Taking worldwide perspectives, this unique and prestigious conference brings together international specialists including Jay Winter, Nicolas Offenstadt, Carole Fink, Stefan Berger, Bruce Scates, Pieter Lagrou, Piet Chielens and many others. They will discuss and reflect upon the consequences of the new geopolitical order that came into being after the First World War, and how that war and its legacy have been remembered up to the present day.
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Call for Papers
Left History is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal, published bi-annually out of York University. We feature articles and reviews from both established and early-career scholars.
The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory and the University of Denver in conjunction with its partner faculty researchers abroad is sponsoring a two-day symposium prior to the American Academy of Religion meeting on the topic “Re-Envisioning Religious Studies As A Global Discipline” The purpose of the symposium is to re-envision the field of Religious Studies as an emergent, operative, genuinely global discipline that is neither predominantly “Americocentric” nor beholden largely to, or segmented by, the specialties, topical interests, and methodologies that have pre
Call for Applications: Mellon-Schlesinger Summer Research Grants
An alert to researchers and teachers of student protest of the 1960s. The Mustard Project has just launched an open access archive of digitised documents from the May 1968 protests at the University of Essex.