CFP: COLLECTIVE IDENTITIES: STABILITY AND CHANGE
FRIDAY 26 JUNE 2015
VENUE: MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY,
KEY NOTE SPEAKER: PROF MARY HICKMAN
While collective identities remain crucial to everyday life, their quality and character have arguably been subject to significant change, in response to a range of major economic, social and political transformations affecting the island of Ireland. This one-day conference seeks to explore the quality and extent of such changes, across a range of domains.
We welcome papers that address the extent of stability and change in contexts such as:
- political identities
- gender and sexuality
- family and intimacy
- social class
- emotions and social norms
- conflict and peace
Please send abstracts (150 words) on any of the themes above to L.Smyth@qub.ac.uk by 20th March 2015.
Organised by: Prof. Louise Ryan, Dr. Maria Power, and Dr Lisa Smyth