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Conceptualising Archipelagic Memory

Type: 
Seminar
Date: 
February 1, 2022
Subject Fields: 
Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies, Maritime History / Studies, Slavery, World History / Studies

The inter-disciplinary Archipelagic Memory collaborative project between the University of Mauritius, King’s College London and the University of the Witwatersrand invite you to their curtain-raiser event:

Conceptualising Archipelagic Memory:

Call for contributions to the journal Eastern European Holocaust Studies: ‘Ukraine and the Ukrainians in Holocaust Literature’

Type: 
Call for Publications
Date: 
January 15, 2022 to February 7, 2022
Location: 
Ukraine
Subject Fields: 
Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies, Jewish History / Studies, Literature

On the eve of the German invasion of the Soviet Union Ukraine was home to the largest Jewish population in Europe. While some Jews managed to evacuate to the interior of the Soviet Union, it is estimated that more than a million were killed.

Deadline Extension (February 7, 2022) — ‘Decolonizing’ Museums beyond the ‘Bifurcation of Nature’: Collections of non-European Origin, Colonial Extractivism, and Environmental Ruination

Type: 
Call for Publications
Date: 
February 7, 2022
Subject Fields: 
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Indigenous Studies, Environmental History / Studies, Archaeology, Anthropology

In recent years, efforts to decolonize western museums and institutions have focused on removing overtly racist ethnographic displays, repatriating or reburying human remains, and lobbying for the restitution of looted or disputed artifacts. Meanwhile, the same museums and institutions have rarely addressed the coloniality of their botanical, geological, zoological, and other ‘scientific’ collections of non-European origin (CNEO).

Liberalism and Islam in contemporary global literature (BRAIS Conference, University of Edinburgh, June 2022)

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
January 15, 2022 to January 28, 2022
Subject Fields: 
Religious Studies and Theology, Race / Ethnic Studies, Literature, Islamic History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies

Post-9/11 interdisciplinary scholarship has considered questions of Islamophobia, Islam’s incompatibility with the democracy, Muslims as either ‘victims’ or ‘perpetrators’, or Muslims responding or adapting to the Muslim demonization in and outside the Muslim world. But there is little to no scholarship on how Islam in everyday life shapes or is shaped by western liberalism in post-9/11 global fiction.

WCGS Book Prize 2021 - Call for Nominations

Type: 
Prize
Date: 
March 31, 2022
Subject Fields: 
German History / Studies, Humanities, Languages, Literature, Modern European History / Studies

To recognize outstanding research by emerging scholars, the Waterloo Centre for German Studies has instituted an annual book prize. Any scholarly monograph by a first-time author that contributes to our understanding of any aspect of the German-speaking world and was published in English anywhere (or in French by a Canadian-based publisher) in 2021 is eligible. The winner will receive CAD $3,000 and an invitation to give a presentation on their work. 

 

To be eligible, nominations much meet the following criteria: