[AIW] CFP: Global Politics in the Era of Climate Change, Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ/USA, April 3, 2020

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Call for Papers

Annual Global Affairs Conference

Global Politics in the Era of Climate Change

Division of Global Affairs, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University,
Newark, NJ/USA

April 3, 2020



The Rutgers University Division of Global Affairs (DGA), and its student
organization, Student Association of Global Affairs (SAGA), will host the
2020 Global Affairs Conference on April 3, 2020 at Rutgers University -
Newark. With its annual conference, SAGA seeks to provide a space of
critical inquiry for graduate students and early career faculty. This year's
conference theme, "Global Politics in the Era of Climate Change," aims to
examine various aspects of global climate politics including the role of
international agreements, civil society movements, indigenous communities,
and state actors in addressing what can be argued is the existential
challenge of our time.


We are currently inviting abstracts for papers on the following and related
topics in all aspects of global affairs:

*	Climate change and insecurity (e.g., food, water, land, health
policy, etc.)
*	Social movements / activism
*	Indigenous communities and climate change adaptation / resilience
*	Intergovernmental organizations and climate politics
*	Sustainable energy (e.g. carbon markets, solar, wind, etc.)
*	Resource depletion and access
*	Global environmental conflicts / climate change and conflict


THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED. The new deadline for abstracts is
Friday, February 7, 2020. Please submit an anonymous abstract of up to 400
words (in PDF or Word document form) to saga.rutgers at gmail.com
<mailto:saga.rutgers at gmail.com> . Please write your name and contact details
in the email body and write "Paper Submission DGA Conference 2020" in the
subject line. 


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