Appel : Europe in Discourse

Vous trouverez ci-dessous l’appel à contributions pour la conférence “Identity in discourse. Identity. Diversity. Borders” qui se déroulera à Athènes en septembre 2016. D’autres informations sont disponibles sur le site: http://europeindiscourse.eu.

The conference is a unique opportunity to bring together different perspectives and methodologies involved in shaping the complexities and contradictions of current European identity discourses. A fundamental methodological pluralism is considered a key condition for addressing these complexities and contradictions at a time of crisis.

The conference aims to bring together researchers interested in analyzing European identities in various discourses. Researchers from many different disciplines will investigate historical, geopolitical, geo-cultural, geo-economic and social perspectives on Europe. The conference also invites contributions that explore the role of diversity and borders in forging and re-shaping European identities.

Conference Themes

Scholars are invited to submit papers that draw on discourse theories, linguistic or textual analysis to investigate topics that include:

  • Historical, geo-cultural, geo-economic and geopolitical aspects of European identities
  • Europe: super-diverse and globalized
  • Images of crisis and recovery in Europe
  • Conceptual blending, discourse and metaphors about Europe
  • Translation and linguistic (in)equality in Europe
  • Refugees and asylum seekers in EU discourses
  • European diversity through religion and culture
  • Discourses on the European economic crisis
  • Discursive constructions of borders
  • Political discourse in the European Union
  • Media constructions of European identities
  • Ethnographic approaches to European identity-making
  • Construction of European narratives
  • Extreme right populist discourses in EU
  • Discourses of integration/assimilation in the EU
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  • Caryatides sur l’Acropole (GNU Free Documentation License)

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