• JosĂ© Carlos G. Aguiar (Latin American Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands)
    “Power Poles and the Advancement of Anthropology: Hegemony and Empiricism in Latin America”
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  • Marian Burchardt (Sociology, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen, Germany)
    “Religion after Religion”
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  • Dylan Craig (International Relations, American University, Washington D.C., USA)
    “The Guns of 1988: Conflict Studies and the Search for a New Way To Study War”
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  • AnĂ©l Du Plessis (Law, North-West University, South Africa)
    “Institutional Subsidiarity in an Era of Global Environmental Governance and Transnational Environmental Law”
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  • Ajay Gandhi (Anthropology, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity)“From the Universal to the Microscopic: Anthropology since 1989”
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  • Bryanna Tyece Hocking (Irish Studies, Queens University Belfast, UK)
    "The End of Ideology? Re-Conceptualizing Citizenship and Culture in a Post-(Political) Place World”
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  • Daniel Kinderman (Political Science, University of Delaware, USA)
    "The End of the Cold War and the Hegemony of Rational Choice Liberalism in Political Science”
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  • Gal Kirn (Philosophy and History, Humboldt-UniversitĂ€t zu Berlin, Germany)
    “Has Time of ‘Post-postism’ Arrived, or on two Types of ‘Post-s’”
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  • Julie Michelle Klinger (Geography, University of California, Berkeley)
    “The Uneasy Relationship Between ‘China’ and ‘Globalization’ in post-Cold War Scholarship”
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  • Ari Kohen (Political Philosophy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA)
    “The Responsibility to Protect Doctrine: A New Norm for Human Rights Protection and Enforcement”
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  • Bridget Kustin (Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University, USA)
    “Economic Anthropology after 1989: Rationality, Risk and the Example of Islamic Finance”
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  • Dominic Martin (Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK)
    “Re-sculpting in Time: The Return of the Grand-narrative (as Ethnographic Object)”
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  • Pierre Minn (Medical Anthropology, UniversitĂ© de MontrĂ©al, Canada)
    “Medical Anthropology After the Cold War”
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  • Akachi Odoemene (History, University College Oxford, UK)
    "Beyond the Cold War: Continuity and Change in Nigeria’s Historical Enterprise since 1990"
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  • Alice Pinheiro Walla (Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
    "Kant’s Theory of Peace after the Cold War"
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  • Srdjan Radovic (Anthropology, Institute of Ethnography SASA, Belgrade, Serbia)
    “From ‘Yugoslav’ Ethnologies to (Post)National (Cultural) Anthropologies: Overview of Contemporary Paradigm Shifts in Ethno-Anthropological Research in the Balkans”
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  • Abraham Rubin (Comparative Literature, CUNY, USA)
    “From ‘Jewish Literature’ to ‘World Literature’; Or, what 21st Century Kafka-Criticism Tells Us About the Shifting Landscape of Jewish Studies in America”
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