Call for Applications: Thirteenth Global Studies Conference 2020, CanadaConferences 25.04.2020
Deadline: 25 May 2020
Applications are now open for the Thirteenth Global Studies Conference 2020. Each year the Global Studies Conference draws a diverse group of participants from all over the world. Our Program Development team draws on this diversity to craft a rich and distinctive conference experience. Further, The Thirteenth Global Studies Conference will feature plenary sessions by some of the world’s leading thinkers and innovators in the field. We are currently in our selection process. The conference program groups together presentations along similar themes to facilitate knowledge sharing and community building. The first schedule of sessions will be available when we’re able to present a complete picture of the conference.
Global Studies Conference attendees include leaders in the field, as well as emerging scholars. Who travel to the conference from all corners of the globe also represent a broad range of disciplines and perspectives. A variety of presentation options also session types offer opportunities. Further, for attendees to share their work, discuss key issues in the field, and build relationships with attendees.
- Economy and Trade
- Politics, Power, and Institutions
- Society and Culture
- Resources and Environment
Scope & concerns
- Mapping the ‘New Globalization’
The new globalization can be mapped as trends in trade, finance, international institutions, hegemony, inequality, social movements also struggles, cultural changes, and ecological dynamics. Arguably the twenty-first-century momentum of globalization is markedly different from twentieth-century globalization also involves new geography of trade, weaker United States hegemony and a trend towards growing multipolarity. Like a giant oil tanker, the axis of globalization is slowly turning from North-South to East-South relations in trade and finance.
- Globalization in the Larger Human Scheme
Phases of globalization bring peculiar logics of territoriality also sovereignty, their own framing of spaces and pragmatics of flows.
- Globalization in Theory
What do we mean by ‘globalization’? So, what do we mean by this so-many faceted thing, ‘globalization’? Global markets are such that there is almost no place in the world where you cannot sell your wares and no place in the world from which people are unable to sell their wares into your local market.
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