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Freedom After Neoliberalism
9-10 June 2017
University of York, UK
Keynote speakers: Nikolas Rose (KCL), Paul Crosthwaite (Edinburgh), Jane Elliott (KCL)
The Mocombeian Foundation
Hope Outreach Productions (HOP)
The 1st Annual Symposium on Haitian History & Cultural Heritage
“Rethinking the Haitian Revolution and Haitian Intellectual History”
Saturday, May 27, 2017
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
African-American Research Library and Cultural Center
From The New York Academy of Medicine:
The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut in partnership with the Open Society Foundation (OSF) has launched the Project entitled: “Breaking the mold: Arab civil society actors and their quest to influence policy-making”.
Last available places for the 5-10 June 2017 Archival Studies Seminar: The seminar features visits to Rome’s Archivio Segreto Vaticano and the Archivio dell'Arciconfraternita di San Giovanni de’ Fiorentini, as well as special visits to Florentine archives including the Dominican archives of Santa Maria Novella and San Marco, and the Capponi family archive.
Chinese history is experiencing a ‘photographic turn’. Research about and making use of historical Chinese photography are fast-moving and rapidly expanding areas of interest for academics. At the same time, historical photography is increasingly being made available to a wide general audience in China and beyond, opening up new possibilities.
Please Note: Extended Deadline for Applications: May 15th 2017!
Contentious Claims - Negotiating Ownership in Law and Culture
7th International Osnabrueck Summer Institute on the Cultural Study of the Law
A public lecture with Ilya Yablokov (University of Leeds)
FHHS Article Prize
Send the article (PDF format) by June 30, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.