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Economics and Institutions in History
WORKSHOP IN ECONOMIC HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT
Researchers and Scholars are invited to submit articles in Hebrew dealing with women in the Jewish world from a variety of viewpoints and a range of fields of knowledge and research. Deadline for proposals 29 February 2016. Papers submitted after that date may be considered for publication in a future volume. Expected date of publication is Autumn 2016.
“Indian Oceanic Topographies, Contemporary Worlds, and Situated Practices”
South Asia by the Bay Graduate Student Conference at University of California, Davis, April 22 and 23, 2016.
Oral Narratives and the Politics of History Making
The Second International Oral History Conference, Oral History Division, Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of History. Ben Gurion UNiversity
December 6 – 8, 2016