We invite you to the Playfair Library at the University of Edinburgh, 5-7pm on 12 October to celebrate the publication of the ground-breaking Cambridge Constitutional History of the United Kingdom. This is the first wide-ranging history of the British constitution to be published for more than 50 years. It shows the centrality of constitutional history to studying power, the state and society.
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The Gotha Research Centre of the University of Erfurt, the Francke Foundations in Halle and the Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel are for the first time awarding a three-month fellowship for 2024 to an excellent postdoctoral researcher from East Central Europe to work with their holdings. The international fellowship programme is open to all historically oriented disciplines. It supports projects that are geared towards researching the holdings of all three institutions, linking them and relating them to each other.
The International Meetings of the Middle Ages of Nájera is proposed as an international conference in the field of study and spread of Medieval History since its beginning in 2003, promoted by the City Council of Nájera and the Government of La Rioja.
The 20th edition of Najera’s Meetings is devoted to the theme: War and City in the Middle Ages: consequences, resilience and collective memory
The Global Sixties: An Interdisciplinary Journal is inviting submissions for a special thematic issue focusing on Global East-Global South relations during the "long sixties" (circa mid-1950s to mid-1970s), with an emphasis on women's and gender history.
The pandemic has propelled numerous museums into the digital realm, where they now offer virtual tours and online activities such as video distribution and webinars, granting remote audiences immediate access to museum collections. The implications of these digital initiatives for the future of art museums are significant. While enhancing accessibility, the need to maintain a balance between online availability and in-person visitation with interactive encounters is paramount.
The 1st International Transdisciplinary Martial Arts Conference in Taiwan
Martial Arts Project (MAP)
CEFC, Academia Sinica, Taipei
Department of Combat Sport and Martial Arts, Chinese Culture University, Taipei
22-25 May 2024
"Wu Tao in Taiwan"
Convergence and Mutation of Taiwanese Martial Arts: Diversity, Tradition and Modernity
NLP4DH 2023 & IWCLUL 2023
The Joint 3rd International Conference on Natural Language Processing for Digital Humanities and 8th International Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Uralic Languages will be held in Tokyo, Japan. The proceedings will be published in the ACL anthology. The workshop will take place on December 1-3 2023.
Submission deadline: October 1, 2023
Call for Papers of Special Section/Issue for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Guest edited by Björn Krondorfer and Christin Zühlke
Conference of the Center for Maghrib Studies at Arizona State University and the “Migrations, Mobilities, Cosmopolitanism” Chair at International University of Rabat (UIR), Morocco
The Conference will be held at the UIR in Rabat, May 23-25, 2024
Mehdi Alioua and Chouki El Hamel (organizers)
The Maghrib as a Social and Cultural Crossroads: Historicizing Maghribi Diversity and Identity
Agricultural History Society Call for Awards Nominations, 2023