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Conference: The Politics of Protection: The Royal Navy and the Atlantic World, 1756-1815

From: Dr Christer Petley <C.Petley@soton.ac.uk>

The Politics of Protection: The Royal Navy and the Atlantic World, 1756-1815

Location: National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth: 19 June 2014

This one-day conference, organised in conjunction with the University of Southampton, will assess the importance of the Royal Navy in the 18th-century Atlantic Ocean. Speakers will explore the varied roles of the Navy across the British Atlantic.

Conference registration: £35/£15

Conference: The Politics of Protection: The Royal Navy and the Atlantic World, 1756-1815 National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth: 19 June 2014 This one-day conference, organised in conjunction with

From: Dr Christer Petley <C.Petley@soton.ac.uk>

The Politics of Protection: The Royal Navy and the Atlantic World, 1756-1815

Location: National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth: 19 June 2014

This one-day conference, organised in conjunction with the University of Southampton, will assess the importance of the Royal Navy in the 18th-century Atlantic Ocean. Speakers will explore the varied roles of the Navy across the British Atlantic.

Conference registration: £35/£15

CFP: 'Currencies of Commerce in the Greater Indian Ocean World'

From: Steven Serels  <steven.serels@mail.mcgill.ca>

'Currencies of Commerce in the Greater Indian Ocean World'

Host: Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC) Conference - 22 to 24 April 2015

Location: McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Organizer: Dr. Steven Serels (Harvard University)

Deadline for Submissions: 1 October 2014

Blog: Southeastern Europe Post

Southeastern Europe Post is a blog that aims to support research, teaching and reporting about the region by providing book reviews, opinions and links to archives, bibliographies and free online sources.  Its moderator and main contributor, Stefania Costache, received her PhD in Eastern European history from the University of Illinois.

Southeastern Europe Post welcomes comments, suggestions and guest contributors. 

1936 occupation of the NJ State House

Allison Kobus of the NJ Historical Commission would like to inform members of H-New-Jesey about a video on this subject.  Use the link below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdbhuB-TNj4&feature=share&list=PLU0OVRbhFK0oVQViXbjuceqP_RK...

 

[An episode of "It Happened Here: New Jersey" - a production of Kean University, in partnership with the New Jersey Historical Commission.]

 

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Marc Mappen

CFP: Learning How - Training Bodies, Producing Knowledge

Call for papers
Learning How: Training Bodies, Producing Knowledge
A Workshop, 05-06 February 2015

Research Group Histories of Planning, Dep. III, Artefacts, Action and Knowledge, Max-Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany
Nina Lerman and Stewart Allen, organizers

Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

“First we eat, then we do everything else.”  - MFK Fisher

Koç University’s department of Archaeology and History of Art is pleased to announce “Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods,” its second annual Graduate Student Symposium, May 3rd, 2014 at the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (RCAC) in Istanbul, Turkey.

Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

“First we eat, then we do everything else.”  - MFK Fisher

Dear Colleagues, 

Koç University’s department of Archaeology and History of Art is pleased to announce “Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods,” its second annual Graduate Student Symposium, May 3rd, 2014 the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (RCAC) in Istanbul. 

Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies, April issue on line

 

Dear List Members,

 

The April issue of the Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies is available on line now:

 

ARTICLES

The Transition in State Responses to Chinese Popular Religious Cults

by Hanshin KIM (Dankuk University)

 

Changing Representations of Youth: “Youth Films” in the People’s Republic of China

by Xuelin ZHOU (Shanghai University/University of Auckland)

 

The Postwar Experience of Repatriates: The Crack in Postwar Japan’s Reconstruction

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