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TRA 2022 : CFP extension to November 30, 2021: THE RISE OF ASIA 2022: Covid-19 from Asia to the world: what assessment and what perspective for a common futur?

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Link: https://bandungspirit.org/
 
When Feb 9, 2022 - Feb 11, 2022
Where FRANCE
Submission Deadline Nov 30, 2021
Notification Due Dec 1, 2021
Final Version Due Jan 31, 2022
Categories    world history/studies   post-colonial history/studies   political history/studies   social sciences
 

Call For Papers

INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE
Paris and Le Havre, France, February 9-11, 2022

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
The conference is open to individual and group paper presentations. Those willing to present their papers are invited to submit their proposals until November 30, 2021. The selected proposals will be communicated to their authors starting from from October 2021 according to their availability.

The Covid-19 global situation suggests the following points:
1) We are living in a crisis of civilisation provoked or accelerated by the pandemic and the climate change, crisis that may be seen as a transition from capitalist mode of production-based towards another; the new one is however unknown in advance.
2) Asia plays an important if not leading role towards a new global civilisation;
3) There is a risk that the rise of Asia leads to a planetary catastrophe since it is based on a model of growth created and developed by the West based on economism, productivism, consumerism, materialism, patriarchy, model denounced as the root problem.

So, how does this “crisis of civilisation” manifest in different fields and different localities? In what way the pandemic affects peoples, societies, nations, states? How do they manage the pandemic? Do Asian countries perform better than others? Does the pandemic constitute a point of “bifurcation” (Immanuel Wallerstein), a moment of “delinking” (Samir Amin), towards a “global rebalancing” or a “global restructuring” (Manoranjan Mohanty)? What “status quo” and what “transformation” following the pandemic? Are there signs of changes towards a new global post-capitalist, post-productivist, post-consummerist, post-materialist, post-patriarcal civilisation?

As a matter of indication, major changes in the following fields may help us to answer those questions:
1) Gender and women’s issues (feminist movements, ecofeminism, gender justice, “depatriarcalisation”, LGBT, MeToo...)
2) Ecology (climate change, pandemic, green cities, green capitalism, eco-renewable energy, plastic, waste, pollutions, eco-socialism, vegetarianism, veganism...)
3) Digital universe (information, communication, media, GAFAM, Ali Baba, cryptocurrency, fake news, artificial intelligence, cyber-economy, cyber-crimes, cyber-war…)
4) Biotechnology (medical-agricultural-industrial-environmental-biotechnology, genetic engineering, cloning, GMO, vaccines…)
5) Demography (national-regional-international uneven growth, aging societies, over population, ethnic-religious-conflicts, urbanisation, migration…)
6) New phase of decolonisation (counter hegemony, decolonisation of mind, Black lives matter, Palestine lives matter, anti-racism, anti-occupation, anti-apartheid, anti-war...)

It is to assess the state of the world under Covid-19 pandemic and to catch the perspective of a common future that the 6th edition of the Rise of Asia Conference Series is organised. It encourages the participation of scholars from a wide range of scientific disciplines (area studies, cultural studies, ecology, economics, geography, history, humanities, languages, management, political and social sciences…) and practitioners from diverse professional fields (business, civil society, education, enterprise, government, management, parliament, public policy, social and solidarity movements…) as well as artists and writers, based in diverse geographical areas (Africa, North, Central and South America, Australia, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Oceania, Pacific…).

Special sessions / workshops / roundtables will be organised on the following topics:
- Post-Covid-19 Business with Asia: what goods, what services, what competitions, what cooperations?
- Africa-Asia economic exchanges: what strategies for a mutual benefit and a sustainable world?
- Economic cybernetics as a scientific paradigm for the ongoing digital chaos: what ways of digitalization?
- Women's voices on Afghanistan: what assessment and what perspective?

The special sessions / workshops / roundtables are open to individual and group paper presentations.

For more information: https://bandungspirit.org/

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