Vocal Articulations of Parliamentary Identity and Empire (CALLIOPE) is a research project based at Helsinki University's Department of Cultures and funded by European Research Council. Focusing on the role of human voices in practices of political transfer, it looks 'beyond' Europe to understand how representation and citizenship were articulated in the British and French empires of the nineteenth century.
Vocal Articulations of Parliamentary Identity and Empire
Two postdoctoral researcher positions open in CALLIOPE
The Faculty of Arts invites applications for the positions of 2 postdoctoral researchers in area and cultural studies to the Vocal Articulations...
Making it like a man
Contributions are welcomed for the conference Making it like a man - Men, masculinities and the modern 'career' to be held at the University of...