Author Archives: andyddavies

New Project – Lives and Legacies of 1919 in Liverpool – Call for Participants

I have a new participatory project about to start which continues the work done by the Great War to Race Riots project over the past few years – details are below, but please get in touch with me if you … Continue reading

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Call for Participation/Attendance: Teaching Justice Pre-Conference 1st September, Pre-RGS-IBG Conference 2015, Exeter

I’m co-organising a Pre-Conference before this year’s RGS-IBG conference in Exeter – the details are below, and the deadline for people wishing to present and/or organise workshops for the Pre-Conference is on the 26th of June.   Call for Participation/Attendance: … Continue reading

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Prelude to Bandung: The Interwar Origins of Anti-Colonialism

Originally posted on Imperial & Global Forum:
The Gathering of Visionary Anti-Imperialism. Plenary Meeting, Brussels Congress 1927. Source: Louis Gibarti (Hrsg.), Das Flammenzeichen vom Palais Egmont, Neuer Deutscher Verlag, Berlin (1927) Fredrik Petersson Åbo Akademi University Russian State University for…

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Virtual issue – “People Without Property in Jobs: Stuart Hall and the Conundrums of Contemporary Urbanization in India”

Originally posted on AntipodeFoundation.org:
On Wednesday April 22nd, Vinay Gidwani will be presenting the 2015 Antipode AAG Lecture from 17:20 to 19:00 in Grand C/D North, Hyatt, East Tower, Gold Level. His lecture will be followed by a drinks…

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Book review on Antipode Online

My review of Anna Feigenbaum, Fabian Frenzel & Patrick McCurdy’s book Protest Camps (published last year by Zed Books) is now up on the Antipode Foundation’s website. It’s a great book, which everyone interested in protest should read!  

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New Edition of South Asianist

The University of Edinburgh’s Open Access Journal ‘The South Asianist’ has a new edition out – themed on crossing boundaries, with lots of interesting looking stuff in it. Link is below. http://www.southasianist.ed.ac.uk/index

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Selected readings on the Indian election results

Following Narendra Modi’s election as Prime Minister of India, and the landslide win of the BJP in general, there are some interesting and thought provoking articles doing the rounds, so I’ve tried to collate a few of them here. I’ll … Continue reading

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