Announcing a one-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Environmental Humanities at the University of Texas at Arlington (U.S.) sponsored by The Seed Box, hosted by Linköping University (Sweden) and, funded by the Swedish grant agencies Mistra and Formas. The fellowship will be part of the The SeedBox’s Research Cluster, “Deep Time, Deep Earth, Deep Waters,” https://theseedbox.se/research-clusters/deep-time-deep-earth-deep-waters/
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45th Annual Conference – Call for Submissions
New Orleans, Louisiana
20-24 March 2019
CALL FOR PAPERS -- The Northeast Popular/American Culture Association (NEPCA) is seeking paper proposals on the topic of sports for its fall conference to be held at Worcester State University, Worcester, MA., Friday-Saturday Oct. 19-20. Please submit your paper proposal online to Dennis Gildea, sport area chair, at email@example.com.
While art history is understood typically as a discipline in which individuals produce publications that are aimed primarily at other scholars, increasing numbers of art historians are seeking to broaden our understanding of art historical praxis through socially engaged art history. Typically produced within and between social groups over an extended period of time, socially engaged art history seeks to engender a productive dialogue regarding social and/or political issues and to foster resilient and sustainable communities.