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|Announcement Type||Title||Subject Fields||Deadline Date|
|Grant||Six 4-years Fellowships for Ph.D. Candidates in Global History and Governance||Contemporary History, Early Modern History and Period Studies, World History / Studies, Law and Legal History||
July 6, 2019 to September 2, 2019
|Prize||2020 Jacques Cartier MA Award||Atlantic History / Studies, Canadian History / Studies, Maritime History / Studies, Native American History / Studies||March 31, 2020|
|Grant||PhD position for a project on Egyptian artists living abroad at Ghent University||Anthropology, Arabic History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Middle East History / Studies, Sociology||August 14, 2019|
|Prize||Prize Call: Vulcan Early-Career Prize||Military History, History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Economic History / Studies||December 31, 2019|
|Grant||Dissertation Grant||Military History, Diplomacy and International Relations, World History / Studies||April 3, 2020|
Generative Anthropology, Religions, and Sciences
"Visualizing the French Empire"
(2020 American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference)
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.