Pennsylvania Historical Association - Call for Papers 2022
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Dwelling on the everyday: architecture, ghosts, ellipses:
An international interdisciplinary symposium attending to the relationships between everyday architecture where people lived and what is left behind.
Call for Papers
NATIONAL SEMINAR (Online Mode) on
India’s Foreign Policy @ 75: Issues and Challenges
Department of Political Science
Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi, New Delhi 12-13 March 2022
Papers are invited from scholars, researchers, and academicians. Abstract of no more than 500 words shall be submitted to email@example.com
SELECTED PAPERS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN AN EDITED VOLUME WITH ISBN FROM A REPUTED PUBLISHING HOUSE.
One day colloquium: Centre for the History of Childhood with the National Trust Partnership, Oxford University
This colloquium will take place in Oxford and online on Friday 1st July 2022.
We welcome papers that consider the theme of ‘Children and Heritage’ from a wide variety of perspectives. Areas that papers might explore include: