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Conceptualizing Planetary Humanities

Type: 
Event
Date: 
June 24, 2021 to June 25, 2021
Subject Fields: 
Humanities

The way knowledge is produced, managed, applied and disseminated on a global scale today is damaging to the environment and to social relations, and is threatening to destroy the well-being of the vast majority of humans in the near future.

Metatextuality in Contemporary French Caribbean Fiction - 53rd NeMLA Convention

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 10, 2022 to March 13, 2022
Location: 
Maryland, United States
Subject Fields: 
French History / Studies, Literature, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies

Session "Metatextuality in Contemporary French Caribbean Fiction" at the 53rd Annual Convention of the Northeast Modern Language Association (March 10-13, Baltimore, MD)

Doing Chinese History (in a New Era) Summer Webinar Series

Type: 
Summer Program
Date: 
June 28, 2021 to August 12, 2021
Subject Fields: 
Asian History / Studies, Chinese History / Studies, Digital Humanities, East Asian History / Studies, Graduate Studies

Emily Baum (University of California, Irvine) and Denise Y. Ho (Yale University) present the second annual webinar series, Doing Chinese History (in a New Era). Designed for—but not exclusive to—graduate students and junior scholars in Chinese history and Chinese studies, these webinars aim to address persistent challenges in research and professional development. This summer's webinar series consists of three topics.

Webinar 1: “Pivoting to a New Research Topic,” Monday, June 28, 2021 - 4:30pm PDT / 7:30pm EDT 

NeMLA 2022 Panel Carework Temporalities in US Literature and Culture

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 30, 2021
Location: 
Maryland, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies, Popular Culture Studies, Literature, Labor History / Studies

Carework Temporalities in US Literature and Culture Panel for 53rd Annual Convention of the Northeast Modern Language Association (March 10-13, Baltimore, MD). 

Sacralization of History in (contemporary) Eastern Europe. Actors – Networks – Topics

Type: 
Workshop
Date: 
June 28, 2021
Location: 
Germany
Subject Fields: 
Eastern Europe History / Studies, Modern European History / Studies, Nationalism History / Studies, Political History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology

Joint Online Conference by Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe, Leibniz-Institute for European History, Catholic University Leuven, University of Amsterdam supported by the Leibniz Research Alliance Historical Authenticity

Historical memory is playing a central role, especially in Eastern European, in shaping national identities and legitimizing claims to leadership. Remarkably, history is currently not simply politized, but history is also being sacralized.