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Latest Announcements

CFP "Visualizing the French Empire in the 18th Century" (51st ASECS Annual Meeting, Saint Louis, Missouri)

Call for Papers
March 19, 2020 to March 21, 2020
Missouri, United States
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Canadian History / Studies, Colonial America, French History / Studies, Atlantic History / Studies

Panel CFP
"Visualizing the French Empire"
(2020 American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference)

CFP: Institutional Inequality? Access to Colonial Institutions in Early Modern Port Cities at EUHC in Antwerp (2020)

Call for Papers
September 2, 2020 to September 5, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Urban History / Studies, Social History / Studies, Maritime History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies

This session focuses on the effects of social and cultural inequality on institutional inequality in early modern global port cities. What role did wealth, religion, ethnicity or status play in access to colonial institutions? A trans-imperial approach will address the specificity of various local settings with which European colonizers had to cope in embedding their institutions in local settingsSession content: Early modern port cities across the globe had to deal with permanent colonization from the outside.