Call for Papers: Graduate Student Conference "Situating Empire: The Great War and Its Aftermaths"
The primary purpose of H-Albion is to enable historians more easily to discuss research interests, teaching methods and the state of historiography. H-Albion is especially interested in methods of teaching history to graduate and undergraduate students in diverse settings.
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The following cfp may be of interest. Please note the deadline for submissions is Friday 16 February:
Leeds Library, 1768-2018: 250th Anniversary Conference
Books, Readers, and Reading: Celebrating 250 Years of the Leeds Library
I'm looking to put together a panel for NACBS in October. My paper will deal with coffee houses and coffee taverns in London in the late nineteenth century, and the relationship between such spaces and the temperance movement. I'm still fleshing out the details of my own paper, and am therefore flexible on the actual direction of the panel. My subject matter touches on the history of consumption, social control movements, and issues of class in social spaces, so there is great potential for putting together a great interdisciplinary panel on a variety of topics.
I'm seeking papers for a potential panel at the 2018 NACBS conference. At the moment, we have two papers that address issues of pilgrimage and religious identity: one paper looks at 17th c. Scottish travelers in the Levant and the ways in which they negotiated their religious identities through dress and through ideas of pilgrimage. The second looks at late 19th c.
Call for Panelists for the session ‘VISUALIZING OCCUPATION: ART, FILM, AND PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE POSTWAR PERIOD’ at the 2019 American Historical Association 133rd Annual Meeting (AHA 2019), Chicago, Illinois, 3-6 January 2019
Abby Lewis: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jennifer Gramer: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Pamela Potter (chair): University of Wisconsin-Madison