This is a 2-day seminar-workshop organized by the UP-CIDS Decolonial Studies Program, the Bangsamoro Parliament’s Policy Research and Legal Services (PRLS), and the Decolonial Studies Research Network (DSRN). This aims to explore, discuss, and elaborate the usage of decolonial approaches in crafting legislative measures such as bills and resolutions in the Bangsamoro Parliament. It shall … Continue reading Decolonial Approaches to Legislation Seminar-Workshop
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LOOKING FOR WRITERS!
The UP CIDS Decolonial Studies Program is looking for two writers that can produce two discussion papers on two conferences on decolonial religion and decolonial English studies. You may send your CV to: email@example.com
Critical Policy Studies: call for new editor!
Critical Policy Studies (CPS) is a non-mainstream and non-positivist journal that has managed over time to consolidate its space within the vast field of policy studies. It brings contemporary theoretical and methodological discussions, both normative and empirical, to bear on the understanding and analysis of public policy, at local, national and global levels, emphasizing socially … Continue reading Critical Policy Studies: call for new editor!
Call for manuscripts – environment, health, and well-being
Environment, Health, and Well-being This series tackles the relationship between health and the environment, paying particular attention to changes occurring over time and across place. It seeks to illuminate the causes and consequences of human, more-than-human, and environmental ill-health, while also attending to possibilities for well-being, flourishing, and repair. Encouraging an expanded notion of health, … Continue reading Call for manuscripts – environment, health, and well-being
Call for Abstracts: Social and Political Suffocations
About the bookBuilding on the understanding that the unequal distribution of wealth, privilege,infrastructures, social and political agency and recognition take place along intersectionalpower dynamics, this edited volume asks how these power dynamics operate in constitutingwhose lives, and what life forms, are un/breathable. By approaching this topic as anentanglement of structural, individual and quotidian operations of … Continue reading Call for Abstracts: Social and Political Suffocations
Three best essays: “How and in what ways Filipinos can decolonize knowledge?”
We are delighted to announce the result of the essay competition for the PHISO book, “International Studies in the Philippines.” After a careful review and deliberation of all 16 submissions, the board of judges has decided to award the following individuals: 1st best essay winner: Xylene Buenvenida Tandoc, Benguet 2nd best essay winner: John Leihmar Centeno Toledo, Laguna 3rd best … Continue reading Three best essays: “How and in what ways Filipinos can decolonize knowledge?”
Hello everyone! As part of the activities we are preparing with the conference "Decolonizing Global Studies: Charting Trends, Mapping Trajectories," we are also having a Special Session and Conversation with Academic Publishers and Academic Journal Editors this September 10, 2020, 1:00-4:30 PM. We asked our panelists to share something about the respective publishing house/press they … Continue reading Publication Forum
DECOLONIZE EVERYTHING!: Filipinos on the future of global development, health, human rights and peace
DECOLONIZE EVERYTHING!: Filipinos on the future of global development, health, human rights and peaceDate: 10 August, 1pm UK time / 8pm Philippines time / 6am US East Coast time A global pandemic and mass protests all over the world – against all sorts of oppression, from racism in the Global North to authoritarianism in the … Continue reading DECOLONIZE EVERYTHING!: Filipinos on the future of global development, health, human rights and peace
IMPORTANT UPDATES REGARDING THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND ACADEMIC WORKSHOP
In light of the still untenable conditions posed by the Covid-19 global pandemic, the organizers of the International Conference and Academic Workshop “Decolonizing Global Studies: Charting Trends, Mapping Trajectories” have decided to make important decisions. Sensitive to the context of our times yet remaining committed to pursue meaningful academic endeavors, the international conference and academic … Continue reading IMPORTANT UPDATES REGARDING THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND ACADEMIC WORKSHOP
Routledge Virtual Book Launch: International Studies in the Philippines
Join us for a virtual book launch which will map horizons of non-Western approaches in Philippine experiences of International Relations. Click https://bit.ly/IRBookLaunch to register. About this Event How can local experiences and the social transformation generated by modernity help to enrich our understanding of the international? What might a version of the much-discussed "non-Western International Relations (IR)" … Continue reading Routledge Virtual Book Launch: International Studies in the Philippines