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We launched our new ‘carnival cafe’ blog by editor Swami Narasimhananda. Visit our new blog and share your thoughts https://networks.h-net.org/node/167585/blog/carnival-cafe/4219871/stand-actor-laureate-and-players
‘Carnival cafe’ is an umbrella for all things festive, celebratory and leisure offering analysis and discussion on books, journal articles, movies etc. The blog post focuses on the celebratory/festive environment in cricket!
"Creative Commons has officially launched CC Search, a search engine that indexes over 300 million images from 19 image collections, "including cultural works from museums (the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art), graphic designs and art works (Behance, DeviantArt), photos from Flickr, and an initial set of CC0 3D designs from Thingiverse." All of the i
Socialist networks and the remaking of European international policy after 1945:
power, solidarity and normative regimes in transnational perspective
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2020 African Critical Inquiry Workshop: Rethinking Resilience
The Martin Duberman Visiting Scholar program at The New York Public Library fosters excellence in LGBT studies by providing funds for scholars to do research in the Library’s preeminent LGBT historical collections. The fellowship is open to both academic faculty and independent scholars who have made a significant contribution to the field. Applicants must be either U.S. citizens or permanent residents, with the right to work in the United States. The recipient of the award will receive $25,000 to fund their research at the Library.
The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from 17 June 2019 to 24 June 2019. These job postings are included here based on the categories selected by the list editors for H-SHGAPE.
Avant Garde Book Prize – Call for Submissions
The Haitian Studies Association announces its biennial Avant Garde Book Prize. The 2019 Illumination Prize will be awarded to the best single-authored book in Haitian Studies in the social sciences, with broad application beyond the academy, published between September 2017 and August 2019. Anthologies and edited volumes do not qualify. The HSA invites nominations from its membership, and submissions by authors and publishers by 20 July 2019.
Congratulations to Will Bagley, this year's recipient of the Owen Wister Award from the Western Writers of America. Among other awards, Bagley won the WHA's Caughey Western HIstory Award in 2003 for Blood of the Prophets: Brigham Young and the Mountain Meadows Massacre (Norman: University of Oklahoma, 2002). For the WWA award, check out this link:
Brown University, Departments of History and of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies
Providence, Rhode Island
Vasco da Gama Chair in the History of Portugal and the Portuguese Empire (15th to 18th century)
H-Net Job Guide listing: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=58669
Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, 4–9 August, 2020.
Call for papers