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Latest Announcements

Amendment: Open lecture and workshop on the interrelationship between politics and archtecture in Japan

Type: 
Lecture
Date: 
September 4, 2017
Location: 
Sweden
Subject Fields: 
Architecture and Architectural History, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Japanese History / Studies, Political Science

Open lecture and workshop on the interrelationship between politics and architecture in Japan

Stockholm, 4 and 5 September 2017

The School of Architecture and the School of Education and Communication for Engineering Science at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, have the pleasure to announce a lecture and a workshop on the interrelation between politics and architecture in Japan.

The Open lecture:

Date: Monday, 4 September

Time: 17.30-19.00

Register now for fall historic preservation classes!

Type: 
Workshop
Date: 
September 5, 2017 to November 16, 2017
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
Architecture and Architectural History, Archaeology, Historic Preservation, Public History, Urban Design and Planning

Have you always wanted to know more about the buildings in your community, or about how historic preservation can strengthen communities, enhance the quality of life, and promote heritage tourism and economic development? This fall, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) is offering two continuing education courses as part of its new certificate program in historic preservation. Take a single class or workshop or work toward a certificate! Anyone with an interest in historic preservation is welcome.

[Temple ICAS Event] A WHALE OF A TALE, lecture and screening by documentary filmmaker Megumi Sasaki

Type: 
Lecture
Date: 
September 14, 2017
Location: 
Japan
Subject Fields: 
Cultural History / Studies, Environmental History / Studies, Film and Film History, Japanese History / Studies, Social History / Studies

* Please note that the event will start at 7:00 PM, 30 minutes earlier than regular ICAS events.

A WHALE OF A TALE, lecture and screening by
documentary filmmaker Megumi Sasaki

LASA 2018 Panel CFP: Latin America in the Global South

Type: 
Conference
Date: 
September 7, 2017
Location: 
Spain
Subject Fields: 
Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies, Literature, Arabic History / Studies, African History / Studies, Asian History / Studies

This panel will explore Latin America’s cultural interactions within the southern hemisphere and the implications of “the global South” as a category for the study of the continent. Originally coined in the 70s, the geo-political term “global South” has been gaining traction in postcolonial and transnational studies for the last two decades. Avoiding teleological narratives of development, it provides new means of entry into globalization debates. In the Latin American context, the term offers new critical angles for the study of nontraditional cultural encounters (e.g.

Unclear Physics: Why Iraq and Libya Failed to Build Nuclear Weapons

Type: 
Lecture
Date: 
September 13, 2017
Location: 
District Of Columbia, United States
Subject Fields: 
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Military History, Political History / Studies, Political Science

Many authoritarian leaders want nuclear weapons, but few manage to acquire them. Autocrats seeking nuclear weapons fail in different ways and to varying degrees—Iraq almost managed it; Libya did not come close.
 

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