CALL FOR PAPERS:
“The State, Violence and the Rule of Law in Korean-Japanese History”
Zeit: 28. bis 29. Juni 2013
Ort: Universität Leiden
The conceptual triangle State-Violence-Law is on purpose wide open. We seek contributions in English of original research from scholars around the globe dealing with any or all of these concepts from a perspective of institutional, political, social, cultural, international, transnational or comparative history. Papers that introduce hitherto untapped archival resources and/or challenging reinterpretations of established readings are particularly solicited. Unimpressed by the reification of the modern, we explicitly welcome contributions irrespective of period, hoping to strike a balance between “modernists” and “premodernists”.
Abstracts (max. 750 words and a short bio) can be sent to the workshop organizer, Koen De Ceuster at: firstname.lastname@example.org before 30 July 2012. Authors will be notified of acceptance in the course of the summer. Full papers are due 25 May 2013. Pending funding, all costs will be covered.
(Textquelle und komplette Ausschreibung: Universität Leiden)