XIII Annual Conference of the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO)

Migrants: Communities, Borders, Memories, Conflicts

University of Catania, Italy

17-19 March 2016

The 2016 SeSaMO conference on 17-19 March, 2016, puts the spotlight on migration meant as a general phenomenon that has affected Muslim-majority societies across history and can be approached from different disciplinary perspectives. Scholars are invited to present a panel. Interdisciplinary proposals are welcome as well as proposals focusing on distinct areas of interest in the field of Middle Eastern studies. With the aim of encouraging scientific interaction with the international scholarly community, the conference will host keynote speakers who will lecture on topics of interest for the Society and who will have the opportunity to listen to paper presentations.

Call for papers – Open panels

The following panels are open to contributions from scholars willing to present a paper on the subject identified by the panel’s title and description. You can propose your paper abstract directly to the panel directors, asking them for the deadline for submitting your abstract. Your abstract should be 150 words.

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