Please join the Center for the Middle East and North Africa (CMENA) and the Legal Studies Program at UC Santa Cruz – over zoom – on Friday, October 14th, 12-1:30 pm PST to listen to and think with Professor Aslı Bâli of Yale Law School.
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Death in no way occurs in isolation. Whether it occurs in close proximity or is observed from a distance, it has an engulfing effect on the deceased, the bereaved, and the witnesses (who might not be bereaved). In this collection we are looking at how such experiences can be brought together to analyse their intricate elements, paving the way for the creation of new theories, conceptual frameworks, and research approaches.
Kingdoms of medieval Nubia were erased from memory until the discovery of the Faras Cathedral in the 1960s by a team of Polish archaeologists. Spanning the sixth through the thirteenth centuries, the remains of these Christian kingdoms in lower Egypt and Sudan demonstrate sophisticated artistic, political and religious structures and practices. Excavations in Nubia since then have revealed a lost tradition of Greek epigraphy, wall painting, and monumental architecture that feature traces of liturgical poetry, royal portraiture, and a wide array of sacred figures.
The Friends of New Jersey Heritage along with their co-hosts are pleased to present the 2023 New Jersey History and Historic Preservation Conference: FUN AND FURY to be held in June.
Help shape the 2023 conference! This year's conference will focus on two primary themes but are not limited to: Climate Change and Heritage Tourism. Proposals that emphasize diverse figures, events, and narratives are strongly encouraged.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: DECEMBER 31, 2021
The Immigration and Ethnic History Society presents two awards of $1,000 each to help graduate students with their dissertations on American immigration, emigration, or ethnic history, broadly defined. These awards are intended for students in the process of researching and writing their dissertations, and not for students completing and defending in 2023. For the 2023 award, the committee invites applications from any Ph.D. candidate who will have completed qualifying exams by 2022.
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