Brisbane, Australia, 21st – 25th July, 2018
‘Borders and Margins’
We live in a diverse and increasingly globalized world. Its complexities have become evident not least during several major political changes in the last few years.
The discussions on both how to accommodate and institutionalize diversity as a major advantage of progress as well as on how to address political changes that can often create instability at various levels have been ongoing and no single answer seems to have been provided. Attempts to answer such questions might adopt multiple levels of analysis, ranging from the ‘global order’ and the world of principles through international and domestic institutions, specific regions and countries, up to the individual.
For social science disciplines, the rapid changes also pose a challenge of understanding and explaining them with the help of available theories and methodologies. Both theory testing and theory development with refined established or novel methodologies is needed to better understand how institutions and societies can advance towards being more inclusive and better off in a diverse and globalized world.
San Francisco, California, USA, 4th – 7th April, 2018
‘The Power of Rules and Rule of Power’
More information to follow soon.