HiOA har blitt OsloMet – storbyuniversitetet. Les mer om hva det har å si for deg.

meny
søk
English

Panels

Based on our previous call for panels, the following list of panels has been accepted

More information on the panels will be published after the Easter Holidays.

Approved panel proposals for the NOLAN conference 2018:

1. Conflicto, transición y profundización democrática. Vectores en confluencia y disputa en la Colombia de los Pos-Acuerdos

2. Environmental conflicts and socio-ecological transformations: identities, values and practices in contemporary Latin America

3. Democracia en jaque: medios de comunicación y movimientos sociales en America Latina

4. Violencia de Estado, impunidad y corrupción en América Latina

5. Understanding entrepreneural dynamics in post-extractive trasition economies

6. Presencia y alcance de China en foros bilaterales, multilaterales e instituciones financieras en América Latina: Retos para la arquitectura institucional regional

7. Lecturas ecocríticas de la cultura latinoamericana

8. Current discussions on citizenship, education, identity and belonging

9. Beyond paper rights, the turn of institutions to incorporate indigenous local knowledge

10. Ethnography and Conflict in Latin America

11. Política y Cultura Indígena, Caso de México

12. The social and political impacts of Evangelical churches in Latin America before and now, session 1

13. The social and political impacts of the Catholic Church in Latin America before and now, session 2

14. Surfing the Brown Tide? Actors, Means and Objectives of Reaction in Brazil and Latin America

15. Indigenous Environmental Governance: The Threats, Contradictions and Possibilities of Changing Circumstances

16. RUIICAY: El ejercicio efectivo de derechos, la promoción de autonomía y buen vivir de los puebvlos indígenas, afrodescendientes y otros grupos étnicos vulnerables en América Latina

17. Conflicto, transición y profundización democrática. Vectores en confluencia y disputa en la Colombia de los Pos-Acuerdos

18. Latin American ownership regimes in the Antropocene

19. International actors and perspectives on the crisis in Venezuela

20. Forest policy and political economic changes in Latin America

Panel structure

  • A panel should comprise a minimum of three and a maximum of five presentations.
  • A panel should comprise presenters, chair and convener. The chair and the convener might be the same person. In addition, the panels are encouraged to include a discussant.
  • A participant can only make one panel presentation at the conference. In addition, (s)he might hold the role as chair/convener/discussant in one additional panel.
  • The panels may be organized in English, Spanish or Portuguese. The panel should be held in one language only.
Publisert: Oppdatert: