Welcome to H-Announce!
H-Announce is a moderated one-way distribution network for announcing events, upcoming conferences, calls for papers, calls for publication, programs, workshops, sources of funding, fellowships, and news from H-Net and its affiliates.
If you would like to submit an announcement, click "Post an Announcement" at the top of the page. If you do not have an account on the H-Net Commons, please visit http://networks.h-net.org/user/register to create an account and then log in and navigate back to H-Announce.
Once you have an account, you can subscribe to receive email notifications (individual or digest) by logging in and clicking "Subscribe to this network" at H-Announce.
Daily Publishing Schedule
Monday: Jobs & Reviews Digests; Funding; CFPs
Tuesday: Events; Opportunities for Advanced Studies
Wednesday: CFPs; Journals; Online Digital Resources
Thursday: Events; Opportunities for Advanced Studies
Friday: CFPs; Call for Volunteers
View Published Announcements: H-Announce Publishing Calendar.
Centre for African Studies, University of Mumbai
Gandhi-Mandela Centre for African Studies,
Observer Research Foundation (ORF), Mumbai.
Call for Papers:
“South-South Cooperation: India-Africa partnerships for food security and capacity building”
Subject areas: Agriculture, Food Security, African Studies, South Asian Studies
Conference dates: 12th-14th January 2018,
Artistic remembrance is an important part of the memorialization of the dictatorial past. This panel seeks to bring together scholars working on different types of artistic renderings of the past in South America in the aftermath of dictatorships. When dictatorships end, artists continue to discuss the past and question issues that are interesting for the organization of the memory of suffering. We invite proposals that analyze specific cases of artists, different types of political art, with a focus on visual arts.
Now available online and open access…
National Gallery of Canada Review
Volume 8, June 2017
NGCR 2017 focuses on the National Gallery of Canada’s unpublished archives of Robert Stacey. The issue includes a chronology of his life and career, a bibliography of his publications and exhibitions, and 9 previously unpublished works from the archives.
The 1920s and 30s witnessed the rise of an international proletarian movement in literature and the arts that sought to revise and revolutionize bourgeois art forms. Working in parallel to political parties and activities of various kinds, the writers associated with the proletarian movement often found themselves restrained by bourgeois art forms and reception models with their embedded notions of individualism and liberalism.