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CFP: Memory Maps: Early postwar efforts to identify, locate, document and memorialize former sites of Jewish life and death (1944-1955)

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Call for Papers
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January 3, 2024 to January 4, 2024<

Imperfect Justice in the Imperfect Archive: Uncovering Extrajudicial Black Resistance in Richmond’s Civil War Court Records

The Journal of the Civil War Era kicked off Black History Month by publishing "Imperfect Justice in the Imperfect Archive: Uncovering Extrajudicial Black Resistance in Richmond’s Civil War Court Records.” 

CFP: Animals, Streets, and Health Hybrid Workshop, University of Liverpool, 15 June 2023

Streets are lively more-than-human spaces. Dogs, cats, monkeys, rats, cows, and pigeons are amongst those animals who share streets with humans. In different places and at different times, animals are variously welcomed, tolerated, or prohibited from streets.

QUERY: Hospital Israelita in Lisbon

Dear scholars, I am preparing a paper about the Hospital Israelita in Lisbon during the time of the arrival of thousands of Jewish refugees in Portugal in the 1940s.
Do you know of any publication about it (I found none) or archival material (the hospital folder in the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People is from 1952) or could you help me in another way?
Thank you very much in advance!

LECTURE> SOAS Centre of Buddhist Studies - Buddhist Forum (24 & 25 February 2023)

SOAS Centre of Buddhist Studies is delighted to announce that the next Buddhist Forum event, sponsored by Khyentse foundation, will be held on 24 and 25 February.

Our speaker will be Dr Christoph Emmrich from University of Toronto. His public lecture, titled “Further, the Blessed One Said. The Lalitavistara, Niṣṭhānanda Bajrācārya, and the Emergence of Modern Newar Buddhism” will be held on Friday 24 February 2023 in Brunei Gallery, room B104, at 17:30-19:00.

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