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TOC Iranian Studies vol 56, issue 1 (2023): Parsis and Iran special issue

Iranian Studies has published a special issue focusing on relations between Parsis and Iran since the mid-nineteenth century. The articles in this special issue cover five key themes in Parsi relations with Iran: commerce and trade, philanthropy, cultural and textual exchange, travel, and minority identity.


The Chiu Program for Taiwan Studies Research Fellowship 2023-24

The Chiu program for Taiwan studies at Oregon State University invites applications for a research fellowship for the academic year 2023-24. Based on the support from the Chun and Jane Chiu Foundation, the fellowship program is set up to sponsor  the following categories of research: 1.

ANN: Virtual Symposium: A Nazi Killing Center through a Perpetrator's Lens: The Sobibor Perpetrator Collection, March 1

Virtual Symposium: A Nazi Killing Center through a Perpetrator’s Lens: The Sobibor Perpetrator Collection 

March 1, 2023 


Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Bildungswerk Stanisław Hantz

Ludwigsburg Research Center, University of Stuttgart


Publish Your Innovative German Scholarship in English!

Eager to make 2023 the year you see your innovative research published in English with a leading publisher?

Dr. Diethard Sawicki, Senior Acquisitions Editor at Brill Germany and Dr. Martina Kayser, Team Leader of Academic Publishing at Brill Germany, join Avi Staiman, CEO of Academic Language Experts, for an in-depth conversation on how German scholars can strategically and successfully navigate the journey to English publication.

During this conversation, you will gain expert advice on:

Library Impact Research Report: A Toolkit for Demonstrating and Measuring Impact of Primary Sources in Teaching and Learning

"As part of ARL’s Research Library Impact Framework initiative, a team from the University of Pittsburgh Library System addressed how special collections support teaching, learning, and research. This project developed a toolkit that allows measurement of impact of engagement with primary sources."

Looking for Panelist for AHA 2024 in San Francisco - Oral History of care

I am trying to put together a last minute (due February 15th) proposal for the AHA in January 2024 in San Francisco. My co-presenter and I both work in the Oral History of care/caretakers. I work on the lived experiences of New York Nurse Practitioners in the early days of the profession (1970s-1990s), while my co-presenter works on the Houseboat Community in Sausalito, California (1960s-1970s). We are looking for a third presenter who would be focused on either healthcare or other forms of care/caring.

Morag Martin


History Department

SUNY Brockport

ANN: Artifacts and Guerrilla Warfare in 20th Century Latin America - Max Planck Institute for the History of Science's Colloquium

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February 14, 2023

Event: EBHA Conference, Oslo, Norway (24-26 August - New Dates)

The 26th annual EBHA conference, Oslo, Norway, August 24-26, 2023 (New dates)

The European Business History Association's next conference will be in Oslo. The topic is "The Relevance of Business History".

Please, notice the deadline for paper and session proposals: 1 March. For further information, see

Grant: Historical Research on the Practices and Institutions of Social and Natural Science (Deadline 16 March)

Call for Letters of Inquiry

Historical Research on the Practices and Institutions of Social and Natural Science

Submission Deadline: Thursday, March 16, 2023

Grants of $75,000 - $250,000 to be awarded for original research in the history of science, technology, economics, and social science, focusing on areas of broad programmatic interest to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation




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