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Grand Strategy course: case studies and queries

I'll be co-teaching a graduate level course on Grand Strategy this fall, and will be responsible for teaching the first block of historical case studies.  The overall course aims to nurture strategic thinking above the operational level, with IR experts covering theories about how states and people interact, a political scientist covering deterrence, nuclear themes, containment, and US grand strategies since 1945, and regional specialists covering contemporary Great Power challenges, in particular that posed by China.  My intent during the first historical block is to introduce students to

AEJMC History Covert Award Call for Submissions

Covert Award Call for Submissions

AEJMC’S History Division announces the 37th annual competition for the Covert Award in Mass Communication History for entries published in 2020.

The Covert Award recognizes the author of the best mass communication history article or essay published in the previous year. Book chapters in edited collections published in the previous year are also eligible. The AEJMC History Division has presented the award annually since 1985. https://aejmc.us/history/about/covert-award/ 

Information Session - How Do Publishers 'Really' Decide Whether to Publish Your Book Manuscript?

Dear H-Islamart Readers,

I want to invite you to join us for the first interview of our ‘Publication Success Interview Series’, where we will discuss how publishers really decide whether to publish your manuscript.

Lecture - The Rural Renaissance of Mamluk Jordan: Tall Hisban in Context, Bethany Walker, Jan. 28

The Rural Renaissance of Mamluk Jordan: Tall Hisban in Context, by Bethany J. Walker (University of Bonn)

JANUARY 28TH (3h-4h PM CET, 4h-5h PM in Amman & Beirut)

https://www.ifporient.org/archaeology-mena/

Join the first conference of Ifpo's webinar "ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA FROM LATE ANTIQUITY TO THE OTTOMAN PERIOD. FIRST SERIES: LEBANON AND JORDAN"

Webinar Announcements - Scott Redford (3 Feb); Sussan Babaie (17 Feb)

As part of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies' Wednesday Seminar Series for Hilary Term 2021, we're delighted to be joined by Professor Scott Redford (Nasser D. Khalili Professor of Islamic Art & Archaeology, SOAS) and Professor Sussan Babaie (Professor in the Arts of Iran and Islam, The Courtauld Institute of Art):

Wednesday, 3 February 2021 at 5pm GMT: Scott Redford, Writing as Talisman in Medieval Islamic Art

Book annoucement - A new historical source about Libya and Tunisia during the Italo-Ottoman war (1911-1912)

Pierre Schill, Réveiller l’archive d’une guerre coloniale. Photographies et écrits de Gaston Chérau, correspondant de guerre lors du conflit italo-turc pour la Libye (1911-1912), Créaphis, 2018, 480 pages and 230 photographs.

H-Net reviews posted to the H-Net Commons 18 Jan 2021 - 25 Jan 2021

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The following Asia-related reviews were posted to the H-Net Commons between
18 Jan 2021 and 25 Jan 2021.

Reviewed for H-Socialisms by Michael Laminack
   Bray, Karen; Moore, Stephen D., eds..  _Religion, Emotion,

H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report for H-Asia: 18 January - 25 January

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The following Asia-related jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from 18 January 2021 to 25 January 2021. These job postings are included here based on the categories selected by the list editors for H-Asia.

H-Net Job Guide from 18 January 2021 to 25 January 2021

The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from 18 January 2021 to 25 January 2021.  These job postings are included here based on the categories selected by the list editors for H-California.  See the H-Net Job Guide website at http://www.h-net.org/jobs/ for more information.  To contact the Job Guide, write to jobguide@mail.h-net.org, or call +1-517-432-5134 between 9 am and 5 pm US Eastern time.



AMERICAN HISTORY / STUDIES

RSVP for Virtual Grad Student Panel on Performance, Bodies, and Beauty in Colonial Bombay and Present-Day Nigeria

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The Harvard Graduate Student Conference on International and Global History (Con-IH) is organized by Harvard graduate students across departments who are immersed in the field of international history.

Soh Jaipil Lecture Series, State of Grace: The North Korean-Built Angkor Panorama Museum in Light of DPRK-Cambodian Cultural Relations

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Relatively little known, and yet readily visible in the form of its conspicuous façade situated along Siem Reap’s present-day tourist trail, the Angkor Panorama Museum stands as a curious component of Angkor Archeological Park.

Book Launch & Panel Discussion: Rights Claiming in South Korea

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In this webinar, co-editors Celeste Arrington (George Washington University) and Patricia Goedde (Sungkyunkwan University) will introduce their new book Rights Claiming in South Korea (Cambridge University Press) with fellow chapter contributor

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