We are particularly interested in papers that address any of the following aspects of ‘ongoing’ or staggered mobility trajectories:
1) their non-sequential, contingent, and multi-directional character: reflecting the changing positions, identities, and aims of mobile subjects over time;
2) their complex social dimension: the impact and dependence of mobility trajectories on old and new networks and communities surrounding the individual(s) in movement;
3) their hierarchical and uneven nature: the differentiated and intersectional experiences of mobility based on gender, ethnicity, class or religious affiliation.
Please submit 300-word proposals, accompanied by a 1-page CV to email@example.com by Friday 11 December 2020.
For more details visit: https://sites.manchester.ac.uk/trajectories-of-reform/2020/11/13/cfp-ongoing-mobilities-in-the-early-modern-world/
En español: https://sites.manchester.ac.uk/trajectories-of-reform/2020/11/13/convocatoria-movilidades-en-curso-en-el-mundo-moderno/