Second event – CFP open

CFP alert! We are currently accepting abstracts from those interested in contributing a paper at our second event: a workshop titled Migration to/from/within Central & Eastern Europe: Decolonial perspectives on race, gender, sexuality and class. The event is provisionally scheduled for end of November/early December 2021 (exact date TBA) and will take place online via Zoom. Please, see full call for paperHERE.

Watch our first event!

You can now watch our first event on YouTube! The event titled How do we talk about ‘other’ geographies in/of Europe? Decolonial perspectives on Central & South-East Europe took place on 23 Sept 2020 4-6pm BST via Zoom. It was co-organised with Dr Špela Drnovšek Zorko (University of Warwick) and featured four excellent speakers: Prof. Hana Červinková (Maynooth University), Dr Piro Rexhepi (Independent Scholar), Dr Claudia Snochowska-Gonzalez (Polish Academy of Sciences) and Prof. Ivan Kalmar (University of Toronto). For details see HERE.

First event coming soon

Save the date: Our fist event How do we talk about ‘other’ geographies in/of Europe? Decolonial perspectives on Central & South-East Europe is on 23 Sept 2020 4-6pm BST via Zoom. Click HERE for details and to register. The event is co-organised with Špela Drnovšek Zorko (University of Warwick). It is free to attend – all are welcome!

Speakers: Prof. Hana Červinková (Maynooth University), Dr Piro Rexhepi (Independent Scholar), Dr Claudia Snochowska-Gonzalez (Polish Academy of Sciences) and Prof. Ivan Kalmar (University of Toronto).

The aim of the event is to explore the potential of using decolonial frameworks to researching Central-East Europe and South-East Europe, and to discuss analytical value in collectively conceptualising these relational geographies through the movement of people, spatial imaginaries, and forms of border-work.