April 3 & 4, 2023 / Exeter and hybrid
Deadline for applying: January 5, 2023.
The European Centre for Palestine Studies and the Institute for Arab and Islamic Studies at University of Exeter are organising a conference for 3-4 April 2023 with the title “Transnational Solidarity amongst (Settler) Colonised Peoples: Palestine and beyond”.
The panels will cover different experiences of colonisation and resistance in the context of transnational solidarities. We encourage the submission of abstracts on topics related, but not limited to, the following:
- Building transnational connectivity,
- Liberated futures and decolonial solutions for settler colonial realities,
- Liberation beyond geopolitics,
- Community psychology across and in-between contexts,
- Impact of transnational solidarity/ resistance,
- The limitations and challenges of transnational solidarity,
- The role of technology in building global solidarity,
- Liberatory publics and literatures,
- Decoloniality and transnational praxis.
We accept scholarly research papers, individuals or co-authored. We also encourage alternative and artistic contributions that present different mediums of research and knowledge production. Those can take the form of poetry, artistic performances, exhibitions, culinary experiences, journalism and many more.
There are a limited number of accommodation grants available for presenters, grant applications for which will open once decisions on abstracts have been sent out. The conference will also be held in a hybrid format allowing people to attend worldwide and for participants who are unable to attend in-person.
How to submit
Please email a document including your paper’s title, an abstract of 250 to 300 words, up to five keywords and short biographical paragraph to email@example.com by 5 January 2023. We request that the subject lines for abstract submissions follow the format “ABSTRACT SUB: [title of paper] – [presenter’s name]”. Emails with subject lines not following the specified format are at risk of not being considered for acceptance.
Please specify in your email if you intend on attending the conference in person and if you require support in applying for a UK visa.
The deadline for applying is 5 January 2023.
All decisions will be sent out by 25 January 2023. Decisions for applicants who specify in their email that they require a visa for in-person attendance will be sent out sooner.
Please contact us if you require additional time for completing your visa process. We will deal with the review process of your paper as a priority.
For all enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.