Association pour l’anthropologie du changement social et du développement
Association for the anthropology of social change and development

Conference

Around 200 participants to 2018 APAD international conference

Around 200 participants to 2018 APAD international conference

APAD 2018 Conference took place 23-25 May 2018 in Roskilde (Denmark), in partnership with Roskilde University, the University of Copenhague and IRD, and with support from AFD, Carlsberg Foundation, IRD and French Institute in Danemark. Around 200 participants had three days of scientific exchanges around the nexus migration, development and citizenship, and other issues of […]

APAD 2018 Conference is coming soon

APAD 2018 Conference is coming soon

APAD 2018 conference is coming soon. The programme is online. We will have : two key note speeches       Engin Isin: Decolonising Mobile Peoples Engin Isin is Professor of International Politics at Queen Mary University of London, UK, and the author of: Citizenship after Orientalism: Transforming Political Theory       Heath Cabot: Displacement, Humanitarianism and the […]

APAD 2018 Conference: call for papers for the panels

APAD 2018 Conference: call for papers for the panels

Next APAD international conference will take place at Roskilde University (Denmark) on 23-25 May 2018, on “Migrations, citizenships, development”. It is organized in partnership with the Universities of Roskilde et Copenhagen, IRD (French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development), and with a support of AFD (French Development Agency). This topic received a lot of enthousiasm. […]

New deadlines !! APAD 2018 Conference: Call for Abstracts, Panel Proposals and Workshops

New deadlines !! APAD 2018 Conference: Call for Abstracts, Panel Proposals and Workshops

New deadlines ! APAD 13th International Conference is organised in Denmark on 23-25 May 2018, in partnership with Roskilde University and the University of Copenhagen, on “Migrations, development and citizenship”. The emergence of the latest so-called ‘migration crisis’ invites the critical engagement and rethinking of the migration-development-citizenship nexus. This conference seeks to stimulate research around […]