The James A. Barnes Club, Temple University's graduate student history organization, is pleased to announce the 27th Annual Barnes Club Graduate Student History Conference. The event will feature a keynote address from the chair of the history department at Macalester College, Dr. Walter Greason, author of International Segregation and Cities Imagined: The African Diaspora in Media and History.
Dear fellow SHERA members,
I wanted to briefly report back from last week's ASEEES roundtable on "Decolonizing the Russian and Soviet Art History Survey." Since the discussion was cut off at the end, I wanted to point you to some of the resources that were shared and invite those who wish to circulate their materials or suggest further initiatives to please feel free to do so here!
The research project Legal Pluralism in the Portuguese Empire (18th-20th centuries) (LEGALPL) studies the encounter between Portuguese and Indigenous legal orders in the territories that Portugal colonized during the selected period.
For an article on contraband trade across the early Soviet borders, I am looking for literature that would help me place this phenomenon in a broader historical/historiographical context.
I will be very grateful for any pointers to books or articles that address the question: "what happens to an imperial economy after empire?"
Thanks so much, in advance.
Andrey Shlyakhter | email@example.com
Dina Abramowicz Emerging Scholar Fellow
Presentation from the ASEEES Virtual Conference Roundtable "Decolonizing the Russian and Soviet Survey," Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.
The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience and the John Carter Brown Library invite applications for the Hodson Trust - John Carter Brown Fellowship, a unique research and writing fellowship. The Hodson Trust - John Carter Brown Fellowship supports work by academics, independent scholars and writers working on significant projects relating to the literature, history, culture, or art of the Americas before 1830. Candidates with a U.S.