The Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations is delighted to invite applications from early to mid career academics with a specialism in history or the social sciences.
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The graduate students of the Department of History at Howard University are pleased to announce a symposium to honor the anniversary of Reconstruction on Friday, October 28, 2016. "Reconstruction Revisited: African Americans at the Dawn of Freedom" will explore the complexities of the African American experience during this era as well as the legacies of Reconstruction.
Panels to include: Law & Justice; Roles of Black Women; Economic Independence; Institution Building; and Interpretation of Memory.
What will the future city be like in the Asian context? Globalization has brought profound changes and uncertainties to Asian cities, and has led to the transformation of communities in terms of their physical, social, and cultural space. While some groups are beneficiaries of change, often specific communities are marginalized, due to such factors as ethnicity, gender, age, and family and religious status.
From Thursday 24 May to Saturday 26 May 2018, the three-day conference of the Historians of Netherlandish art will take place at Het Pand (http://www.ugent.be/het-pand/nl) in Ghent (BE). Het Pand is the former Dominican monastery, located in the historic city center.
13th Annual Conference
The International Association for the Study of Environment, Space and Place (IASESP)
National University April 28-30, 2017
Conference Theme: “Nightmare Spaces/Uncanny Places”
HISTORY, MEMORY, AND JUSTICE
FLORIDA GULF COAST UNIVERSITY
March 24th-25th, 2017
Keynote: Dr. Alice MacLachlan, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Call for Papers
Southwest Popular / American Culture Association (SWPACA)
38th Annual Conference, February 15-18, 2017
Hyatt Regency Hotel & Conference Center
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Proposal submission deadline: November 1, 2016
The Institute for Research at Women at Rutgers University invites submissions for an edited volume on Poverty and Sexuality, which we anticipate publishing at a university press.