H-AMCA is a network devoted to the study of modern and contemporary art from the Arab world, Iran, and Turkey. We aim to create a network of interested scholars and organizations to enable historians and other scholars to easily communicate current research and teaching interests, and to promote scholarly cooperation between both persons and organizations.

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Deadline extended: Call for Host NWFC 2018

 

***DEADLINE EXTENDED TO THE 1ST OF SEPTEMBER 2017***

 

The fifth NWFashionConference (NWFC) is scheduled for the autumn of 2018. The NWFC Steering Committee is looking for a partner to host this next edition.

The NWFC was established to end the stubbornly persistent euro- and ethnocentric underpinnings of dominant fashion discourse and to construct alternative narratives. The NWFC stimulates critical reflection on fashion developments and histories.

CFP: The Division of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Southern California

The Division of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Southern California

Annual Graduate Conference - First Forum - 'Contagion' - This conference seeks to reconsider the term's association with disease and illness by foregrounding its etymological potential as a form of contact. The conference will take place on October 20th and 21st and the keynote speaker will be Dr. Bliss Cua Lim, Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at UC-Irvine.

ANN: CAA-Getty International Program

CAA-Getty International Program

The CAA-Getty International Program, generously supported by the Getty Foundation, provides funding to between fifteen and twenty art historians, museum curators, and artists who teach art history to attend CAA’s Annual Conferences. The goal of the project is to increase international participation in CAA, to diversify the association’s membership, and to foster collaborations between North American art historians, artists, and curators and their international colleagues.

2018 SQCC Research Fellowship to Oman

The Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center (SQCC) supports and encourages advanced research on Oman across a variety of academic disciplines through the SQCC Research Fellowship Program. Launched in 2010, this program funds American scholars to conduct research in the Sultanate of Oman. This program is offered annually and is open to Ph.D. candidates and university academics.

 

Funding: Up to 20,000 OMR (51,000 USD) for one year of research.

 

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