Workshop on Biographical Studies for Young Scholars. The days when historical biographies had been reserved for life pictures of “great men” and – to a lesser degree – “great women” have long passed. Since then, many outstanding studies have demonstrated the enormous potential of either individual or group biographies, or biographical approach for historical research.
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RSA: Philadelphia 2020: Digital Humanities panels
As the Discipline Representative for Digital Humanities at the Renaissance Society I invite papers for the next annual meeting in Philadelphia (April 2-4, 2020).
CALL FOR PAPERS
EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR URBAN HISTORY CONFERENCE
ANTWERP, SEPTEMBER 2-5, 2020
Main Session: “Jewish Migrations and their Effect on Modern Urban Cultures”
Organizers: Maja Hultman (University of Southampton) and Susanne Korbel (University of Graz)
Organised by the UCD Humanities Institute, University College Dublin
in collaboration with the Irish Centre for Transnational Studies (ICTS), Mary Immaculate College/University of Limerick
supported by the Irish Research Council
29 April – 1 May 2020
UCD Humanities Institute, Dublin, Ireland
6 – 8 April 2020
Venue: Bulgaria, Sofia, 21 Krakra Str., Institute of Art Studies
The 2020 edition of the traditional annual conference Art Readings, New Art module, deals with the interpretations of the theme journeys in the contemporary arts, represented through different artistic practices, genres and art-works.