The National Postal Museum sponsors three biennial prizes for scholarship on the history of the postal system in the United States and its territories, and their antecedents. These prizes –
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To mark the launch of the new MA in Global British Studies, Queen Mary,
University of London, is organising a one-day conference on 1919 as both a
global and a local moment of ferment. Drawing on the insights provided by the
most recent scholarship on modern Britain and within the fields of global and
new imperial history, Global British Studies challenges conventional narratives
in which change simply flowed from the imperial metropole to the periphery. It
takes aspects of British history, usually studied in isolation, and shows them in
Call For Papers
The 55th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, May 7–10, 2020
Bending the Knee: Proskynesis, Genuflection, and Bowing Rituals
in the Medieval World (Sessions I and II)
The Image Research Network: a conference and journal founded in 2011, exploring the nature and functions of images and image-making. Eleventh International Conference on The Image will be held at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia on date 9–10 September 2020.
CALL FOR PAPERS