CFP Theories and Practices of Governance of Cultural Diversity Workshop, Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy, September 28, 2021 (held online). Deadline: September 4, 2021.
Over the past decades, the traditional distinction between national and international spheres has experienced great pressure as conventional state-centric practices and state-sponsored international governance have been challenged or replaced by new forms of governance. The rise of diverse non-state actors and institutional arrangements has profoundly changed the dynamics and outcomes of global politics. This Workshop Series aims to foster debate on a range of topics related to different transnational policy arenas (such as economy, international mobility, security, sustainability) as well as issues cutting across several policy domains (including questions around the legitimacy, accountability and effectiveness of transnational actors and structures). This event will bring together PhD candidates, postdoctoral researchers, and senior scholars from different strands of research, to discuss key analytical issues and empirical research in progress on multi-level global and regional politics of today.