For those who work with tourism, specifically in danger zones around volcanoes (e.g., New Zealand, Hawaii, Iceland, Guatemala, Chile, and many more. If you work in the tourism industry in volcanic environments, please submit a talk or ruminations about your experiences. Presentations may be in Spanish or English. And pass this message on to anyone who might be interested.
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Workshop Urban Blue Humanities
Colleagues are warmly invited to virtually participate in the workshop "Exploring an Urban Blue Humanities". The workshop is hosted at the Centre for Environmental Humanities, University of Bristol, and is supported by a British Academy Visiting Fellowship held by Dr Alessandro Antonello.
The program below includes Zoom links. No registration required.
Abstract Deadline: December 15, 2023
Chapter Drafts Deadline: June 15, 2024
Essays sought for an edited collection focused on Universal Pictures’ The Mummy franchise.
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and the Huntington Library offer three Collaborative Short-Term Fellowships for Ph.D. dissertation research in their complementary holdings. Each fellow receives $6,000 to cover travel expenses: $2,500 from FAU and $3,500 from the Huntington.
The two months of research time is split between FAU's Weiner Spirit of America Collection (Boca Raton, FL) and the Huntington Library (San Marino, CA). The overlap in holdings is strongest in
Call for Papers
The Business of Music Symposium 2024
Charles H. Templeton, Sr. Ragtime & Jazz Festival
Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS
Wednesday and Thursday, February 21-22, 2024
Mississippi State University Libraries is pleased to announce the second annual Business of Music Symposium to be held as part of the 18th Annual Charles H. Templeton, Sr. Ragtime & Jazz Festival. The Symposium will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, February 21-22, and the Ragtime Festival will follow on February 22-24, 2024.
Vernon Press cordially invites scholars to submit book chapter proposals for an upcoming scholarly volume on the representations of LGBTQ+ identities in the media, edited by Dr. Tamanna M. Shah and Sonali Jha.
A Collaboration Between the Climate & Colonialism Project at the Paul Mellon Centre and Autograph
Deadline: 5 October 2023, 12noon BST
The Endangered Archives Programme is currently accepting funding applications, and welcomes applications for projects focused on collections in Asia. This week are holding two webinars to help potential applicants on Wednesday 27 September. These one-hour webinars will give a brief overview of the application process, followed by a question and answer session. All are welcome to register for free for one of the two webinars using the following links:
Join us on 23 October 2023 for the third lecture of our series on 'Science, Knowledge, and the Legacy of Empire' in cooperation with the Fritz Thyssen Foundation given by Frederick Cooper, Professor Emeritus of History at New York University, at the German Historical Institute London. He will talk about 'Understanding Power Relations in a Colonial Context: Top-Down, Bottom-Up, In-Between'. Please sign up via our website: https://www.ghil.ac.uk/events/lectures/thyssen-lectures.