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Latest Announcements

Survey on Public Interest and Attitudes to Crime History

Type: 
Call for Volunteers
Date: 
September 20, 2018 to March 20, 2019
Location: 
New Brunswick, Australia
Subject Fields: 
Public History, Social Sciences, Social History / Studies, Law and Legal History, Popular Culture Studies

I am seeking participation in my survey on public interest and attitudes towards crime history. The survey is completely anonymous, and takes 5-10 minutes to complete.

All members of the public (as well as academics) are invited to participate. Any efforts that can be made to promote the survey across different countries via social media or emails to students/colleagues/family/friends are much appreciated.

The survey can be found here - https://criminalcharacters.com/survey/

 

 

Holy Wars and Sacred States: Religious Conflict, the State, and Sacred Power in Early Modern Europe

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
January 31, 2019
Location: 
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Early Modern History and Period Studies, Intellectual History, Political History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology, Social History / Studies

Holy Wars and Sacred States: Religious Conflict, the State, and Sacred Power in Early Modern Europe

Call for papers: Game of Thrones: Views from the Humanities

Type: 
Call for Papers
Location: 
Spain
Subject Fields: 
Contemporary History, Cultural History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies, European History / Studies, Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies

Call for papers: Game of Thrones: Views from the Humanities

The series of novels by G.R.R. Martin, A Song of Ice and Fire, adapted for the screen with the title Game of Thrones, has become a true mass phenomenon worldwide. The books are eagerly awaited by their fans, while the broadcast of the episodes of the series breaks ratings and HBO subscriptions, and any news about it is featured in the first page of newspapers worldwide. The episodes of the last season have become the most downloaded files on the Internet ever.

Technology and the (Post-)Human Condition

Type: 
Symposium
Date: 
December 3, 2018 to December 7, 2018
Location: 
India
Subject Fields: 
Cultural History / Studies, Digital Humanities, Environmental History / Studies, History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Philosophy

This workshop takes on the question of what the future of ‘human’ means, and the bridging of the (post-)humanistic condition with technological and economic advancement. While elaborating on technology as an object of politics, democracy and the public face of science, this workshop seeks to understand: what sort of entanglement of materials and histories occur ‘when species meet’? (c.f. Haraway); how does technologic intermediation occur and how does it define us? (c.f. Hayles); and what sort of agency is present in objects or ‘things’ (c.f. Barad)?

Economic and Political Studies Vol. 6 No. 3, 2018

Type: 
Online Digital Resources
Subject Fields: 
Chinese History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Economic History / Studies, Political History / Studies, Maritime History / Studies

Dear Colleagues,

 

Economic and Political Studies (EPS) dedicates its Volume 6 Number 3, 2018 to academic discussion on China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI, also known as OBOR). You may be interested in viewing the article abstracts as follows. Their fulltexts are available online at www.tandfonline.com/reps.

 

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