Trajectories of inquiry may include contestations, practices, and materiality, as well as theoretical, critical, empirical, performative, and passive explorations of resistance and its representations. Particularly, we invite papers that engage interdisciplinarity. Likewise, we welcome papers emphasizing practical (real world) issues, as well as nontraditional, marginalized, and non-heteronormative perspectives relating to the conference theme.

Possible paper topics may include: biopolitics and the body; dis/ability; ecological boundaries; financial governance; gender; geopolitics; identity; international relations; language, justice, and translation; local, regional, and global architectures and practices; marginalized knowledges; modernity; nonconformism; non-violent versus violent activism; patriotism and disobedience; postcolonialism; race; religious dissent; sexuality; and underground or covert resistance.