In order to engage and motivate diverse audiences, humanitarian actors have developed communicative practices that stimulate a wide range of sensory experiences. These have ranged from austerity lunches and sponsored fasts, to art exhibits and the production of craft products for sale; from protest songs and charity singles to the sensations of voluntourism.
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|Announcement Type||Title||Subject Fields||Deadline Date|
|Prize||Published in this last year? Submit your publication for MARAC's award.||Archival Science, Library and Information Science||June 30, 2015|
|Fellowship||Association of Black Women Historians’ 2015 Drusilla Dunjee Houston Memorial Scholarship Award - Deadline Extended||African American History / Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies||
July 1, 2015 to July 10, 2015
|Fellowship||The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. Travel Fellowships||Business History / Studies, Economic History / Studies||November 2, 2015|
|Fellowship||The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program||Business History / Studies, Economic History / Studies||September 15, 2015|
|Fellowship||Thomas K. McCraw Fellowship||Business History / Studies, Economic History / Studies, American History / Studies||September 15, 2015|
This 7-day seminar in digital humanities research methods is designed to expose a new generation of scholars in Cold War history and culture to methods of analysis and discovery involving computational techniques. Designed and run by NEP4DISSENT (New Exploratory Phase in Research on East European Cultures of Dissent, nep4dissent.eu), COST Action 16213, the inspiration for the course is built around the transfer of knowledge from technologists and data scientists to humanists.
The course is designed to familiarize participants with the increasingly influential, though still controversial thesis that thinking is a kind of experience, and that conceptual mental content is constituted by a proprietary, sui generis kind of non-sensory phenomenology. In addition to the familiar sensory kinds of experience – visual, auditory, olfactory, etc., there is, according to this view, a cognitive kind of phenomenology. Just as there is “something it’s like” to have visual, auditory, etc.
The Summer School will focus on the nexus between Romani identities and antigypsyism. Antigypsyism is a core concept of critical Romani studies, and can be used methodologically, analytically and theoretically as a way of understanding the position of Roma in Europe historically and in the present moment. A growing body of scholarship grounds our understanding of antigypsyism in the Europeanization of the Roma issue and neoliberal regime expansion following the fall of communism. Other scholars originate antigypsyism in the nation-state building process.