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FHHS Article Prize
Send the article (PDF format) by June 30, 2017 to email@example.com
The Forum for History of Human Science awards a biennial prize (a nonmonetary honor) for the best article published recently on some aspect of the history of the human sciences. The article prize is awarded in odd-numbered years. The winner of the prize is announced at the annual History of Science Society meeting.
This is a reminder that the call for nominations for the Computer History Museum Book Prize
THREE SHORT-TERM FELLOWSHIPS IN HONOR OF EVA SCHLER
A public lecture with Dr Sophia Rosenfeld (University of Pennsylvania)
Hijab, censorship, a chauvinistic sense of superiority over Arabs, an ancient culture, the monumental Persepolis, clerics, the Islamic Revolution. The grid is probably enough to bring Iran into public or even scholarly mind in the contemporary world. But does this picture do justice to this nation-state and its diversity of cultures? Besides a psychological desire and a quest for the exotic, discursive representations and stereotypes have shaped the occidental understanding of the orient and the global conceptualization of Iran.
Oratunga Winter School: Creating Out of Place
Four days of workshops, collaboration, creative development and critical reflection on art and Country
4-9th June 2017 Oratunga Cattle Station on the traditional lands of the Adnyamathanha people
Led by celebrated artist and theorist Professor Paul Carter (RMIT) and set in the historic Oratunga cattle station on the traditional lands of the Adnyam
Dear friends and colleagues,
Call for participants
ECR Training Day: Using Historical Matrices & Printing Surfaces in Research
Senate House, London, 1 December 2017
Deadline: 1 Sept 2017
Convenor: Elizabeth Savage, Institute of English Studies
Facilitators: Giles Bergel (Oxford) and Roger Gaskell (Roger Gaskell Rare Books)
The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States will hold its biennial conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 18-21, 2017.
Proposals are due to area chairs by May 15, 2017 (due date has been extended).
A full call for papers may be found at http://www.acsus.org/blog/updated-call-papers-acsus-24th-biennial-las-ve...
Of particular interest to some on this list may be the following areas (with co-chairs):
Call for papers
Israel in Audio-Visual Culture
Current research on civil wars and conflict increasingly turns to the inner structure and functioning of non-state armed groups, and their impact on aspects such as violent practice, internal cohesion and the dissolution of these groups during the conversion to peace.