completion of M.Phil / National eligibility Test
(NET) for JRF/ Lecturership is desirable. The applicant for fellowships must be registered for Ph.D.  FINANCIAL SUPPORT The value of the fellowship is Rs.16,000/- p.m. (UGC rates) + Contingency Rs.15,000 p.a . Salary Protection is offered  in case of employed lecturers working in affiliated degree/PG colleges

Sunday, 23 September 2012


Electrochemistry is an interdisciplinary area and finds increasing applications in most of the modern themes such as energy generation / storage, healthcare diagnostics, materials fabrication / protection. As more and more problems look for solutions in Electrochemistry, there is an enormous scope for generating innovative ideas and carrying out cutting-edge experiments. CSIR- Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CSIR-CECRI) is well equipped to perform such experiments and young and bright scholars will find both ambience and challenge in conducting their doctoral programmes. Majority of the project work requires fundamental investigations with a bearing on futuristic programmes and scholarly inputs are crucial to this growth.

For further details regarding the research areas of CECRI, refer the ppt (CECRI–Profile.ppt) file given below.

CECRI invites applications from highly talented and research oriented candidates interested in pursuing Ph.D. Programme. Candidates selected for admission to Ph.D programme will be registered under Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research, NewDelhi.

M.Sc. degree or equivalent in any branch of Science and having a valid research fellowship awarded by a national agency (CSIR/UGC/DBT/ICMR/BINC/DST-INSPIRE or equivalent).

Application Process:
For admission to Ph.D programme, candidates need to fill the application ONLINE only by accessing http://acsir.res.in.

Selection Process:
All applications received through AcSIR will be screened at CSIR-CECRI by a committee and only those candidates who are found suitable will be called for interview/counseling at CSIR-CECRI. No TA will be paid by CECRI for attending the interview / counseling at Karaikudi. However candidates called for interview / Counseling will be provided accommodation at CECRI Guest House on payment of nominal charges.

Candidates selected for the Ph.D. Programme at CECRI shall draw their fellowship and other allowances, contingency etc., as per the scheme applicable to the candidate.

Important Dates:
 Last date for submission of online application:  25 October, 2012.
 Intimation to candidates (electronic):  02 November, 2012
 Interview / Counseling:  26th November to 14th December, 2012
 Declaration of results (on the web)       19 December, 2012
 Enrollment        16 January, 2013
 Beginning of Session    18 January, 2013
 Contact for further details:       
 Students’ Academic Committee
 CSIR – Central Electrochemical Research Institute           
 Karaikudi – 630 006        

For details, visit the link:


The Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University is inviting application for the following Diploma and Certificate programs from academic session 2012-13:

Diploma in Microfinance and Entrepreneurship (one year 2-semester Part Time) 
Diploma in Leisure and Hospitality Management (one year 2-semester Part Time)
Seats: 30 seats each
Fees Rs. 15,000/- (@ Rs. 7,500/-.Per semester)

Certificate Program in Health Care Management (6-month 1-semester Part Time)
Seats 30
Fees: Rs. 7,500/-.

Eligibility Requirements:
Students Pursuing Graduate Degree from recognized University and affiliated degree colleges.

RESERVATION : SC: 15%; ST: 7.5%; PC: 3% and OBC : 27%

The students shall be permitted to simultaneously pursue any one of the program at a time along with their regular degree program. Classes will be held at the Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University in the evening hours.

Admission application form is downloadable from the web site of the Faculty (www.bhu.ac.in/fms).

The completed application form duly forwarded by the Dean/ Head/ Principal of the institution where the candidate is currently pursuing his/her graduate program, along with Application fee of Rs. 50/- in cash be submitted in the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University latest by 1st October 2012. All applicants are required to appear for an Interface on 6th October 2012 for which no separate call letter will be issued.
Candidates selected for the above program shall be required to remit the course fee through DD in favour of the Controller of Examinations, BHU.

Last date for receipt of duly completed application form in the Faculty of Management Studies, BHU 1st October 2012
Date of Admission Interface 6th October 2012

a) The format of Application Form for the aforesaid courses is given at Appendix A to this notification.
b) Application Form can be downloaded from the BHU Website (www.bhu.ac.in/fms)
c) The candidates shall submit the duly filled up application form, alongwith prescribed enclosures and application processing fee, to the office of the Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University.

The Candidate shall pay the following Application Processing Fee along with the Application Form:
All courses (mentioned above) Rs. 200/- general;  (SC/ST Rs.125/-)

The Application Processing Fee shall be paid by a candidate through a crossed MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) Demand Draft/Banker’s Cheque issued by any Nationalized/Scheduled Bank, in favour of the “The Controller of Examinations, Banaras Hindu University” payable at Varanasi. Candidates to note that only MICR Demand Draft/Banker’s Cheque (issued by a Bank) shall be accepted. The applicant is advised to write his/her (a) Name, (b) Date of Birth on the reverse of the MICR Demand Draft/Banker’s Cheque. The Application Processing Fee paid shall neither be refunded nor transferred to any other course apart from the courses mentioned above nor shall be reserved for any subsequent year, in any case.

(i) The candidates shall submit the duly filled up application form, alongwith prescribed enclosures and application processing fee, to the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University BY THE LAST DATE.

Last date of submission of admission application form: 1st October 2012

How to apply:
Candidates seeking admission to the above programs are required to apply on the prescribed application form downloadable from the Web site link:
and submit the completed application form duly forwarded by the head of the institution where the candidate is currently pursuing his/her graduate program, to the Office of the Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University on or before the last date specified, along with Application fee of Rs. 50/- in cash.

For details, log on to the links:

ADMISSION TO Ph.D. PROGRAMME IN THE FACULTY OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES FOR THE SESSION 2012-2013, Last date of receiving the form: 5th October, 2012

Applications are invited from Indian nationals for admission to Ph.D. Programme in different Departments/Schools belonging to the Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences, BESU as detailed below:
1. Candidates who have passed M.Sc./M.Tech./M.E. are eligible to apply.
2. Candidates who have qualified in (UGC/CSIR)JRF/NET/SLET/SET/M.Phil./M.E./M.Tech. will have to appear only for interview. All other candidates will have to appear in a written test followed by interview.
3. Candidates will have to download the application form and the filled up form along with a DD/Pay Order for Rs.300/- (Three hundred only)drawn in favour of REGISTRAR, BESUS payable at Kolkata will have to be submitted to the Receiving Section, 5th Floor, Science and Technology Building on or before 5th October, 2012 on all working days between 11.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m..
4. The intake to different Departments/Schools are as follows:

Area of Research:
1. Physics:
Fibre Optics
Material Physics
Solar System Dynamics
2. Chemistry:
Electrochemistry, Fuel Cells, Thin Film Liquid Junction Solar Cells
Coordination Chemistry & Nanomaterials
Thin Film Semiconductor, Gas Sensors and Solar Cells
Coordination and Bioinorganic Chemistry
Computational and Theoretical Chemistry
Theoretical Molecular Sciences
Synthetic Organic and Organometallic Chemistry
Supramolecular Chemistry, Design and Synthesis of Fluoroionophores
Bio-coordination Chemistry and Nanomaterials
3. Mathematics:
Operations Research: Entropy and Optimization
Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications
Solid Mechanics
Mathematical Biology
Functional Analysis
4. Earth Sciences:
5. Food Processing and Nutrition:
Microbial Biotechnology for Food Sector
6. Science:
Development of Novel Technology in making superior nutritional quality non dairy food products
Food Product Development
Food Quality and Safety
Interdisciplinary Subjects for Community Development

5. It may not be possible to offer Institute Fellowship to all candidates selected for enrolment.
6. For dates of written test and interview, the candidates are requested to contact the office of the concerned Departments/Schools.

1. Candidates who have passed MSc / MTech / ME are eligible to apply.
2. Candidates who have qualified in (UGC / CSIR) JRF / NET / SLET / SET / MPhil / ME / MTech will have to appear only for interview. All other candidates will have to appear in a written test followed by interview.

Candidates will have to download the application form and the filled up form along with a DD / Pay Order for Rs. 300/- (Three hundred only) drawn in favour of REGISTRAR, BESUS payable at Kolkata will have to be submitted to the Receiving Section, 5th Floor, Science and Technology Building on or before 5th October, 2012 on all working days between 11.00 am and 2.00 pm.

Last date of receiving the form: 5th October, 2012.

For details, visit the link:

Friday, 21 September 2012

Call for paper in Culture, Government and Law for ICGLC, Dubai, Last Date: October 15, 2012

The 2013 2nd International Conference on Government, Law and Culture - ICGLC 2013, will be held during January 19-20, 2013, in Dubai, UAE. ICGLC 2013, aims to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of Government, Law and Culture, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.
The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in E-business, Management and Economics and related areas. All papers for the ICGLC 2013 will be published in the IJSSH (ISSN: 2010-3646) as one volume, and will be included in the Engineering & Technology Digital Library, and indexed by EBSCO, WorldCat, Google Scholar, Ulrich's, Cross Ref and sent to be reviewed by ISI Proceedings.
One Excellent Paper will be selected from each oral session The Certificate for Excellent Papers  will be awarded in the Welcome Banquet on January 20, 2013.

English is the official language of the conference. We welcome paper submissions. Prospective authors are invited to submit full (and original research) papers (which is NOT submitted/published/under consideration anywhere in other conferences/journal) in electronic (PDF only) format through the easy chair conferences management system website or via emailicglc@iedrc.org.

2013 2nd International Conference on Government, Law and Culture - ICGLC 2013 is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Government, Law and Culture. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
Digital Government Application Domains:
courts, crisis management
education, emergency response
government statistics
grants administration
international initiatives and cooperation
health and human services
law enforcement and criminal justice
legislative systems
natural resources management
open government (o-government)
regulation and rulemaking
security, tax administration
transportation systems
urban planning.
Information Technology and Tools to Support Government
cloud computing for digital government domains
collaboration tools
digital libraries and knowledge management
geographic information systems
human-computer interaction
intelligent agents
information integration
interoperable data, networks and architectures
large scale data and information acquisition and management
mobile government
multiple modalities and multimedia
national and international infrastructures for information and communication
service-oriented architectures
semantic web
social networking, mashups, and software engineering for large-scale government projects.
Law and economics
Financial system and economic development
Economic reforms and growth
the world economy
State governance and economic policy
Human and Social Evolutionary Complexity
Human Development based on psychological and social concepts
Human Rights Development
Human-Computer Interactions
Human-Environment Interactions
Information and Communication Systems
Innovation, Technology and Society
Interdisciplinary Research and Studies
International Relations & Collaborations
Knowledge Management and Knowledge Economy
Land-Use Modeling Techniques and Applications
Law and Justice
Learning and Behavioral Modeling
Management Information Systems
Mathematical Modeling in Social Science
Media and Communications, Technology
Open Learning and Distance Education
Organizational Decision Making
Physics Methods for Analyzing Social Complexity
Policy/Public Administration/Public Health
Political Science and Decision Making
Politics, society, and international relations
Population and Development
Preservation and Green Urbanism
Public Administration
Public Governance
Race/Ethnic Studies
Social and Organizational Networks
Social Complexity
Social Computing
Social Network Analysis
Social Systems Dynamics
Social Work
Social-Psychological, Social, Organizational, and Technological Systems
Socio-Cognitive-Technological Systems
Sociology and Social Computation
Sport and Physical Education
Standards for Metadata, Ontologies, Annotation, Curation
Sustainable Development
Sustainable Economic Development
Sustainable Human and Social Development
Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods
Sustainable Urban Transport and Environment
Technology and Education
Technology, Society, Environmental Studies
Urban and Regional Planning
Urban Studies
Violence, Extremism, and Terrorism
Virtual Communities and Communications
All papers for the ICGLC 2013 will be published in the IJSSH (ISSN: 2010-3646) as one volume, and will be included in the Engineering & Technology Digital Library, and indexed by EBSCO, WorldCat, Google Scholar, Ulrich's, Cross Ref and sent to be reviewed by ISI Proceedings.
Important Date

Paper Submission (Full Paper)                                                  Before October 15, 2012 Notification of Acceptance                                                        On December 5, 2012 Final Paper Submission                                                            Before December 20, 2012 Authors' Registration                                                                 Before December 20, 2012
 ICGLC 2013 Conference Dates                                                    January 19 - 20, 2013
Formatting Instructions (DOC)
If you can't login the submission system, please try to submit through method 2.
2. Email: icglc@iedrc.org ( .pdf and .doc)
website: http://www.icglc.org/

PSC, Kerala Called 96 Posts including Part time High School Assistant (Arabic) in Education and High School Assistant (Arabic) in Education, Last Date: 17/10/2012

Kerala PSC invites applications for Various Vacancies – 96 Posts

Shared Traumas, Silent Loss, Public and Private Mourning, AUTUMN SYMPOSIUM IN LONDON

Psychoanalysis and Politics - Shared Traumas, Silent Loss, Public and Private Mourning 

Venue: British Psychoanalytical Society, 112a Shirland Road

The symposium questions the junctions of the private and the public
when it comes to trauma, loss and the work of mourning, which
challenge our very notions of the individual and the shared, asking:
What do we mean by working through the past?

Friday 19th, 9.00-9.30 Opening address
9.30-10.30 JUDIT SZEKACS-WEISZ - Separation in Exile
10.40-11.40 LENE AUESTAD - Time and Memory
11.50-12.50 JONATHAN DAVIDOFF - To Mend the World: Trauma and Containment
12.50-02.00 Lunch
2.00 - 3.00 KARL FIGLIO - The Differences between Public and Private Mourning
3.10-4.10 JANE FRANCES - Trauma, Dis-integration and Stasis - Simplification and Perpetual Conflict
4.20-5.30 JULIA BOROSSA - Violence, Trauma and Masculinity: Compromise Formations of Mourning and Survival in Contemporary Lebanese Literature
5.40-7.00 Group reflection session, conducted by SVEIN TJELTA

Saturday 20th
9.30-10.30 DAVID BELL - The Psychoanalyst in the Immigration Court
10.40-11.40 FERENC EROS - 'Postmemory Syndrome' in New Hungarian Literature
11.50-12.50 MARGARITA PALACIOS - Decolonizing Trauma and the Ethics of Anxious Witnessing
12.50-2.00 Lunch
2.00-3.00 PETER MORRALL - Psychotherapy and Social Responsibility: Homicide
3.10-4.10 LUCIA CORTI - The Found Children of the Disappeared: Recovered Identities
4.20-5.30 VIC SEIDLER - Silent Loss, Embodied Memories and Impossible Mournings
5.40-7.00 General discussion, feedback, about future conferences

PSYCHOANALYSIS AND POLITICS is a conference series that aims to
address how crucial contemporary political issues may be fruitfully
explored through psychoanalytic theory, and vice versa: how political
issues may reflect back on psychoanalytic thinking. The series is
interdisciplinary; we invite theoretical contributions and historical,
literary or clinical case studies from philosophers, sociologists,
psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, group analysts, literary theorists,
historians and others. Perspectives from different psychoanalytic
schools are most welcome. We emphasise room for discussion among the
presenters and participants, thus the symposium series creates a space
where representatives of different perspectives come together and
engage with one another's contributions, participating in a community
of thought.

The conference fee, which includes lunch and dinner Friday and
Saturday, is 155 GBP. To sign up, please e-mail:


Psychoanalysis and Politics is registered as a non-profit
organisation in Norway,
org. no: 998 503 221 webpage: www.psa-pol.org
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/PsAPol

Enquiries: psychoanalysis.politics@gmail.com
Web address: http://www.psa-pol.org