Sixth European Congress on World and Global History: Minorities, Cultures of Integration, and Patterns of Exclusion
Following the successful and rewarding meetings of the European Congresses on World and Global History held in Leipzig, Dresden, London, Paris, and Budapest the next ENIUGH Congress will take place in Turku, hosted by the Global History Laboratory at Åbo Akademi.
Under the theme “Minorities, Cultures of Integration and Patterns of Exclusion”, we seek to stimulate and discuss research on minorities and the processes of past and present minoritization as well as the resistance they engender from a global perspective. We aim to analyse the various concepts of minority and minority positions, practices and narratives of inclusion, belonging, and exclusion with a focus on transnational and transregional constellations as well as comparative perspectives. Addressing the exposure to and challenge of historical and contemporary mechanisms and policies of marginalization and exclusion in their relation to past and present cultures of integration we hope to stimulate a reflection on the normative underpinnings of societies.
Our aim is to bring together as many perspectives and case studies as possible so that a stimulating debate about interpretations across historical periods, about comparisons of spaces may emerge, leading towards greater sensibility for border-crossing entanglements and encounters.
With the 6th ENIUGH Congress, we will also continue to … READ MORE