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Martin Duberman Visiting Fellowship at New York Public Library

The Martin Duberman Visiting Scholar program at The New York Public Library promotes excellence in LGBTQ+ studies by supporting scholars engaged in original, archivally-based research. The fellowship is open to established and emerging scholars, both academics and independent scholars.

book publication: De-centering Queer Studies: Communist Sexuality in the flow during and after the Cold War (Manchester Up, 2021)

Dear Colleagues,

Allow me to draw your attention to my new book titled "De-centering Queer Studies: Communist Sexuality in the flow during and after the Cold War".

Here is the abstract:

 

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP ON THE MIDDLE EAST IN MEMORY OF TRISHA TSCHOPP

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP ON THE MIDDLE EAST IN MEMORY OF TRISHA TSCHOPP

 

We are organizing a virtual workshop in memory of our friend Trisha Tschopp who passed away last December. Trisha was a scholar of modern Palestine and Israel. Her research explored the relationship between science and Arab society in Palestine from the late Ottoman Empire until the end of the mandate period. You can read her obituary here: https://howstrishadoing.wordpress.com

Upcoming Lectures at The InfoAge Science and History Museums at The Camp Evans National Historic Landmark

Please be advised of the upcoming lectures at The InfoAge Science and History Museums at The Camp Evans National Historic Landmark:

 

January 22: Charlie Cebula, “Derivation of Some Common Geometric Relationships - Without the Use of Calculus”

Location: ISEC (2300 Marconi Road)

 

February 6: Melissa Ziobro, “Fort Monmouth and Camp Evans as ‘Black Brain Center’”

Location: Main Dining Room

 

February 19: Charlie Cebula, “The Telegraph: A New Innovation that Helped the North Win the Civil War”

Location: ISEC (2300 Marconi Road)

 

EVENT: History of Israel-Turkey relations from 1996 to 2018 - Talk with Dr. Jonathan Ghariani (February 15)

Please join the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at 12:00PM EST / 7:00PM ILT, for a virtual talk with Dr. Jonathan Ghariani, their current visiting scholar on The history of Israel-Turkey relations from 1996 to 2018.

EVENT: Last Train to Auschwitz - Virtual book talk with Sarah Federman (February 8)

Please join the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at 12:00PM EST, for a virtual book talk with Sarah Federman on her new book, Last Train to Auschwitz: The French National Railways and the Journey to Accountability.

REGISTER NOW

EVENT: Essentials of the Land of Israel: A Geographical History - Virtual book talk with Brandon Marlon (February 1)

Please join the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 12:00PM EST / 7:00PM ILT for a virtual book talk with Brandon Marlon on his new book, Essentials of the Land of Israel: A Geographical History. 

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CFP: Miracles and Paradoxography in Biblical Reception of Late Antiquity (EABS hybrid/Toulouse, July 4-7)

The new research unit "Miracles and Paradoxography in Biblical Reception of Late Antiquity“ invites proposals for the upcoming hybrid annual meeting of the EABS in Toulouse, France, July 4-7, 2022.

This year’s call is concerned with Collecting and Organizing Miracles:

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