H-Borderlands is dedicated to Comparative Borderlands Study, with some emphasis on the history, culture, politics, and contemporary affairs of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands within the context of comparative borderlands more broadly. The network will provide an interdisciplinary forum for scholars and those outside of academe to discuss issues pertinent to Borderlands Studies.

Recent Content

New Book: Managing Difference in Eastern-European Transnational Families

New Book: Managing Difference in Eastern-European Transnational Families

 Managing Difference in Eastern-European Transnational Families. Eds. Viorela Ducu and Aron Telegdi Csetri. Frankfurt am Main, New York, Ofxord: Peter Lang, 2016.

https://www.peterlang.com/view/product/78329?tab=toc&format=EPDF

CFP EXTENDED: Rutgers Global Affairs Conference on April 21, 2017

Annual Global Affairs Conference

“Dynamics of Global Inequality: New Thinking in Global Affairs”

                         Please note: we are extending the CFP abstract deadline to February 15.  Additionally, we are now accepting submissions from junior faculty members.

CFP EXTENDED: The Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association Conference, Aug. 3-5, 2017

The CFP deadline for the PCB-AHA Conference 2017 has been extended to February 15, 2017. The conference will be held at California State University, Northridge on August 3-5, 2017.

The Program Committee for the 2017 Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association (PCB–AHA) 110th annual meeting invites proposals for panels, papers, roundtables, and workshops that relate to the general theme, “Seeing History: Traces and Representations of the Past.”

Annual UTEP Borderlands History Conference: Shifting Borders: Gender, Family and Community

Register to attend!

Annual Borderlands History Conference

The University of Texas at El Paso

Shifting Borders: Gender, Family and Community

February 10-11, 2017, El Paso, Texas

Keynote Speaker Sonia Hernández presents

“A transnational feminist(s) network of women: From Tampico, to south Texas and beyond, 1900-1940."

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