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Seeking participants for doctoral research on images as historical evidence

Dear Colleagues,

Have you used digitized archival photographs as historical evidence in your scholarly activities?

I am a doctoral candidate in the School of Information & Library Science at UNC Chapel Hill.  As part of my doctoral research, I am seeking to conduct interviews with individuals who have used digitized photographs in their scholarly activities (teaching, publications, presentations, or related research pursuits). 

Re: 18th Annual Brian Bertoti Innovative Perspectives in History Graduate Conference

The Journal Socrates is willing to associate with genuine Events, Workshops, Seminars, Conferences & Programme and act as their publication/media partner.The event must focus on a specific area of research that has broad appeal and falls within the focus and scopes of the journal. These events provide an excellent opportunity to review an addressed topic, examine previously unaddressed aspects, propose and develop new approaches, exchange perspectives and encourage new lines of research.

Re: CFP - 2d World History Theory and Practice: Gender, Technology, Culture NYC May 2015 *Deadline 1/31/15*

The Journal Socrates is willing to associate with genuine Events, Workshops, Seminars, Conferences & Programme and act as their publication/media partner.The event must focus on a specific area of research that has broad appeal and falls within the focus and scopes of the journal. These events provide an excellent opportunity to review an addressed topic, examine previously unaddressed aspects, propose and develop new approaches, exchange perspectives and encourage new lines of research.

Re: Call for Papers: Australian Women's History Network Symposium: Good and Mad Women

The Journal Socrates is willing to associate with genuine Events, Workshops, Seminars, Conferences & Programme and act as their publication/media partner.The event must focus on a specific area of research that has broad appeal and falls within the focus and scopes of the journal. These events provide an excellent opportunity to review an addressed topic, examine previously unaddressed aspects, propose and develop new approaches, exchange perspectives and encourage new lines of research.

CFP - *DEADLINE EXTENDED 2/14* 2d World History Theory and Practice: Gender, Technology, Culture NYC May 2015

St. John's University's History department convenes its second World History Theory and Practice conference in order to advance theories and to consider practices of world history. The conference will offer panels on both research and teaching with the aim of fostering research-driven conversations on the teaching of world history. Proposals can address any one or more of the conference themes: gender, technology, culture, in world history. See previous post of January 27, or visit conference website for full CFP.

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