The H-Decol network provides a forum in which the end of European, American and Asian empires and the rise of independent nation-states, principally, but not exclusively, in the long twentieth century, can be understood holistically, across the boundaries drawn by particular bilateral metropole-colony relations. H-Decol explores the nexus of power, strategy and identity that carved overseas empires into the nation-states that make up the modern atlas. Above all, H-Decol seeks to encourage scholarly discussion and debate across academic disciplines on the course of imperial retrenchment, and the broader cultural, economic, political and ideological imprint left by decolonization on both the 'colonizer' and the 'colonized'.

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Black Britain Series: Borders, Deportation and Discrimination

The fifth and final session of a virtual speaker series on the theme “Black Britain,” organized by the program in British, Irish and Empire Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

"Borders, Deportation and Discrimination"
Monday, December 6, 2021
Noon Central Time (US and Canada), 6 p.m. GMT
via Zoom

Chair: Madeline Hsu, University of Texas at Austin

Presenters: 
Luke de Noronha, University College London
Andrew Thompson, Oxford University

CFP - Gender and World History

Dear colleagues,

From the editorial committee of Entremons: UPF Journal of World History, we invite you to send an original text, which we can publish in the next edition of our journal. We are looking for academic articles, as well as reviews of recently published books, which address the ways in which gender intersects with world history.

Suggested themes:

 The origin of gendered inequalities